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What I Hope My Grandchildren Will Never Know

What kind of world are we leaving them?

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I have to confess that I can’t wait to be a Grandma. No pressure on my kids, of course, but I’m hoping I can help take care of their little ones. I’d let their babies sleep on my chest for hours. When they got older I’d get down on the floor and play with them (if I’m able). I’d make myself available to help as much as my…




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Glenna Gill

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