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  • n. Plural form of grandkid.


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  • One option if you have several grandkids is to set up a single “pot” trust rather than individual trusts.

    Tax savers: Tax-wise gifts to grandkids

  • My sister's children were married by a married deacon friend, and he baptized the grandkids, too.

    The Third and the Fourth

  • It may be regional, but it does warm the heart, and I would rather call my grandkids little puka kids than zeroes, aughties or Oh's.


  • I have to say that, in this instance and in my opinion, his outburst was more stupid and politically incorrect than anything, more comparable to Howard Cossell's infamous 'monkey' gaffe (he called his grandkids monkeys) than a deliberate comparison. Main RSS Feed

  • At some point people want to be able to leave something to their kids and grandkids, which is why public officials typically decamp to the private sector and do lobbying work after their term in office.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Wrong Takeaway

  • Motivation is the key for weight loss success, and, for me, being able to keep pace with my grandkids is a powerful diet and exercise motivator.

    CSS: Shaping the New You

  • I personally think her grandkids were the real winners here overall.

    Rich Bitch: The legal battle over trust funds for pets

  • He lives alone and seeing his grandkids is a great gift to him too.

    Firedoglake » Sunday Talking Head Thread

  • If it's just to call the grandkids, don't go for a souped-up smart phone that can stream video.

    Fore, right!

  • Even though the recommended age for this toy is three years to seven years our grandkids are a little bit older than that but they still want to play with it.

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