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Grand-Parenting Time

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Sunset in Lloydminster, AB – October 2012

I am getting a “pepère” [grandpa] time out as Grandma watches some “Treehouse” children’s programs with our youngest grandson. It’s time for his nap [which I don’t think is going to happen] as he has had a busy morning playing. He begins his day saying “play Père?” which of course guarantees that I drop everything and begin playing whatever is on his mind at that moment. Grandma is relegated to the background for much of the day, but not ignored. When it is time for a nap, or for lunch or for cuddles, he’s off like a bullet in search of grandma. We have been blessed with having our grandson with us for four days while the parents get to enjoy some “away” time so that they can be with each other, fully.


Written by Robert G. Longpré

October 18, 2012 at 8:21 pm

Posted in Jungian Psychology

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