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It’s a wonderful online forum for advice and discussion and now there’s a book as well: The New Granny’s Survival Guide, with a foreword by Janet Ellis – presenter of Blue Peter in the Eighties and now granny to three boys (she should get a Blue Peter badge herself for all the hours she entertained my children back then).Gransnet chose her because she defies the stereotype of grandmothers – cardie, glasses, grey hair – and reminds us that grans come in all shapes and sizes from 35 to 90.
She did the first ever blog for Gransnet when the website started up.
In the time we’re together, Hancock talks a lot of sense on a giddying range of subjects – including love, loss, motherhood, money, sex (‘how unseemly at my age’) – even if she concludes almost every observation by saying, ‘But what do I know?
’ or ‘Of course, I’m no expert.’She points out several times that she hasn’t been to university, and seems to think a ‘proper education’ would enable her to express herself more eloquently.
The book itself adopts an admirably light touch as it guides us through the potential minefield that is modern grannying. ''That’s really dangerous, Mum,’’ my daughter told me when I suggested her firstborn might sleep better on her front. Cases of sudden infant death have been significantly reduced, according to the Granny’s Guide, by laying the baby on its back, feet at the bottom of the cot, head uncovered.
Lots of humour and real-life contributions from Gransnetters and, thank goodness, no lecturing. I trained as a nurse at Great Ormond Street in the Sixties; back then, babies were always laid on their tummies to sleep. “Go with the modern flow,” the Granny’s Guide tells me, as this will “reduce arguments” and because “not everything we used to do was perfect – hard as it is to believe”. I phone Janet Ellis – she has one of those warm, gorgeous voices that bubbles away – and ask her about how she felt about being a gran.
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It’s upsetting that my audience doesn’t always find them as gripping as I do.