grandbaby

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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I also have a new grandbaby (4 months old) who lives close by and I relish the time I spend with him.
The victim's great grandmother Carrie Smith said, "You can see that my great grandbaby suffered in that van.
It is true for Common Core as well: Obama's kids will not suffer under Common Core, nor will the Bush children or the Clinton grandbaby.
She's seen how gentle he is and how his face lights up when a visitor for another juvenile boy lets Cristian hold her grandbaby.
Grandbaby Cakes: Modern Recipes, Vintage Charm, Soulful Memories is the debut cookbook from sensational food writer, Jocelyn Delk Adams.
He may even have obliged my dad by giving him a grandbaby sometime before his 70th birthday.
My grandbaby would wear something like that, so I'll wear it in honor of her.
I promise to text you pictures of your youngest grandbaby every week.
When your mother called and said you had to come stay here for the summer, I told him he'd have to sleep on the living room couch cause my grandbaby had to have her own room.
After rejoicing the birth of his new grandbaby earlier this year, Yahia Al Fakharani has a new cause for celebration.
Maybe it was having the new grandbaby, almost a circle-of-life thing," she said.