Let’s face it: grandparents of today are different. No longer is “Grandma” only thought of as an elderly woman knitting sweaters in her rocking chair while cookies bake in the oven. Similarly, “Grandpa” provokes more than the image of a grumpy old man reading the newspaper in his favorite recliner. Modern-day grandparents are not only living longer and healthier, but they are also remaining more active, learning new technologies and celebrating their ‘second lives.’
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