'You, wee man, watch the wean...'

It'll be curtains for the kid at the window if he takes his peepers off his sleeping brother or sister.

In the Gorbals in 1960, when space was tight, and fresh air was advised, you'd often spot rows of children sound asleep in their prams outside their closes.

This wee one, complete with dummy and woolly hat, is far away in the Land of Nod. Wonder what they were dreaming about?

Back then, the only Corona you had to worry about was getting floaters in your ginger.

It's also worth noting that the weans have been out with their chalks, while mum or dad has been busy brightening up the window surround.

I hope that 'wet paint' legend is a warning and not an instruction!