President Jimmy Carter in 1978, proclaimed that National Grandparents Day would be celebrated every year on the first Sunday after Labor Day. Learn more at
GREAT THINGS ABOUT GRANDPARENTS
- They like to hold you in their laps.
- They don't get mad when you don't eat your vegetables.
- They boost your confidence!
- They like kids, and dogs, and cats!
- They really know how to tuck you in at night.
- They're not in such a hurry.
- They listen to funny music.
- They have the nicest-smelling houses!
- They always buy what you're selling.
- They don't mind when you make noise.
- They help with homework...They don't always know the answers, but they try.
- They never say "Hurry up".
- They give good presents for your birthday.
- They are grown-ups who have lots of time.
- They like going to the park...They don't go on the monkey bars, though.
- They think you're the smartest, cutest kid on earth.
- They give you money and never say it has to be saved.
- They like it when you sleep at their house.
- They understand you when you cry.
- They take you places in their RV.
- They know how to explain things to Mom and Dad.
- They show your picture to everyone!
- They never put you on hold when they get a call-waiting signal!
- They listen to what you say!
- They have some really neat weird old toys.
- They don't skip parts of a story or mind if it is the same story over again.
- They say they knew Mom and Dad when they were kids!
~~ Author Unknown ~~
Few can bring the warmth
We can find in their embrace,
And little more is needed to bring love
Than the smile on their face.
They've a supply of precious stories,
Yet they've time to wipe a tear,
Or give us reasons to make us laugh,
They grow more precious through the years.
I believe that God sent us Grandparents
As our legacy from above
To share the moments of our life
As extra measures of His love.
~~ Author Unknown ~~
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