Grandma used to mash with her fingers carrot, potato, macaroni, and feel it with her lips and even her tongue and then give it to the child. The grandma dressed in black, sitting at home or at the edge of the fields, feeds the baby. The baby in the cradle or on her lap is wrapped tightly in strips of cloth. She takes a piece of crustless bread, the inside of the bread known as psiha, crumbles it with her fingers and puts a few crumbs in her toothless mouth. The child, living in the city, returns to visit the grandma in the country. The trip to the village to visit grandma was by train. It meant camping out on a long journey.