I have dandled your sons and daughters, Roberta, and may I live to dandle theirs!
Before I die I'd love to dandle a child of yours upon my knee.
“My turn to dandle,” he said, with a sly look at his aunt, and convulsed everyone.
And you'd love to have little grandsons to dandle on your knee.
I trust Mrs. Terry will get her business easily over, and that you will soon "dandle Dickie on your knee."
Strange that it should undertake to dandle such delicate children in its arm.
"We little know what's in the mind of the babies we dandle in our arms," and went feebly out.
I used to dandle you when you were an infant—good gracious, what red hair you had, and—it hasn't changed, not at all!
It makes me laugh a little inwardly to see how they dandle their poetical babies, but I don't let them know it.
And if he had a little Harry dandle next Christmas, wouldn't he give him the first spoonful out of the marrow-bone!