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Document 1586

Conversation: Buckie - Mother and child 02, recording 2: books and bath before bedtime

Author(s): N/A

Copyright holder(s): SCOTS Project, Dr Jennifer Smith

Audio transcription

F1091 Right, okay, let's read a book. Okay, it says today is Eeyore's birthday. But why is he so sad? Why's he sad?
M1092 Cause him birthday the day. No, [?]different birthday[/?].
F1091 Is that his balloon?
M1092 Uh-huh.
F1091 "A red balloon from Piglet makes Eeyore very glad." What's he doing?
M1092 Me don't know. //You?//
F1091 //He's// he's standing on his head. Isn't he?
M1092 [inaudible] Now.
F1091 Now.
M1092 Now look.
F1091 Look at Piglet. What's happened to him?
M1092 Hi- him having a wash.
F1091 Uh-huh, is he getting a wash? //Cause he's all dirty there, sure.//
M1092 //Mm.//
F1091 Now, will we read it?
M1092 Aye, you read it.
F1091 "Piglet unexpectedly is put into the tub, and Kanga with a flannel gives Piglet a scrub". //Who's that?//
M1092 //There// there Tigger.
F1091 Mmhm. "Tigger says he is hungry for a breakfast treat. But what sort of food do bouncy Tiggers eat?" What do Tiggers like to eat?
M1092 Not, no him like that.
F1091 He doesnae like honey, does he?
M1092 Uh-uh. What him gonna eat?
F1091 I don't know.
M1092 No me don't know.
F1091 I know that he like Kanga's pancakes.
M1092 [inaudible] no no [inaudible] him.
F1091 Mmhm. Cause it's in one of his videos, isn't it? He likes pancakes.
M1092 No. What next?
F1091 Erm.
M1092 This ain.
F1091 That ain?
M1092 Er, that ain next.
F1091 Okay. Now it's, what page?
M1092 That ain.
F1091 Are you missing the first page?
M1092 Uh-huh that.
F1091 Okay. "It's time to get dressed. What can you see?"
M1092 I see that and that and that and that.
F1091 And what are they called?
M1092 No me, no me don't know.
F1091 You do so! //What's, what's that?//
M1092 //No m-.// Shoes.
F1091 And what's that?
M1092 Socks.
F1091 And what's that?
M1092 Erm jumper.
F1091 And what's that?
M1092 I don't know.
F1091 Trousers.
M1092 And that's
F1091 Sarah's dressing her teddy bear. "You can wear my shoes." Look, she's going to put her shoes on the teddy bear. Do you think they'll fit him?
M1092 Uh-huh. Er, I [?]draw a sockie[/?], you watch.
F1091 Okay. Now, fitt's happening on the next page?
M1092 [inaudible] a one [inaudible]. Who that?
F1091 That's a cup. Is that a spootie cup?
M1092 Uh-huh. [?]Mug for the[/?] baby.
F1091 What's that?
M1092 Spoon.
F1091 Mmhm.
M1092 Who that?
F1091 You tell me. //[laugh] It's a bowl.//
M1092 //No you tell me!// //A bowl.//
F1091 //"James", look, it says "James is feeding Panda".// Come on Panda, eat up! See? Fitt dae ye think he's feeding Panda?
M1092 He's feeding him that.
F1091 I think it's custard.
M1092 Now look.
F1091 Now, it's time to play. What can you see?
M1092 Can see rabbit.
F1091 Mmhm. And what else can you see?
M1092 And that!
F1091 What's that?
M1092 No me don't know.
F1091 It's a trolley.
M1092 Now, who that?
F1091 That's it.
M1092 You tell me.
F1091 No, you tell me.
M1092 No, you tell me!
F1091 It's a lorry.
M1092 No, that's lorry.
F1091 [laugh] So what's that then?
M1092 That racing //car.//
F1091 //A what?// A racing car? //Mm.//
M1092 //Mmhm.//
F1091 And what's this?
M1092 That building I I've made that //building.//
F1091 //Mmhm mmhm.// //Oot o blocks?//
M1092 //[inaudible].//
F1091 "Ben is giving Rabbit a ride. Hold on tight, Rabbit!"
M1092 Look.
F1091 It's bath time. What can you see?
M1092 I can see duck.
F1091 Mmhm.
M1092 What that?
F1091 You tell me.
M1092 No, you tell me.
