George and Ginni Golightly are anything but 'go-lightly'. They can be heard stomping around in their tap shoes throughout the day and think it is just super having tap lessons from their dad Fred. George is very happy when he hears music. When he is out in his pushchair and he can hear the children at the nursery or school singing, he begs to stop and listen. His mother holly gets tired out from taking him to the same places again and again. Ginni likes playing with her mother's broom. She plays quietly, but when her mother asks her to give it back so that she can sweep the floors, she cries so loudly that the family do not know what to do with her.