They are cute, I miss them now I'm home again. Because my daughter in law is Italian, Gemma speaks Italian when visiting Italy and English at home in Hampshire, and she's only two and a half! She does better than me ;D
Haha... perhaps you may have to, the folk from Glasgow are quite difficult to understand I think, until you get used to them e.g. Ewan in Monarch, whereas the lilting highland accent is much softer and easier to understand.
As for the Scots accents - all of the really broad ones are difficult, the Doric is virtually another language altogether! As for Dundonian, my dad used to speak it, yet when he returned after 30 years in England he couldn't understand it! Hahaha!