F1091 [laugh] Is it a teddy bear? What's this? What's that? //[CENSORED: forename]. What's that?//
M1092 //[child noises]// Him bath.
F1091 Mmhm. And that's a?
M1092 Duck.
F1091 And that's a? //[cat miaows]//
M1092 //[?]Rubber[/?].//
F1091 Och, there's that cat again. "Sarah's bathing her dog. Now you're all nice and clean." Now, you gonna turn the page? It's time for bed. What can you see?
M1092 I can see, who that?
F1091 You tell me. //[laugh]//
M1092 //No, you tell me!//
F1091 Is it slippers?
M1092 Uh-huh.
F1091 What's that?
M1092 You tell me.
F1091 Jammies. What's that?
M1092 You tell me.
F1091 It's a cot for a baby to sleep in. //And what's this?//
M1092 //[exhale]// Book.
F1091 That's right. Lucy is putting her toys to bed. "Just one more story then you must all go to sleep." //The end.//
M1092 //One book. The end.//
F1091 Hey! Tell me. Fitt's in that box over there?
M1092 Yo-yo, yo-yo. [inaudible] that.
F1091 Other way round.
M1092 Ah, no me gonna do it.
F1091 Uh-huh. Try again. [inhale]
M1092 That's in //that box.//
F1091 //Ah.// Who's that? Is that Paddington Bear? //He's popped up.//
M1092 //Uh-huh. Look at him.// //Uh-huh.//
F1091 //And then turn it.// [inhale] It's nae as scary as it used to be, is it? You used to get a sc- a scare when Paddington jumped up. Eh? Okay, that's it. Oh! You are cheating. You popped him up too early. Oh, whit? Okay. [inhale]
M1092 [?]Push push[/?].
F1091 You're cheating. Ah! Oh that got you. You got a scare. [laugh]
M1092 Me [?]put down the[/?] box. No no no! Don't [inaudible]. //Mm.//
F1091 //Are you finished playing it?// Oh here's Dad, look. What's Dad got?
M1092 Him him got my snake.
F1091 Look, he's got your snake.
M1092 No press that button, okay?
F1091 Okay, I won't press the button. Fa's that that's on top of your erm chest o drawers?
M1092 Me [inaudible].
F1091 No, underneath your lamp. Fa's sitting aside your lamp? Who's that?
M1092 That's the mum. That's mum and dad.
F1091 Is that the mammy bear and the daddy bear? //What's that?//
M1092 //[inaudible]// My box.
F1091 Little boxes.
M1092 Uh-huh.
F1091 Uh-huh. Mm? Fitt else is in there? They're empty. //Mm.//
M1092 //I've got tae//
F1091 Ah, but you nae need tae kick them shut.
M1092 Okay, mm.
F1091 Hey, come here. Come here, come here, come here. //Fitt's in the, fitt's in the top drawer?//
M1092 //Me no want.// [panting]
F1091 [panting] Have a look and see. No, in the top one. That one, top one.
M1092 Tapes.
F1091 Tapes?
M1092 Aye, them are my tapes.
F1091 Is that your tapes? And fitt's on your tapes? Fitt's that?
M1092 That one Hook.
F1091 Who's that?
M1092 That one Hook.
F1091 That's Hook. //Who's that?//
M1092 //Uh-huh.// Mouse.
F1091 Mickey Mouse.
M1092 Uh-huh.
F1091 Mmhm. //Who's that?//
M1092 //Who's that?//
F1091 Who's that?
M1092 You tell me!
F1091 Donald Duck.
M1092 Who that?
F1091 That's Goofy. What about?
M1092 Who that?
F1091 Oh that's erm, [tut] oh I cannae mind her name. It's the, she's the the bad lady that's in the Little Mermaid.
M1092 Who that?
F1091 Cannae mind her name.
M1092 Who that?
F1091 That-, this one here?
M1092 Mmhm.
F1091 That's the bad man in Hercules.
M1092 Who that?
F1091 That's a snake. Is that Kaa the snake //frae the Jungle Book?//
M1092 //Uh-huh.// Uh-huh.
F1091 What about that one? Who's in that one?
M1092 Who that?
F1091 That's Rabbit.
M1092 No no, that's Tigger.
F1091 Is that Tigger?
M1092 Uh-huh. //Who that, who that?//
F1091 //And who else is there?// That's Kanga.
M1092 [inhale] No. Who that?
F1091 Well who is it then, if it's nae Kanga? //Who is it? Winnie the Pooh and Piglet too.//
