One grandmother and her husband intentionally try to make the most out of their time with their grandkids. Caring grandparents are a benefit to the kids’ parents simply through their involvement, but this couple took it further.
They began scheduling cousins’ weekends at their house – no parents allowed. Of course, depending on how many cousins there are, this could get rather involved.
But this is a great way to not only make a difference in the grandkids’ lives, but also invest in healthy marriages of the parents. As I’m sure you might guess, their grown children deeply appreciate those weekends.
I encourage you to take the initiative and pick a day or a weekend. Your children and their spouses probably don’t get away together as often as they should.
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This is Ken Canfield for Grands Matter.