Do you suppose that you are the only grandparent in the land?
Some will be blue like the parents, some black like one grandparent, some white like the other grandparent.
The child was not improbably an orphan, seeing that he was in the care of a grandparent.
"But I should like to have Joy stay with us," said Helen, the youngest, to her grandparent.
It even happens that a child resembles an uncle or a grandparent more nearly than either parent.
"I cannot think of anything terrible enough, Willie," replied the grandparent.
Then the grandparent used to tell the man's wife or child to say so and so to the man.
The eighteenth century, immediate parent of the nineteenth, grandparent of the twentieth, occupies the stage.
When the boy came in sight of the cabin he beheld his grandparent seated in the doorway absorbed, apparently in deep reflection.
But our grandparent was puzzled, for she knew with whom she had to deal, and of course saw that money would do nothing.