M1092 //That Winnie the Pooh. Winnie.//
F1091 Now, who's that?
M1092 Me don't know.
F1091 You don't know? That's the Little Mermaid.
M1092 Who that? Hey, there's the old one.
F1091 Mmhm.
M1092 There's Winnie the Pooh.
F1091 Oh he's got loads o pots o honey there, hasn't he?
M1092 Uh-huh. They're bigger than you.
F1091 And this one?
M1092 Uh-huh. Who that? Who that?
F1091 That is Po. Laa-Laa. Dipsy. Tinky Winky. So it's the Te-? //Oh dear.//
M1092 //[sneeze]//
F1091 Who's that? It's the Te-? Teletubbies.
M1092 Uh-huh, Teletubbies.
F1091 Mmhm. So who's your favourite?
M1092 This.
F1091 Is that your favourite?
M1092 Who that?
F1091 That's Aladdin. //Oh!//
M1092 //[?]Who[/?].//
F1091 That's Aladdin, and that's the Princess. And, wait till I hae a look on the back and I'll see if I can see his name. Princess Jasmine, and Genie. //The genie is just called Genie.//
M1092 //Uh-huh.// Who that?
F1091 That's the genie.
M1092 Who that?
F1091 That is
M1092 The monkey.
F1091 the monkey.
M1092 Hey there a there a hippo.
F1091 Where?
M1092 [inaudible].
F1091 Uh-huh, that's your hippo.
M1092 [inaudible]
F1091 Erm. Oh, that's Help I'm a Fish. You havenae really watched that much, have ye?
M1092 Uh-uh.
F1091 No. //We'll maybe watch that ain at at bedtime, eh?//
M1092 //No [inaudible].// [?]My one goes[/?] here.
F1091 Mm.
M1092 Here.
F1091 Tidying up?
M1092 Uh-huh.
F1091 Now, hey, you've done well. You've tidied up loads just now, haven't you? //What about your, hey listen, fitt aboot your snake? Where does your snake live?//
M1092 //[inaudible]// Jungle.
F1091 Mm? [laugh] In the jungle.
M1092 Uh-huh.
F1091 But where does he live in your bedroom? Does he live on the floor? Does he?
M1092 Erm come here.
F1091 Come with you. Okay, dinna go too far. Come here. Cause I need you to speak into this thing.
M1092 [inaudible]
F1091 What's Dad doin?
M1092 [inaudible]
F1091 Dad tidying up?
M1092 [inaudible]
F1091 That's a teddy bear one.
M1092 [inaudible] I I read it.
F1091 Are you goin to read it?
M1092 Please! //Please.//
F1091 //Well I I'll tell ye,// fitt aboot, will we take this doon the stairs and we'll play wi this?
M1092 No.
F1091 No? You goin to check to see if Mam's heart's working?
M1092 Want this one.
F1091 That's the Tigger Movie Book.
M1092 I see this one, //this one.//
F1091 //Oh, trucks and diggers.//
M1092 I read this one on my own, //please.//
F1091 //Okay. Okay.//
M1092 I go fast, I can.
F1091 You can go real fast.
M1092 You read this.
F1091 Mmhm. Now, wait till we get the first page. That's the big digger.
M1092 Who that?
F1091 That's a bulldozer. He goes chug chug chug chug chug.
M1092 That elephant.
F1091 That's an elephant. And what's he got on?
M1092 Him got hat. //Mm,//
F1091 //A hat?//
M1092 look.
F1091 What's that Dad's gave ye?
M1092 What is it?
F1091 It looks like a dinosaur tape.
M1092 [inaudible] Who that?
F1091 That's a dinosaur bird.
M1092 Who that?
F1091 That's a long neck, isn't it? //We can maybe watch that one later on.//
M1092 //[inaudible]// //change the page.//
F1091 //Okay, next page then.//
M1092 No, this one.
F1091 Okay. What's that?
M1092 No, you tell me.
F1091 [laugh] It's an ambulance. What does the ambulance say?
M1092 Er, no me don't know.
F1091 You don't know?
M1092 Uh-uh.
F1091 Nee-naw nee-naw nee-naw nee-naw. What's this one? That's a dump truck. What's he putting down on the ground in a big pile?
M1092 That. //Er.//
F1091 //What's that?//
M1092 No me don't know.
F1091 That's lots o sand.
M1092 Uh-huh. Who that?
F1091 That's a fire engine.
