Recent Examples of grandchild from the Web
By 2014, the year after Beau’s brain-cancer diagnosis, the gathering had grown to include our three children—Beau, Hunter, and Ashley—their spouses, and our five grandchildren.
In retirement, Richards remained busy with grandchildren, tennis and flying his two planes.
With frequent visits from children and grandchildren, the nest is rarely empty now.
The twins, both retired, were active, warm and wonderful wives and mothers who enjoyed spending time with their grandchildren, Skripsky says.
In much of the West, the cultural life script is something like: go to school, move out of your parents’ house, get one or more college degrees, find a job, fall in love, get married, buy a house, have kids, retire, have grandchildren, die.
Sofia, Melanie, Amanda, and August von Trapp are the great-grandchildren of yes, those von Trapps, a.k.a.
Then Arkansas, Oklahoma, and finally Colorado on Aug. 26 for a weeklong visit with his grandchildren.
In addition to Elise, Riepenhoff is survived by their three sons, Rob, John and Joe, two daughters-in-law and six grandchildren.
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