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Being a grandmother is an expection for every mother,while every woman wants to be a mother,every mother wants to be a proud grandmother.
Meghan Markle’s mother, Doria Ragland, is not an exception to this , she is so elated to hold her first grandchild.
Her role in the life of the new born cannot be over emphasized hence she decided to prepare for the birth of the royal baby by signing up to £5,000 grandparenting classes,Yahoo Style UK has reported recently.
Meghan’s mother was with the royal couple when the birth of the new born was announced on Monday by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex as they enjoyed their first few hours as a new family at Frogmore Cottage.
Doria Ragland is expected to play very important role in the care giving aspect of the new Royal baby.
Prior to the birth of the baby, the 62 year old momager was said to have been keen to prep for grandparenting duties, with reports suggesting she had taken classes at Los Angeles-based Cradle Company.
And now the owner of the company, has opened up about the very important duties grandparents can play in the weeks and months following a new baby’s birth.
According to Brandi Jordan
“Some mothers want to forge their own path, and don’t want grandmother to take a strong role in their parenting philosophy; others find strength in grandma and lean on her to encourage, nurture and help them,”
“We feel grandmothers have a lot of value to offer to new mothers, and we don’t discount the wisdom they have,” she added.
She said times and information always change,and even though grand parents have abundance of wisdom and experience,they still have to be equipped with more modern and latest information,and taking a parenting class is a very beneficial way to add to their reservoir of knowledge.
“Things have changed since they had their kids, so we bring them up-to-date, “For example, we tell them about products that weren’t on the market 30 or 40 years ago.”
But she also said it useful to create a partnership between mother and grandmother where shared advice can benefit everyone.
“Those old-school remedies, such as massaging a baby’s colicky stomach with olive oil, and traditional ways of treating coughs and colds, can still be helpful,” she concluded.