M1092 And do you know who that?
F1091 That's a tractor.
M1092 They're tigers.
F1091 Mmhm. What's the tiger doing?
M1092 Di- he driving.
F1091 He's driving.
M1092 Uh-huh, him driving [inaudible]. I want this one.
F1091 Oh we missed a page. That's the breakdown truck. Who's driving that one?
M1092 The crocodile driving.
F1091 Mmhm.
M1092 The monkey driving too.
F1091 Mmhm.
M1092 Look. Oh you do this one again.
F1091 Okay. Who's driving the big digger?
M1092 Him.
F1091 What's him's name?
M1092 No me don't know.
F1091 That's a rabbit.
M1092 The elephant.
F1091 Elephant, that's right.
M1092 Who that?
F1091 You tell me.
M1092 No, you tell me.
F1091 It's a mouse.
M1092 Who that?
F1091 That looks like a teddy bear. He's got, look, he's got a plaster on his head. //Has he bumped his head, do you think?//
M1092 //Why?// Uh-huh.
F1091 Aw, shame. Poor teddy bear.
M1092 Who that?
F1091 That's a mouse.
M1092 Uh-huh like that ain.
F1091 Mmhm.
M1092 Uh-huh. I can turn the page.
F1091 Mmhm.
M1092 Who that?
F1091 That's penguins. They're driving the fire engine.
M1092 Not that ain driving.
F1091 No. He's just getting a hurl, isn't he?
M1092 Uh-huh. [inaudible] Who that?
F1091 That's a goose.
M1092 No tha- the book, the the goose.
F1091 What's that one?
M1092 Tha- tha-, no me don't know.
F1091 You don't know?
M1092 Uh-uh. I turn the one page. They're tigers!
F1091 Mmhm.
M1092 What tiger doing?
F1091 What's that tiger doing?
M1092 No what that tiger doing?
F1091 He's driving, but what's he doing?
M1092 [inaudible] [inhale]
F1091 Oh! What's he doing? //What's wrong?//
M1092 //Him drinking that.//
F1091 What's he drinking?
M1092 Him drinking that!
F1091 He's drinking juice, //isn't he?//
M1092 //Uh-huh.// [?]I want[/?] my juice.
F1091 Is that your juice he's drinking? //[inhale]//
M1092 //Mmhm.//
F1091 Oh dear.
M1092 Him drink all up. //Wh-//
F1091 //It's alright, you can get some more later, eh?//
M1092 Uh-huh. Who [?]could do[/?] that.
F1091 I think that was you when you were a little baby. //I think you ate half the book.//
M1092 //Mm.// //Did not.//
F1091 //Didn't you?// Is that why you've got fat cheeks, do you think? //[laugh]//
M1092 //[inaudible]// //[inaudible]//
F1091 //Is that why you've got these?//
M1092 Stop it!
F1091 [laugh] //You're cheeky.//
M1092 //[sucks air through teeth]// The pig! Pig.
F1091 Pig?
M1092 Uh-huh. Who these?
F1091 That's a chicken.
M1092 That.
F1091 That's a goose.
M1092 Who that?
F1091 Oh that's a fire, look!
M1092 Mmhm.
F1091 The straw's on fire.
M1092 Mmhm.
F1091 That's why the fire engine's coming, look. And they're going to put the fire out. That sound right?
M1092 Him driving.
F1091 He's driving. And that tiger's still drinking juice.
M1092 Mmhm, all the time.
F1091 Mmhm.
M1092 [exhale] Hey, Dad put it on [inaudible] for us.
F1091 Mmhm.
M1092 [inaudible] put it on. Wait a minute. Me move this.
F1091 Oh you- it'll be too, it'll be too heavy for ye. Well Mam, Mam'll do it for ye. //Do you want the light off?//
M1092 //No.// //[straining]//
F1091 //It's too heavy.//
M1092 [straining] Me need [inaudible].
F1091 Well I'll just, I'll lift you up to the light switch. Would that be easiest?
M1092 Uh-huh.
F1091 Okay, come on then. Are you ready?
M1092 Uh-huh, me ready.
F1091 Oh, you're heavy. There you go. //Okay?//
M1092 //[inaudible]// Mum, I can't do that. I can't do that. [inaudible] I want that. Want that.
F1091 That's a video tape.
M1092 I want that, please.
F1091 You wantin to watch that?
M1092 Uh-huh.
