How to keep that special bond alive, even when you are miles apart.
In this day and age it is not unusual to find families living far away from each other. It can be a challenge to all or some members of the family, however with a little thought it does not have to mean the breakdown of family ties. One of the most important bonds in a child’s life can be that with a grandparent. This bond is often particularly defined by the time spent caring and sharing. Perhaps something that isn’t so obviously on tap, in a long distance relationship, but you don’t have to live around the corner to nurture the grandparent/grandchild connection.
If you are the grandparent who has a child living abroad, or perhaps you are the one who has flown to a sunnier climate for your retirement, there are several things you could do to help you become a real part of your grandchild’s life
Tips for keeping in touch with your grandchildren: