I lived in a typical Scottish 4 in a block many years ago. The noise from upstairs was horrendous. I could hear the sewing machine, the food mixer and when she mashed potatoes. I could hear her turning over in bed as the mattress squeaked. If i was in the bathroom same time as her and she was having a wee, it sounded like rain on a tin roof and The noise her little one made when running wild was like the riverdance troupe performing on stage and i am not exaggerating . It is hell on earth living underneath running children. I would imagine the poor woman sits there every day dreading your Grandchildren visiting, maybe she would like her evening meal in peace now and then. Your Grandson is now 3 and is more than old enough to know that he should only be running and jumping outside. What age do you think he should be before learning rules ? If he was at Pre-school he would be expected to follow the rules. Don't be the "nightmare neighbour next door"
Favourite cake? What is yours?
Innocent question has left me depressed
More limericks with very strict rules and I'm standing by with a metre stick ;)