Cora singing: "The more we get together, together, together. The more we get together the happier we'll be." [over and over]
Grace: "Louder please"
Cora: "Ok!" [starts singing louder]
Grace: [a split second later] "SSSHHHHHHH!!! I don't want to hear you!"
Cora: [confused] "Do you want it loud?"
Grace: "No. I want only Jesus to hear you."
Cora: "Well, Jesus isn't here."
Grace: "Yes! Yes he does."
Cora: "No, he isn't."
Grace: [with firm conviction] "Yes, he does hear you. He hears even when people… even when I don't hear you."
Cora: "Excuse me, Grace."
Grace: "Yes, Cora?"
Cora: "Watch this."
Grace: "Ok, I'm watching."
Cora: [loud nonsense words]
Grace: "That's goobledygock."
Cora: [more nonsense]
Grace: Cora, can you please switch back to your English hat? It's English hat time!
(Grace and Cora claim to speak three languages - English, Thai, and Goobledygock. When they switch languages, they call it switching hats.)
Now imagine that level of conversation minute after minute, hour after hour, and you have a pretty good idea of what you hear on a "quiet" morning or afternoon at home. We are endlessly entertained.