2012 | Fact sheets
Family & Relationships Services Australia
For some, the anticipation of a new grandchild is pure excitement, they can hardly wait for the baby to arrive. This can be very reassuring for ‘first time’ parents who often ask their own parents for help and advice.
Despite the best of intentions, problems can arise between parents and grandparents when advice or child rearing practices conflict with the advice from health professionals and child development experts. Many grandparents are doing courses or reading parenting material to update their skills and knowledge to avoid such problems.
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