I envy you that you, at least, get to see your grandchild. I would tell them that teachers complain about their kids parents and grandparents not taking an interest in their school functions. They should be happy that you want to do something at all. Cutting you out is not acceptable for you or the kids well-being.
I only say this because I have also, been cut-out of my little grandchilds life. My daughter passed away five years ago from an asthma attack and her little girl was only three at the time. Now, she is 8 yrs old and I have not been allowed to see her or talk to her over the phone because her grandfather who I divorced over 20 years ago, is her guardian and is alienating her from my side of the family. I send her gifts and was able to wish her Happy Birthday over the phone at her school one day til her Papa found out and put a stop to it at her Elementary School. I don't know how she is doing in school or if she even remembers her Grandma. There should be a law against keeping children from communicating with their grandparents...
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January 1, 2009
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