Representing children at their grandparents
By Lauren Grant
8 Dec 2013
Children love getting to their Grandparents house, simply because they know that they will get away with anything. They love getting stuck in and being a type of copycat of their Grandparents and what they do, as one learns to knit the others watch on but soon get bored and resort to colouring in, the two girls change rooms to get peace and quiet from everyone else until Granda comes along and has a 'craic' with them and gets them talked into helping him dig up potatoes on his vegetable patch. When they arrive out one of them asks 'What needs done Granda'. When they see their Grandfather using the 'grape' they decide that they need to do the same, one of them starts and then decides that the other one needs supervised. As children do they soon get bored again and decide its time to run off and play.