Oh, no, that can't be it, for grandpapa would never take us there if there were.
"My grandpapa," murmured Perrine, rubbing her soft cheek against his.
Francis, who was about eight years old, was spending the month of June with his grandpapa in the country.
His name was not the same as ours, for he was the son of a sister of grandpapa's, not of a brother.
You are my friend, and mamma's and papa's and Marcelino's, and to grandpapa you are as a son.
“I was just going to ask about that girl, myself,” said grandpapa promptly.
He is greatly amused by his grandpapa's playful motions and comical faces, and tries to imitate them.
I hope he will grow up to be as good a man as his grandpapa is.
Little Wiedeman draws; as you may suppose, he is adored by his grandpapa; and then, Robert!
You know very little of grandpapa, Colonel Sewell, that's clear.