A song for kids and grandchildren

Looking for a great song to share with your grandchildren? Try this song by Lee Ann Womack – I Hope You Dance! If your grandchild is a teen simply tell them, “I know this isn’t your type of music, but this song is beautiful and pay attention to the lyrics because the words in this song, is my message to you.”

A dozen kids means a dozen smiles

 

Hello and welcome to Dozenkids.com!

My blog, Dozen Kids; the place on the internet that I call home. I imagine you’re curious to know a bit more about the person behind the unique-named blog, so I’ll keep it brief.

I’m Elizabeth M. Hangar- a 53 year old mother and grandmother and wife. I am also a real estate agent and a former freelance writer doing my very best to fulfill my love of writing while
being a positive influence with my family and in my community. I have a dozen kids, grandchildren and step-children combined. Let me just say life is never dull. I am so grateful for all I have and as you will see, we have so many funny, happy, sad, scary moments to share. Feel free to share your moments and comment on ours. After all, knowledge makes the world go round.
So, yes, I am a step-mother, grandmother, wife and mother. Let me start by saying that I have 6 children. Two of those are biological kids from my first marriage, 1 is from my husband and I and 3 are my step-children from my husbands side but I raise them just like my own. So all in all I have 6 children and a husband, whom some might still classify as a child and that exactly what I love about him.
My oldest daughter, Liz brought us our first grandson January 2008 and then another grandson was born January 2010. My son, Ethan, blessed us two girl twins born on January 2011 and my son Cassius had one boy February of 2012 and another in April of 2013. Total sum of my kids and grandchildren equals my dozen kids.

You may imagine me as a wrinkly, gray-haired, hardly walking “grandma” but I am a long way for being immobile, walking in a walker and crocheting under a blanket on there front porch. I jog daily and eat healthy, I get excited for the family, I am engaged in all their activities. I would definitely say that I am a more interesting type of grandma. My thrive of helping other grandmothers break the stereotypical mold.