Many people have fond memories of visits to grandma and grandpa’s house. They were always glad to see you and there would be stories, games, good cheer, and almost invariably, treats. If your grandma doted on you, as most grandmothers do, you’d arrive to the smell of freshly baked cookies, brownies, or cakes. Perhaps there was a special meal she cooked and try as your parents might, only grandma could get it just right. Aside from all that, there was probably also a lot of fun to be had. At the grandparents’ house, some of the normal rules you had to live by got cast by the wayside. Not only could you eat more cookies than usual, but you could get away with much else, besides. Parents say “no” and grandparents say “yes,” as the expression goes.
Not only do children have a great time when visiting the grandparents, but grand-pets do, too. If a dog is coming over, you can bet grandma has some dog biscuits ready or maybe a bone. On a really good day, there might be steak! And there’s always going to be a comfy spot to curl up for a nap.
Samantha Magowan has a fluffy gray and white lapdog named Georgia who loves trips to grandma’s house. Samantha’s friends didn’t believe her when she described how Georgia goes bonkers whenever she hears the word “nana,” so she decided to provide some evidence. In the cute little video we’ve posted below, you’ll see Georgia sitting in the car, eager for whatever adventure is in store. As soon as Samantha says, “nana,” well, you’ll have to see for yourself.
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