Are You More Like Your Grandma or Grandpa?



Grandparents are the one who know you really really well. They know how to make you feel happy when you are sad and even motivate you when you feel extremely low. They are the one’s who can truly understand your real emotions and help you solve each and problems of your life. They have seen as well as held you in their hands since you were a kid.

For children, their grandparents are really really important. They play with them, enjoy time with them while on a vacation and even like the warm affection they give. Grandparents play a vital role in shaping a child as much as their parents do. So it’s really very important for them as well to perform well in the test of parenting for their grand kids as well. The below given quiz exactly lets you know how well you are as a grandparent!

Grandparents have one really important job- to love on their grand kids fully! Whether you’re the stern type or the fun type, are you an awesome grandparent? Just how awesome do your grand kids really think you are? Take these 15 simple questions and find out!

“My grandmother started walking five miles a day when she was sixty. She’s ninety-seven now, and we don’t know where the heck she is.”
― Ellen DeGeneres

“I’m not trying to—What do teenagers say nowadays?” he asked my grandmother.“Get all up in her biznez,” Nana said.Without cracking a smile.“That’s right,” he replied. “We’re not trying to get all up in your biznez, Ali.”
― Gena Showalter, Alice in Zombieland

“The best baby-sitters, of course, are the baby’s grandparents. You feel completely comfortable entrusting your baby to them for long periods, which is why most grandparents flee to Florida.”
― Dave Barry

“The cactus thrives in the desert while the fern thrives in the wetland.

The fool will try to plant them in the same flowerbox.

The florist will sigh and add a wall divider and proper soil to both sides.

The grandparent will move the flowerbox halfway out of the sun.

The child will turn it around properly so that the fern is in the shade, and not the cactus.

The moral of the story?

Kids are smart.”
― Vera Nazarian, The Perpetual Calendar of Inspiration

“The very old and the very young have something in common that makes it right that they should be left alone together. Dawn and sunset see stars shining in a blue sky; but morning and midday and afternoon do not, poor things.”
― Elizabeth Goudge

“You ought to be ashamed of yourself, running around, not married, staying out all night. Ashamed!” “Ashamed!” my grandmother echoed. Good to know they still agreed on things after forty-three years of marriage.”
― Jeaniene Frost, Halfway to the Grave

“Small animals are a great problem. I wish God had never created small animals, or else that He had made them so they could talk, or else that He’d given them better faces. Space. Take moths. They fly at the lamp and burn themsleves, and then they fly right back again. It can’t be instinct, because it isn’t the way it works. They just don’t understand, so they go right on doing it. Then they lie on their backs and all their legs quiver, and then they’re dead. Did you get all that? Does it sound good?”
“Very good,” Grandmother said.
Sophia stood up and shouted, “Say this: say I hate everything that dies slow! Say I hate everything that won’t let you help! Did you write that?”
― Tove Jansson, The Summer Book

“Through the various branches of your tree, you are connected to the entirety of human history. When we talk about the ancient Egyptians building the pyramids, we’re not talking about a bunch of exotic strangers, we’re talking about our great-great-many-times-great grandparents!”
― Laurence Overmire, Digging for Ancestral Gold: The Fun and Easy Way to Get Started on Your Genealogy Quest

“Your grandmother always used to say that we’re all on the same dancefloor, but we all dance to different songs and some of us dance to shorter songs than others.”
Some of us don’t even stay for the duration of the song, Rowan thought bitterly. He did remember his granny saying that, that the world was a big dancefloor.
“Well, your song is a beautiful composition. Any woman with a bit of common sense will see that.” His grandfather squeezed Rowan’s arm again, took a sip of his whisky and moved to the safer topic of the following week’s football games. An interest in football was a trait Rowan had missed from both sides of his family.”
― Pamela Harju, Sympathetic Strings

“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    Do you always go the extra mile for those you love?

    • Always
    • Sometimes
    • Not nearly enough
  • Question of

    What are you most likely to bring to a potluck dinner?

    • A dessert
    • A main course
    • Drinks
    • A side dish
  • Question of

    When you tell a story, what are people doing?

    • Staring off into space
    • Clinging to my every word
    • It depends on who I’m telling
  • Question of

    Who did you go to the most for help when you were little?

    • My mother
    • My father
    • It depended on the circumstances
  • Question of

    Are you more emotional or logical?

    • Emotional
    • Logical
    • A mix of both
  • Question of

    What thing from the past do you wish people did more often?

    • Write letters
    • Talk on the phone
    • Go dancing
  • Question of

    How do you feel about kids?

    • I love them as long as they’re not mine
    • I adore kids
    • I have mixed feelings about kids
  • Question of

    In your opinion, aging is…

    • An honor and a privilege
    • The most trying thing you’ll do
    • A bit scary sometimes
  • Question of

    What do you enjoy most about winter?

    • The first snowfall
    • Cozying up by the fire
    • Getting out of obligations because of snow
  • Question of

    How long do you normally nap for?

    • 15-20 minutes
    • 20-40 minutes
    • More than an hour
  • Question of

    Are your grandchildren always welcome in your home?

    • Of course!
    • Well… as long as they call first!
    • Not always… sometimes I need some time away
  • Question of

    And when they visit, will there be a bowl of treats awaiting their grubby (but cute!) little fingers?

    • Of course! That’s what I’m here for!
    • I don’t give my grandkids treats
  • Question of

    Speaking of food… are there any special one-of-a-kind dishes that the grandkids beg you to make?

    • Absolutely! They know that grandma’s cooking is the best!
    • I don’t think they would “beg” for it… but they sure do eat it up!
    • I don’t cook for my grandkids
  • Question of

    Pride… It’s a grandmother’s right! Do you show off pictures of your grandkids to everyone you know?

    • Of course I do, they’re too cute not to!
    • That sounds pretty boring to me…
  • Question of

    When your grandkids come over, what’s on the TV?

    • No TV allowed
    • Whatever I’d like to watch (hee hee)
    • Whatever they’d like to watch!

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