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Started by looneylane, June 30, 2023, 08:44:35 PM

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Many of you know I have two grandkids the oldest is 16 and the little guy is 4. He is Autistic and has communication issues at times. I love this little guy so much it has taken a lot of work but he has worked his way to being able to communicate very well. We went to watch him a few days ago as mom is working days and dad works nights this week it was a blast and we really had good quality time though he was mad because poppa ha d to go out for a bit. As soon as I got back he grabbed my hand and took me to the couch to sit with him I guess he was very unhappy I left but still behaved himself. My wife had to drop our granddaughter off and he rushed to the door asking "where Poppa?" but I had to work so he was sad but gave Grandma extra hugs. Being a dad and Grampa makes the pain feel not so overwhelming for awhile.


Times are tough when "Happy Hour" is your nap.
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Yeah. Some days it's all you can do to breathe until the grandkids arrive. Somehow, they just give us a little extra energy... kind of a grandkid infusion. They are totally worth the exhaustion that follows.  :blue thumbs up:
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