"I should have had my grandchildren right after college and before my kids got in the way," writes Bryna Nelson Paston, and grandparents everywhere who have ever been frustrated by their kids' rules will understand what she means. Paston counters with rules for grandparents. Most are tongue-in-check, but they do touch on conflicts that can become serious, if parents and grandparents lose their sense of humor. But that is something Paston is trying hard to prevent. How to Be the Perfect Grandma is one part laughter and one part serious advice. It's hard to know which one grandparents need most. Printed in USA.
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