THANK YOU FOR VISITING MY BLOG & A GIVEAWAY

It seems like life just keeps presenting challenges and I decided to tackle a big one by starting this blog.  I am very computer illiterate and believe me, I have spent MANY hours, teaching myself things to this point.  I have not connected to social media on here yet (mostly because I do not know how) but will do so in the near future.  I woke my husband up one night just to celebrate that after hours of trying, I finally got my LINKS to work.

My vision for this blog is to  share information with other grand-    parents, post some recipes, and to have fun. 

I have a daughter that is a Speech Therapist and one that is a  Physical Therapy Assistant. They work in the school system, Birth to Three, and Easter Seals.  They are going to do some guest posts for me with information parents and grandparents can find very useful.  Another daughter is an Occupational Therapist, works in an assisted living facility, and will do guest posts  from another point of view from grandparents. 

I am giving away a $50 AMAZON gift card to celebrate this new  challenge.  

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 Please leave a comment telling me if you have any grandchildren yet and how many.    There will be a random drawing Thursday evening.   

38 thoughts on “THANK YOU FOR VISITING MY BLOG & A GIVEAWAY”

  1. What a great idea for a blog! I’m not a grandma yet, but made my mom one 5 times over. 🙂 Looking forward to following your blog!

    1. Thanks Tiffany. I had no idea you have 5 kids!!! Grand-parenting is a lot different than how it was years ago I think. So many scary things in the world for our children to face. I hear a lot of things from my young grandchildren.

  2. Pam , this was awesome! I loved it and thanks for all the ideas for my own girls and also your cookie recipe! Thanks again 🙂

    1. Thanks. It does not show much for how many hours I watched videos on how to do things!!! I will get better at it.

  3. No grandchildren here but I am an aunt to 16 nieces and nephews that I love spending time with. I love your new blog and I wish you the best of luck with it! I’ll be following along for sure 🙂

  4. Sadly, I have no grandchildren yet and no prospects in sight! Two of my girlfriends children are expecting their second and I’m green with envy! I am lucky to have two great-nieces and a great nephew that I can spoil!

    How did you decide on Grandma Honey, it’s so cute!

    1. Some of my grandkids started calling me this years ago and it has been passed along. It was a natural choice for a blog name but I see many other ones close to this on the web after I chose this.

  5. Hi Pam & everyone else!!

    Well I am SO proud to share that I have 2 amazing granddaughters!!
    I lost my husband, Jay, when he was only 56.
    Our Granddaughter #1 was on her way. ..
    He saw some ultrasounds before we lost him.
    I’m so thrilled that Tommy & SeanTre’ named her after him: Jay-Cee Lechae Modesitt got me through those awful days, & continues to fill my days with joy!! She’s 2 1/2 now.
    Princess #2, Or “P2”, sweet Baby Leighton Grace blessed us with her presence 6weeks ago. Her full head of dark brown hair surprised us all, since Jay-Cee was bald until she was 1 1/2!!
    Being a Grandparent is SO amazing!!
    Seeing this soft, gentle & loving side of my son makes me so proud!!

    1. Oh Rita, I think about Jay & your family so often. Still hard to believe. Very sad that he didn’t get to share in your beautiful grandchildren. I am excited to take on this venture because we are such an important part of the grandkids lives and I have so much love for my own grandparents that I feel I am honoring them too.

  6. Congratulations on your blog, Pam! No grandchildren yet, but my neighbor’s sweet children are my proxy grandkids. Love them!

    1. I bet they feel very lucky to have you for a proxy grandma. I don’t think you only have to be a blood relative to be a grandparent.

  7. What a great idea, loved reading it. I remember all that you said as if you still lived scross the Avenue from me. Love And still miss you.

    1. I miss our talks for sure. I think this is a good idea for a blog too and know I can have lots to say on the subject. Where to start!!!

  8. Loved reading your posts and will definitely be trying your sugar cookie recipe. Congrats on the new blog!!! No grandkids, it will be a long, long time.

  9. Good luck with your blog, Pam. I have 7 grown grandchildren, 3 girls, 4 boys and 5 great-grandsons, no great-granddaughters. The boys range in age from 1-8, two live locally, 1 in Arizona and 2 in Texas.

  10. Pam, you are just one of those wonderfully talented women who can excell at their endeavors! Congrats and will follow as a new grandma!

    1. What perfect ages to have fun with those little ones. Thank you for your nice comments,I am just learning this as I go so I need lots of improvement.

  11. Pam, I wish you the best of luck and fun with your blog. You sure have had lots of experience!
    I “inherited” 9 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren when I married my husband 5 years ago. I try to go to their things, like recitals, games, and plays. I think that is important.

    1. Thank you very much. You really inherited an instant family. I bet your holidays are wild too. That is really nice that you go the things they are involved in. I think we will have a lot of fun stories to share.

  12. No grandkids here yet – I’m too young. 🙂 I’m still busy making my parents grandparents. One day, I hope my boys will return the favor! 🙂

    1. What a cute response! I know,as a grandparent,we love it when our own children add more to the group. It gets a little more expensive for holidays but I like to keep a lot of family & sentimental moments in the gatherings so they get more than gifts too. Just enjoy the boys now because this time goes so fast. Thank you for checking out my blog.

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