3 GENERATIONS, 1 ROOF PART II: HOW TO LIVE WITH YOUR KIDS AND GRANDKIDS

Some people live in multigenerational households out of necessity. Others do it by design. Some situations are long-term. Others are temporary. Countless practical reasons account for the growing trend — economics, health issues, divorce, childcare needs, relocation, renovation. For Shelley and her partner, Linda; their children, Owen, 9, and Charlie, 6; and Linda’s parents, Tom and Elizabeth, all of whom now share Tom and Elizabeth’s Washington, D.C. home, the decision to live communally was based, along with some practical considerations, on the belief that regular exposure to different generations, talents, and interests — and abundant love — is good for everyone.

Read more: http://www.grandparents.com/

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One Response to 3 GENERATIONS, 1 ROOF PART II: HOW TO LIVE WITH YOUR KIDS AND GRANDKIDS

  1. Teresa says:

    Hello from Kentucky!
    I enjoy your blog, your writing and your thoughts. It’s so nice to find you! I know many of the people on your Blogroll and some of the folks commenting here. I hope you will add NanaHood to your Blogroll and will gladly ad your site to mine if you would like.

    I read your article about multi-generational homes with much interest. I have blogged about this recently several times.

    Blessings to you and keep on writing!
    Teresa

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