As the holidays are approaching we are excited to have time together with our married children and our grandchildren. Mothers-in-law and grandmothers can use this list for preparing for any extended family gathering for special occasions or holidays –including Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur, Sukkos…followed by Thanksgiving, Chanukah, Christmas and New Years – whatever Holiday you observe.
The 8 Things a Grandmother Needs to get before hosting her children for the Holidays:
1. Get Baby-Friendly: This doesn’t mean you have to cover up sockets, or put child locks on the cabinets – although that would be a nice idea. Getting yourself into a child-friendly mindset includes: Continue reading