Website Owner: Diann Wehmeyer Tooley - All contents of this website are generously shared to all who visit.
Our Grand Children
Rick and I have 5 grand children.
Nikolas is our oldest grandson b. 1992
Samantha our granddaughter b. 1996
Cade is grandson number 2 b. 2001
Cameron is grandson number 3 b. 2003
Kylie granddaughter b. 2008
I have designed web pages for my grandchildren. Click on their name above to view their page.
The relationship between a grandparent and a grandchild can be one of great joy and importance for both grandparent and grandchild.
What a Bargain Grandchildren Are!
I give them my loose change, and they give me a million dollars' worth of pleasure.
My grandkids believe I'm the oldest thing in the world. And after two or three hours with them, I believe it, too.
An hour with your grandchildren can make you feel young again. Anything longer than that, and you start to age quickly.
It is not much different being a grandparent compared to being a parent. You may spoil your grandchildren more than you did your own children. Our grandchildren are a lot of fun. We cannot get enough of their love and hugs. We know this will never end. They look as forward to seeing us as we do them.
A grandchild is so special
Grandparents are similar to a piece of string - handy to have around and easily wrapped around the fingers of their grandchildren.
Grandma Diann loves the computer. She spends a lot of her time researching, creating and emailing.
Grandmother-grandchild relationships are simple. Grandmas are short on criticism and long on love.
Grandmas are moms with lots of frosting.
Our grandkids often call us Grandmammy and Grandpappy, something Grandpa Rick started. With the many grandparents Nikolas and Samantha have, they have special nicknames for their grandparents.
Grandparent's are like a second mother and father. They are a friend, a protector and someone you can confide in. It is important to maintain the same rules and discipline that parents have. Whether a grandparent agrees or not!!!
© Jalina J. Blumberg
A piece of glass on a family portrait always cracked but never completely shattered.
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