I had four grandparents, most people do, but there are variations.
They were each the eldest child in their family, that's pretty rare, no?
I had three living grandparents when I was born, and one great-grandparent.
My son had four great-grandparents when he was born, that's pretty good going, huh?
My daughter had two.
I'll cherish the four generation photos we were able to take at their Christenings.
I got all the way to 36 with my three grandparents.
And then at 41, almost 42, I lost my last living grandparent.
I was the first grandchild on both sides, that's special to me.
Now I have no grandparents, does that mean I'm no longer a grandchild?