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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She plans to spoil her two children and her precious new grandbaby.
Bagby's parents, deprived of their only child, were forced to partner up with the woman who murdered their son if they wanted to see their own grandbaby.
I get invited to functions like a shower for their grandbaby to be born soon.
First, Darrin Lajoie, the husband of his older daughter, lost his banking job in a restructuring and was planning to move to Colorado - taking the Wittkops' first and only grandbaby with them.
Judy is the center of attention because she has brought photos of what Deb proudly dubs "our first grandbaby.
It's the only vehicle I have to transport my children and grandbaby.
Sometimes I can't even hold my grandbaby because I'm afraid of having a panic attack and dropping her.
Reeder's comment to his Care Advantage patient access coordinator, Meg Asher, "Help me get to see my great grandbaby.
Returning home Tuesday evenings, Oronsky was able to spend two days a week with the new grandbaby.
He celebrated his 55th wedding anniversary and spent time with his great grandbaby.