😴SILLY BEDTIME😂

😴SILLY BEDTIME😂


– Go faster daddy! – You want me to go faster? – [Mom] Somebody looks a little goofy. What’s been going on up here? – One, two, three! (screaming) Boop, boop! (laughing) (plane noises) Flip! – Are you ready to go into town? We’re heading into town. Go hop in the car. – So this morning we came into town. We’re going to the library
and the grocery store and we’re gonna try to not
come into town very often while we’re staying at
the cabin because it is quite the trek. You have to go a long way on
a dirt road, then a long way on the highway so we’re gonna
try to come in just once a week and stock up on everything we need for the week ahead. There’s a little door! Guys, there’s a little door. Jenay found her section
at the board books. Oh “Baby Dance” that’s a good one. Caleb found the next two books
in the series he started. “A Guide To Genealogy”. Issac’s been really interested
in family history recently. Are you finding some books? – I got a book. This one! You like this one? Jenay found the perfect
little spot to sit. Do they have some puppets over here? – My bunny rabbit! – [Mom] You have a bunny rabbit puppet? Can it hop? – Hop, hop. – Taxi! Five dollars! (bird squaking) – This library’s so cool. They also let you check
out puzzles so we checked out two of them. Hoping they have all of the pieces, but they look really fun. We’re conveniently here at the
library right when story time is starting so we’re going. – [Dad] So Culver’s has
a gluten-free bun which we take advantage of. They have plenty of ketchup. Janey just likes ketchup. Are you getting a bib on? – Yep – Keep the shirt clean. – Janey’s cleaning up. Clean those hands up. – Dane. – Done. You ready? – Okay, I planned our menu for
the week ahead and it’s time to do a big grocery shopping trip. I am so excited to be
cooking at home again and not eating out constantly. We are so sick of that from the moving and the road tripping. We are ready to eat good food. Here’s the menu this week. Lettuce wraps, rice and
beans, lasagna soup, tacos, spaghetti, poppyseed
chicken and rice, and chili. Time to shop. Always need diapers. (clock ticking) Hey guys, I’m not even done. So much stuff. (clock ticking) I think we did it. My mom’s been helping me. I think we are done shopping. I was really excited
to start cooking before we started shopping and now I’m feeling a little overwhelmed. – Some of Papa’s neighbors
are building a cabin. It’s nice to have neighbors. It’s a little bit loud
for the peaceful respite that is the woods up here. Are you seeing how tall she is? – How tall am I? – Eight, nine. – Okay, can I see how tall you are? Right here. – [Dad] Look. – This is the number. – Hey Jenay, are you ready for a nap? What are you researching about? – Predators. – [Dad] Different animals? – Yeah. – [Dad] What are you learning about them? – Their size, their habitat. – [Dad] Are you making a chart? – Yes. This is the meters. – [Dad] How big they are? – Yeah. And their habitats. – [Dad] So you’re plotting all the data? I love how you organize
your things you had learned. Makes it very useful for
remembering and keeping it in your brain. – Yeah. (saw buzzing) Caleb said he needs an angle grinder. – [Mom] Is that what that thing’s called? – Yeah. – It cuts at an angle. – [Mom] Caleb, what do you think of that? – Awesome! – [Mom] You’re not getting
any one of those anytime soon. – Oh, really? – [Mom] Laura just
sounded out and wrote all of these words on her own. She wrote apple, bat, cat,
dog, elephant, frog, goat, has ice cream, jar, kite, lion, mouse. Did you write that all by yourself? Did somebody help you? You did amazing. You are learning to read and write. Boom! So Issac has been teaching
Laura how to play checkers and I love seeing them playing together. – [Dad] Go back. You could’ve double jumped him. Let’s just show her how that works. And then taking two of them. – The silver snake. (dominoes falling) – [Dad] It worked! Caleb has been playing with the dominoes. – I made it so it curves
a lot and then it has a thing right here. – [Dad] Like cobras? – Yeah. – [Dad] The cobra! – Yeah. – Yesterday he brought
the dominoes on a ramp so it went down and knocked a bunch over. He’s having a lot of fun with them. – [Dad] We loving another creative thing that the kids are doing
when they don’t just have TV to watch. Alright, you’re almost ready. AV pattern? – AV. – [Dad] Alright, let’s see it. (dominoes falling) You got them all! – This one he calls the
Black Mamba because there’s a drop in it. (dominoes falling) Oh! So close, try again buddy. – As a side note, I think
we’re all getting a cold. Kendra has it the worst
so far, but I think we all are getting it. Okay, I have to brag
about Caleb real quick. He just finished playing with the dominoes and before he left, he
cleaned it up and put it away and I’m so proud of him. I’m trying to catch my kids
in the moments where they do what we’ve taught them to do
because so often it’s easy to see the moments when
things don’t get picked up because trust me that
happens at our house all of the time and so whenever
it does happen, I’m trying to really celebrate them
and let the kids know that I appreciate it and I see it
as a sign of them growing up. I’m really proud of them today. – It’s hard. (cheering) – What a shot! Well we’re really excited. Just about a week after listing
our house, we got an offer. So we’re gonna make a counter
and we’ll see how it goes with selling the house. So with this bat, when Papa was
your age, he played baseball with this bat and he wrote his
name and phone number on it. Look how short the phone number is. 31440. Let’s see if this will work. Trying to set up the hammock. Let’s see if it can hold me. Ahh. The hammering should stop
in about 20 or 30 minutes. – Good place to put a hammock. – [Dad] Do you like it? – Um hmm. – [Dad] Do you wanna snuggle? – Sure. It can sure hold a lot of weight. You weigh a lot and I weigh kinda small. I’m a little light. – [Dad] That’s true. So how have you been enjoying the cabin? – Good. – What has been the funnest
thing we’ve done here so far? – Right now. – This moment? Snuggling on the hammock. Taking a hammock nap. – Look at the sky. – So fun to see the trees. – Yeah. They have been here for a long time. – That will be good. Aim over by my finger, okay? Good. – [Dad] Caleb is helping
Papa with a painting project. Hard, all the way down. (laughing) Here. – It’s hard. – It’s hard, huh? – I bet when it’s new,
it’s better you do it. – Yeah, probably. – [Dad] Caleb, what are these poles for? – To put the lights in the ground. These help put them in. – [Dad] For the lights in the ground? – [Papa] Yeah, the lights
will go in the pole. It makes it easier. – Bye! – We’re just going
really slow on the roads in the neighborhood here. – Go faster daddy! – You want me to go faster? – [Mom] You wash your hands for dinner? – Scrub them together real good. – For dinner tonight,
I made lettuce wraps. I had a recipe from a long
time ago, but I’ve adapted it slowly over time so
it fits for our family. I added lots of carrots
and mushrooms to it and we really enjoy it. – I haven’t had this in a long time. – [Dad] Yeah, it’s been a long time. Looks amazing! So when we’re at the cabin,
the big kids all sleep in the loft together and it’s super fun. Luckily, they’re so tired
from playing hard all day that they go to bed and
actually sleep pretty well. Uh oh, the loft’s a little messy tonight. You ready for bed? Somebody looks a little goofy. What’s been going on up here? Super tired, huh buddy? – No! (laughing) – [Mom] Bedtime giggles. Issac. Issac’s acting like he’s
been asleep forever. – Nah. – Is he the one in the picture? This room was his nursery. Long ago he was all screwed up. Well didn’t she? – Goodnight, J house out. – It might be poisonous. – [Dad] You think so? Someone else want a turn? – Me!

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