Or does this guy just not know how great-grandparents work?
We enthusiastically set about filling in the family tree in my newborn's baby book, and were confronted with this:
You don't have to be a genealogist to be annoyed by this, right?
Luckily, I can print out a full-fledged pedigree chart from Family Tree Maker and stick it in the baby book, to make up for these oversights, but I understand that among the general population, almost everyone has 16 great-great-grandparents, and almost no one has genealogy software. Where does Joe Notagenealogist put his kid's other 12 great-great-grandparents?