Words of Wisdom

September 08, 2018

Words of Wisdom

To celebrate Grandparents' day here are some words of wisdom from grandparents (who have been there) for the next generation of parents. 

Robyn McArthur from The Baby Pantry with three of her four grandsons, Ollie, Lincoln and Finn. 

Words of Wisdom

"Don't worry about having stuff, it just collects dust and breaks when there is an earthquake - have experiences and collect wonderful memories you can hold onto forever".

 

Sharon McDonald from The Baby Pantry with her granddaughter, Mikayla.

Words of Wisdom

“My father always used to say to us, spend more time, not more money on your kids”.

Great Nana Shirley Bowie with her newest great grandson Frankie.

Words of Wisdom

“Be good to your mother”. 

 

Belinda Matene, proud mother of 5 children and grandmother of 5.

Words of Wisdom

"Trust your instincts - I was given a lot of advice from all over but at the end of the day, if you trust your instincts and know you’re doing the best by your child, that's all that matters”.

 

David Rhodes celebrating with his grandchildren, Charlotte and Tom.
Words of Wisdom
"The happiest birthdays are when your grandies help blow out the candles with you – enjoy the precious times"




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