A Visit to Grandma and Grandpa
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A Visit to Grandma and Grandpa

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Grandpa Ernest visits Eze and his twin sister Ebele in Lagos. He has an eye operation, and even though Eze wants to help by putting eye drops in Grandpa’s eye, he is not allowed to. Ebele entertains Grandpa with her ballet dance and exercise moves. The twins enjoy the stories Grandpa tells them about their mummy’s childhood. Mummy wasn’t always good when she was a little girl. Like them, she had her naughty days too. Grandpa travels home after recovering a bit from his operation, and the twins miss him very much. An opportunity comes for Eze and Ebele to visit Grandpa in the village with their parents. They are excited and happy that they will see Grandpa and Grandma again. They love the experience of travelling by air to another state in Nigeria. They enjoy the sights and sounds of the trip. Eze and Ebele enjoy eating Grandma’s food. They think her food tastes better than their mummy’s cooking, but Mummy doesn’t mind them saying so.

Grandpa Ernest visits Eze and his twin sister Ebele in Lagos. He has an eye operation, and even though Eze wants to help by putting eye drops in Grandpa’s eye, he is not allowed to. Ebele entertains Grandpa with her ballet dance and exercise moves. The twins enjoy the stories Grandpa tells them about their mummy’s childhood. Mummy wasn’t always good when she was a little girl. Like them, she had her naughty days too. Grandpa travels home after recovering a bit from his operation, and the twins miss him very much. An opportunity comes for Eze and Ebele to visit Grandpa in the village with their parents. They are excited and happy that they will see Grandpa and Grandma again. They love the experience of travelling by air to another state in Nigeria. They enjoy the sights and sounds of the trip. Eze and Ebele enjoy eating Grandma’s food. They think her food tastes better than their mummy’s cooking, but Mummy doesn’t mind them saying so.