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Gift Ideas for Grandparents Day

Grandparents are the backbones of the family, without them life as we know it wouldn’t be the same. We all can remember as kids the special occasions when our grandparents would surprise us with gifts that they had hidden away in their closets. Upon every visit to their house was filled with random adventures, funny stories of how things “were back in the day” and handfuls of candy. Grandmas and grandpas are always remembered for their ability to tell stories.

Although stories last forever memories don’t. And let’s face it, grandparents are the best storytellers so why not document all these amazing stories. StoryWorth is a company that creates a beautiful keepsake book. StoryWorth makes it easy for family members to share stories with loved ones with weekly emailed story prompts which includes questions you’ve never thought to ask. Grandparents can choose to write or record their answers which is sent to you. At the end of the year these stories can be bond into a beautiful hardbookcover book. You can celebrate grandparent’s day on Sept. 11 by buying StoryWorth for a flat price of $79.

An important part of grandparents day is to spend time together. You could also go through old photo albums and old keepsakes. You might learn a thing or two from them or even take a trip down memory lane. Some treasures you might find include old photos, clothes, toys and photographs.

Crafts are another great gift kids can make. A trip to your local dollar store and you could get tons of crafts that can be showcased on fridges.

No matter what you decide to do for grandparents day make sure to treasure and honor them. So what are you waiting for? Tomorrow is grandparents day!

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