Forming the Bond
Welcome back to “That Very Special Relationship,” my series of blog posts exploring the relationship between a grandmother and
her grandchild. One of my readers recently wrote in:
I love your blog! Here's my question: It seems like my grandson Josh is always busy playing video games! He just doesn't seem interested in me. What can I do to form a closer relationship with him?
Hi, Jenny! Thank you for your question! Kids sure do love their video games. Well, it may seem like you just can't compete, but guess what? You've already
won! You are Josh's grandmother!
I remember when Jane was a little girl. She was always so interested in sports. My buy cialis mother hardly knew what to do with this little tomboy! So they started with jump rope. (Jane did love to jump … She became a star in track and field in high school.) Well, they had a ball and were out on the sidewalk playing until dark. Then, the next time, my mother started teaching Jane how to play chess (my mother had learned how to play from her grandfather). Before we knew it, Jane didn't want to jump rope or watch sports, she just wanted to play chess with Grandma!