grandbaby

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grand·ba·by

 (grănd′bā′bē, grăn′-)
n. pl. grand·ba·bies Informal
A grandchild.

grandbaby

(ˈɡrændˌbeɪbɪ)
n, pl -bies
a grandchild who is an infant
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My two sons, the girlfriends and two grandbabies moved out a few months ago.
Her life is happiest when involved in music, teaching children to enjoy and appreciate the many facets of this art form and doting on her grandbabies.
She has daughters and I have sons, and we've always joked that they should get married, so we can finally be connected not only through spirit but through the blood of our future grandbabies.
Greetings to all us grandmothers, we band of lovesick indulgers whose ability to say 'no' seems to be disabled the day our grandbabies are born.
She stayed alive so much longer than her prognosis that the couple wondered if they wouldn't be one day rocking grandbabies on their front porch.
The Johnson family continues to grow, as I now also have three grandbabies as well
After she retires Debra plans to first, sleep in, visit her grandbabies, children, dad, brother and sister, and long time friends.
I have several clients with new grandbabies, and I get to see a lot of pictures.
It's a time to catch up on family with stories of hunting, fishing, new grandbabies, and recent weddings," says Donna.
Goodnight and God bless to the wonderful, beautiful and courageous Jules, we will miss you always and be there for your lovely Sharyn and David and your beautiful grandbabies.
I have four grandbabies, and I don't want them to have cancer.
Some of my grandbabies raised by their grannies on their mamas' side.