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Life Lesson I've Learned Being a Step-Grandparent

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The role of step-grandparent is similar, but not identical, to that of a biological grandparent. In this little booklet, the author shares how she's been able to stay on good terms with her step-grandchildren and their parents while enjoying her role of step-grandmother to six children.
Kindle Edition, 9 pages
Published September 19th 2013 by Linda Moore Kurth
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Denise Weldon-siviy
Jul 06, 2015 Denise Weldon-siviy rated it liked it
Ok...not sure why she included recipes

This is a nice short essay of observations about dealing with step-grands.

I have no idea why she threw in a fondue recipe at the end...
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My friends call me a “Renaissance woman” because I’ve practiced so many arts and disciplines. I like to say I’m a Jill of all trades and a mistress of some. I’ve been a waitress, a cannery worker, an art teacher, a school librarian, a weaver, a seamstress, the creator of the Elfery and the Elf Toy-of-the-Month, a toy business owner, a singer, and an interior designer to name a few. This background ...more
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