How Old Should a Grandma Be?

How Old Should a Grandma Be?

According to research, the average American becomes a grandparent in their 50s. According to a recent AARP study, 95% of participants had at least one grandchild before the age of 65. Many couples nowadays become parents in their late 30s, so the age of first-time grandparents is steadily growing. Regardless of their age, most grandparents in western cultures are much more open-minded and supportive of their grandkid’s life choices.


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