Spending time with our grandparents is either loved or loathed by grandkids. Let’s face it, either you have awesome grandparents or you don’t. I used to think that time spent with my grandparents was awesome until I saw how 26-year-old Ross Smith spends time with his 93-year-old grandma Pauline Kana. Quality time is what you make out of it but these two are gong to make you jealous of their relationship. They have fun, the love each other and they dress up in ridiculous costumes for some incredible photoshoots! Who else can say they get to do that with their grandma. Not me but I think I might bring it up during Christmas. While I stress of the ways I’m going to be rejected, take a look at the incredible relationship and the hilarious grandson/grandma photos below. These two take the cake!
I hope they ate all those chicken sandwiches!
This is what freedom looks like ladies and gentlemen!
They obviously love chicken sandos. Who doesn’t!?
Get off my farm!
I wish this was my Senior Photo.
Lil Pump and Kanye? I Love It.
Best… Grandma… Shirt… EVER!
And of course Easter
On July 4th, 1776…
All pizza parties should come with a bottle of TUMS, especially when you’re the pizza.
My favorite part is that Toy Story’s Woody is holding a Colt 45.
This granny likes to party! AyeeeeHaiiiiiiii
Guns and Grandmas.
Looks more realistic than Brad Pitt’s accent in TROY.
Gobble Gobble grandma.
This is amazing! Leonardo da Vinci would be proud.
Her smile says it all!!
They found the pot of gold!
This would be the only photo shoot my grandma would be fine with.
Usually the grandkids wear the outfit that she’s wearing.
Yes that’s Chuck Norris!!
One very gangsta Christmas.
This turkey is cooked!
Ahh nothing like a good family Christmas tradition.
About to be some Avenging after the bottle of Jack is gone.
This relationship is UP above the rest. Cheers to you both!
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We should all take a lesson from these two and work on our relationships with those who can teach us so much about life. When you have so many years between, there is a lot to learn from both grandparents and grand kids. Who knows, your grandma just might end up being your best friend.