Recent Examples of grandparent from the Web
John Moaney, who stayed with her grandparents until the end of their life.
USA Today, the otherwise mild, uncontroversial newspaper of choice for grandparents and large hotel chains, has taken a strong, unambiguous stand against President Trump.
Her parents, sister Carley, 12, grandparents and others helped the effort.
Owner Hande Buyuksahin said business has been buoyed by young families, grandparents and the local community that gathers for events, like the recent pop-up ice skating rink by the MAX station.
Generations United estimates there are about 2.6 million American children being raised by grandparents or relatives.
It's been a hard day for families, children, grandparents and the images speak for themselves.
The first week, featuring grandparent and grandchild teams, will showcase the holidays at Walt Disney World.
The government initially declined to include grandparents and other extended family members as meeting that standard, as well as refugees with formal assurances.
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