F1091 Well you can watch it at beddy-time if you want. What about? Do you want to go and hae yer- listen, listen, I've got a good idea. Listen. Listen to Mam. I've got a good idea. How about if you, how about if ye go and get yer bath, listen, listen tae Mam. It's switched off just noo, chum. //It's switched off, you'll break it.//
M1092 //[child noises]// //[sob] [inaudible] no want it on! [sob]//
F1091 //You'll break it. I'll put it on in a minute,// //but you'll break it just noo if you force it in.//
M1092 //[sob]// [sob] [sob] [child noises]
F1091 Listen.
M1092 [inaudible] //[inaudible]//
F1091 //How about// You're nae listening to me, [CENSORED: forename]. Look at me.
M1092 [sob] Mummy, me want it. Mm.
F1091 Fitt aboot if we go and you can hae a bath, and then you can get your jammies on, //and then, efter you've had your, listen, efter you get your jammies on, you can cuddle into your beddy and you can watch this. How does that sound?//
M1092 //[sob]// No fair!
F1091 What do you mean it's not fair? //Will we will we put some bubbles in your bath?//
M1092 //No no want it.// I want this.
F1091 Well you can pit that on once you've had your bath. //How does that sound?//
M1092 //But I want// it on! I want it on. //Book. [inaudible]//
F1091 //I thought, I thought it would be a good idea that you had your bath first.// Right, I'm gonna go and run your water.
M1092 Mummy, I want it, please Mum.
F1091 You want to watch it?
M1092 Uh-huh, I I want it. Want this.
F1091 And fitt aboot your bath?
M1092 No thanks.
F1091 Why no?
M1092 Cause I me like my bath.
F1091 I know you like your bath. That's why I'm asking ye to yer bath first.
M1092 [inaudible]
F1091 I'll tell ye fitt. Fitt aboot if we go and run your water, you //can pit in yer bu-//
M1092 //[inaudible]// [inaudible]
F1091 Mm, listen, how about, [laugh], dinna turn awa frae me, Mister!
M1092 Mm!
F1091 I can see your bum. I can see your bum.
M1092 Oh no you're not.
F1091 [laugh] Listen. Come on and we'll go and run your water, and you can put in your bubbles, and you can get a bath all to yourself, cause your brothers are out. How does that sound?
M1092 Not fair. //Want Spiderman.//
F1091 //I think that sounds. Is that Spiderman?// Why is Spiderman in your bed?
M1092 Cause him no no want my bed.
F1091 He likes your bed?
M1092 No him want want my bed. Do you want me to climb, want me to climb up. Do you want Spiderman to climb? Do you want Spiderman //to climb.//
F1091 //Okay, I'll watch Spiderman climb.//
M1092 Climb, climb, climb, climb, climb, climb.
F1091 He can go high.
M1092 [exhale] Uh-huh [inaudible]. //Higher, higher.//
F1091 //Is h-// is he goin to catch the baddies?
M1092 The baddies cannae get up there.
F1091 Mmhm. Hey, you'll soon be climbing right up to the boats. Is tha-, do you think there's bodies in the boats?
M1092 Uh-huh.
F1091 You think so? //Is there maybe pirates in the boats?//
M1092 //Uh-huh.// Uh-huh.
F1091 Well we'll let him climb up. Ha-ha, he's caught the pirates! Now, fitt will he dae wi the pirates?
M1092 He could go down and then we'll and get the fishies.
F1091 He's gonna get the fishies now? No, he'd put the pirates in jail first,
M1092 Uh-huh.
F1091 wouldn't he?
M1092 [inaudible] in this one boat.
F1091 In that boat, okay. //Is he goin to catch the sailors in the boat?//
M1092 //Uh-huh, and the [inaudible].//
F1091 Have the sailors been bad?
M1092 Uh-huh.
F1091 Uh-huh. So where will he put the sailors?
M1092 [inaudible] In my bed.
F1091 He's gonna pit them in your bed?
M1092 Uh-huh, and he kicks thems and he [inaudible] he eat it all //up.//
F1091 //[inhale]// He's gonna eat them?
M1092 Uh-huh.
