It's my mom's birthday today! Happy birthday, Mom!
I am so blessed to have a wonderful mom. Sadly, I know that not everyone has a good relationship with their mother, and it makes me even more grateful. Not only is my mother a wonderful parent, she is also a wonderful grandparent.
When Tyler was alive, my mom helped him (and our entire family) in too many ways to list. She was a source of support, encouragement, and information. As a second grade teacher, she had a lot of experience with little ones, in addition to her own three children.
Are you the grandparent of a child with visual impairments?
What kind of support do you provide to your grandchildren? Do you feel that you are learning enough to be able to do all of the things you want to share with your grandchild? Are there questions you have about visual impairment that you'd like answered?
As a grandparent, your role is so important. I know Tyler benefitted tremendously from his relationship with my mom (and his other grandparents too!).
If I can answer any questions, or provide any information, please email me at BrendaRamsey@familyfirstbraille. I started this business to help families, and I would be pleased to assist you.
I'm the owner of Family First Braille, the author of this blog, and the editor of Family First Braille Magazine.