Did you know that Grandparent's Day is Sunday, September 13? Well, now you do, and if you don't have a gift in the mail, don't worry. Grandparents.com has a quick yet heartwarming solution: record a greeting, a story (perhaps self-written?), a song, or what-you-will via phone, then send it on to the grandparents' email address. Unlike phone calls, these greetings may be downloaded and/or listened to over and over. It's as easy as 1-2-3:
Tonight, our little gal, age 6, recorded a little "I love you" greeting to her Nana and Popo. Within less than a minute, the greeting was emailed to Nana and Popo and downloaded to my computer for safe-keeping. You can listen into her message, here:
Do you want to record a greeting for Grandparent's Day? You still have plenty of time! Click on the Record Now button (or here), for full instructions on recording your message:
While you're there, you may want to share Grandparents.com with your parents or grandparents. The site is full of resources for grandparents who want to reach out to their grandkids. Maybe you'll receive a recorded greeting in return!
Happy Grandparent's Day!
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