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A Word for Grandparents Who Move to Be Near Their Grandkids

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A Minnesota couple thinks there should be a word in the English language for the act of grandparents who relocate to the town where their grandchildren live, specifically to be near the little ones. They propose the word grandate. This is part of a complete episode.

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