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  1. What a great post. I’m a stay at home mum but I am still immensely grateful to both sets of grandparents. They have helped me when I’ve been ill, they’ve looked after the children so hubby and I could have a night away occasionally, they’ve been a constant support whenever I have needed them. I feel incredibly lucky to live within 10 min of both sets. My children love being able to spend time with them and get so excited when we mention going to their house or them coming to us and my son is always asking for sleepovers. It’s something I feel I missed out on after we moved away from my extended family at the age of 6 so a close relationship with their grandparents was always an important thing for me. I also notice that the majority of the adults at my local toddler group are actually grandparents helping out with childcare. They really do do an amazing job x
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  2. My inlaws are going to be my childminder, however my MIL isn’t too well so I’m trying to work from home as much as I can and if not I’ll have to pay extortionate amounts to give her a rest. Grandparents are amazing when so supportive! We’re very lucky
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  3. Aw, grandparents are the best aren’t they. My parents both work so sadly can’t take care of our little ones but they do almost anything to help me out whenever they possibly can and often have my eldest after work for a few hours so I can get a break. Don’t know what we’d do without them! Thanks for linking up to #MarvMondays. Kaye xo

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