Welcome to the Holidays

The rewards of making holidays grandchild-oriented are personal and rich — for both grandchildren and their grandparents. In the rush to get things done, however, relaxed and simple opportunities for memory-making can be missed. If this sounds like a portrait of your family, you might try to change to simpler, more heartfelt rituals. Trust us. Taking the time during the holidays to get on all fours with your grandbaby or to get as frosting-covered as the gingerbread with your preschooler grandchild will give you the warmest, most meaningful memories of all.

This holiday issue features gentle tips from families worldwide and stockings full of terrific holiday activity ideas.

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