Retire in Mexico: Staying in Touch with Grandchilren

When you retire in Mexico — if you have children who have children — you have to think about how you will stay in touch with your grandchildren.

I was so pleased to see this topic in an article on a recent edition of expat exchange. It’s something that our family has dealt with from the flip side and I’ve often wanted to write something for my readers about it. It’s one aspect of retiring in Mexico that I wasn’t sure I wanted to endorse. When you retire in Mexico, you move far, far away from your family and friends. This can make it hard to be an active grandparent since children–especially the little ones, change so quickly. It is fun to have people visit you, though, and Mexico makes a great destination for family and friends.

Here’s that article:

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