F1091 Mm, I don't think I would like to eat sailors, yuck.
M1092 Me me me, no me, me like them.
F1091 Mm.
M1092 Okay. //[inaudible]//
F1091 //Come on an-.// //What if Spiderman can crawl through to the bathroom?//
M1092 //No not that ain.// This one. //That ain.//
F1091 //That boat, catch that one.// //Who's in this boat?//
M1092 //Uh-huh.// Erm, pirate.
F1091 Pirates, ha-har! Right, go and carry that for me.
M1092 Okay. Okay.
F1091 Right, and Spiderman can crawl through to the bathroom.
M1092 Crawl crawl crawl crawl.
F1091 Crawl crawl crawl, watching Mam's paper. Now,
M1092 You [inaudible] climb.
F1091 Has he got to climb up the radiator? //And we'll hook him on.//
M1092 //Climb right up// there, you [?]catch[/?] him.
F1091 Right, I'll hook him on. Right, have we got running water for the bath?
M1092 Uh-huh.
F1091 Okay. Go and find the bubble bath then.
M1092 Okay, me [inaudible]. Do-do-do do-do-do-do-do-do do-do-do. Here it is. Me found it.
F1091 That's shampoo.
M1092 That shampoo?
F1091 Mmhm. See if you can find the bubble bath. Can you manage? Here's your shampoo, look.
M1092 No no no that!
F1091 No?
M1092 Here's my bubbles.
F1091 Okay. //Right, are you going to put the bubbles in the water?//
M1092 //[inaudible]// Uh-huh. [child noises]
F1091 Will I open the top for ye?
M1092 Mmhm.
F1091 That's it. Now, just a wee sippy. //Okay?//
M1092 //Mm.//
F1091 No, that's nae enough. Come here. Over here, look.
M1092 Okay.
F1091 You doin it? Wow! Right, that's plenty.
M1092 Mm. Me do that. Okay? Me do that.
F1091 Okay. That's it.
M1092 No no [inaudible]. //[inaudible].//
F1091 //Right,// go and take off your socks.
M1092 No me [inaudible] do it.
F1091 Now, will I help?
M1092 You you do this one.
F1091 Okay, there's one sock, two socks. Right, what are these?
M1092 There's my trousers [inaudible]. //[inaudible].//
F1091 //Go and take them off then.//
M1092 You!
F1091 No, you.
M1092 Want me, you want me do that.
F1091 Okay, you do that one. Off your trousers.
M1092 [child noises] //[child noises]//
F1091 //That's it.//
M1092 Now now my pants.
F1091 Okay, that's a good boy.
M1092 [child noises]
F1091 Now, will you manage your t-shirt or do you need help?
M1092 Mm help.
F1091 Help? //[laugh]//
M1092 //Not eat it.// //Mm.//
F1091 //Now,// //you goin to tell me what is this.//
M1092 //[child noises]// //Nose.//
F1091 //What's that? Aye.// And fitt's this? It's yer e-? //Come here.//
M1092 //Eeks.// Eeks.
F1091 It's yer, is it yer een?
M1092 My eeks. Eeks, eeks.
F1091 It's nae, it's yer een. //And whit's whit's this, it's yer lu-?//
M1092 //Eeks. Eeks.// Eeks. Eeks. [child noises] //[child noises]//
F1091 //You're bein silly. Whit's this? It's yer lu-?//
M1092 Nose.
F1091 Lugs. [laugh] What's this?
M1092 My ears.
F1091 Your lugs and your ears?
M1092 My lugs and my ears.
F1091 Yer een and yer eyes. //Is that right? Careful, chum, in case you pull the mic off.//
M1092 //Een een een.//
F1091 Right. Listen. Show me yer-.
M1092 No, no no no no.
F1091 Oh well, I'll just have these bubbles for myself then. //Well,//
M1092 //No, [sob] no mummy, no mummy, no no [inaudible].// [inaudible] no want them on. [inaudible] //[inaudible]//
F1091 //Farr's yer,// fitt's this? //Hey, hey, come here. Fitt's this bits?//
M1092 //[sob]// [laugh] No, me me want this bit. //[inaudible]//
F1091 //I think, hey!//
M1092 Me want this! //[inaudible]//
F1091 //What's that?//
M1092 [child noises] //[child noises]//
F1091 //[inhale] What's that that's sticking oot?// You're rude!
M1092 Hey Mum.
F1091 What? Where you goin? Dinna touch that, that's the biler.

