I don’t have grandchildren (yet).
I am looking ahead to that time in my life when and if it comes.
I am not daydreaming about buying cute outfits, stocking up on Christmas gifts, or even collecting classic storybooks for any grandchildren.
What I am doing is my research and what I’m discovering doesn’t always come with a storybook ending.
When I raised my children, I didn’t know how many choices I had. I didn’t know how much responsibility I had to educate myself to better care for them.
I just listened to the experts and thought that anyone who questioned the ‘norm’ was simply a crunchy mom with too much time on her hands.
Now, I know better and I plan to do better. For them.
I now know there are choices. We do have choices.
I’m doing my research; I’m keeping my eyes open.
Keep the Faith. Ask questions. Trust your instincts.
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Take a look… then look a little closer.