When you move overseas you inevitably leave family behind. That, more often than not, includes separating your children from their grandparents with more miles than you’d like. However, living in different countries doesn’t mean your children won’t get to build a good, loving, healthy relationship with their grandparents. It’s more about effort than it is about distance.
It’s the topic of my post over on The Good Men Project called Grandparenting Across the Miles.
Head on over and share your tips for keeping a long distance relationship strong – either here on the blog or on The Good Men Project.
“We have learned that geography is not the deciding factor as to whether or not family ties are strong. Simply put, it comes down to wanting to be a grandparent.”