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Conversation: Buckie - Mother and child 02, recording 2: books and bath before bedtime

Audio

Audio audience

For gender Mixed
Audience size 2

Audio awareness & spontaneity

Speaker awareness Aware
Degree of spontaneity Spontaneous
Special circumstances surrounding speech Participants asked to wear microphone while going about daily life

Audio footage information

Year of recording 2003
Recording person id 509
Size (min) 30
Size (mb) 117

Audio footage series/collection information

Part of series
Contained in Set of recordings made in Buckie of mothers and children

Audio setting

Leisure/entertainment
Private/personal
Recording venue Participants' house
Geographic location of speech Buckie

Audio relationship between recorder/interviewer and speakers

Acquaintance
Speakers knew each other Yes

Audio speaker relationships

Family members or other close relationship

Audio transcription information

Transcriber id 718
Year of transcription 2006
Year material recorded 2004
Word count 3387

Audio type

Conversation
General description Dialogue while going about daily life

Participant

Participant details

Participant id 1091
Gender Female
Decade of birth 1970
Educational attainment Highers/A-levels
Age left school 16
Occupation Soft furnishings
Place of birth Edinburgh
Region of birth Edinburgh
Birthplace CSD dialect area Edb
Country of birth Scotland
Place of residence Buckie
Region of residence Moray
Residence CSD dialect area Mry
Country of residence Scotland
Father's occupation Fisherman
Father's place of birth Aberdeen
Father's region of birth Aberdeen
Father's birthplace CSD dialect area Abd
Father's country of birth Scotland
Mother's occupation Housewife / cleaner
Mother's place of birth Findochty
Mother's region of birth Moray
Mother's birthplace CSD dialect area Mry
Mother's country of birth Scotland

Participant

Participant details

Participant id 1092
Gender Male
Decade of birth 2000
Occupation schoolchild
Place of birth Elgin
Region of birth Moray
Birthplace CSD dialect area Mry
Country of birth Scotland
Place of residence Buckie
Region of residence Moray
Residence CSD dialect area Mry
Country of residence Scotland
Father's occupation Offshore Technician
Father's place of birth Weymouth
Father's region of birth Devon
Father's country of birth England
Mother's occupation Soft furnishings
Mother's place of birth Edinburgh
Mother's region of birth Edinburgh
Mother's birthplace CSD dialect area Edb
Mother's country of birth Scotland

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