Grandpa pushes young granddaughter on the swing while "keeping an eye on" the older one. He calls over to her:
"Jennifer, swing. Swing, Jennifer!"
She has never not been swinging.
"Hold on, Jennifer. JENNIFER HOLD ON! JENNIFER!! You hold on now."
She has never let go of the swing the entire time.
"JENNIFER. Just swing and hold on. Jennifer..."
She is swinging like a champ all by herself. She seems to have tuned Grandpa out. Grandpa gets the message:
"Jennifer, got off the swing. GET OFF THE SWING JENNIFER. Go take a break. GET SOME WATER AND TAKE. A. BREAK, JENNIFER!"
Jennifer sighs and gets off the swing. She goes over to the bench, takes out her water bottle and sips casually. Grandpa is still pushing the younger granddaughter rather forcefully as he glares at Jennifer. After a loaded pause, he can't take it anymore:
"Jennifer, relax. RELAX! Drink you water and sit back. Drink your water and sit back. TAKE A BREAK JENNIFER."
He then turns to me and confidentially says:
"Sorry about that, guy. You know, you just gotta INSTILL it in them, or..."
I smile knowingly and mumble something about how I hear that, boy howdy. I continue pushing my sunny, giggly kid on the swing and silently make a vow not to try to "instill" anything in her for the rest of the day, at least.