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Turn it up to 11!
Glad you captured that. Those moments go by way too quick.
Oh, that's awesome!!My son and I did a similar thing with Land of a Thousand Dances. :-)Pearl
Ha Laoch--that is a classic. Haven't heard that joke in a while either :)
yeah, Matt, I have a whole slew of grainy webcam videos..."Oh, I'm so pregnant and uncomfortable...oh, I'm so tired and all my toddler wants me to do is play the "jumpy jump" game all day" etc.
Thank you Pearl! Land of a Thousand Dances is RIGHT ON...that'll be in my head all day nowNAAAAH NAH NAH NAH NAH! NAH NAH NAH NAAAAAAH NAH NAH NAH NAH NAH NAH, NAH NAH NAH NAAAAAAAAAH! I NEED SOMEBODY TO HELP ME OUT Y'ALL!
That's great you know, except for the part where I was listening to this at 9:30PM and all the kids are asleep...stupid, stupid me!
so when are you gonna let him watch Ferris Buelers day off? Oh I sent you a comment on your last post.
sing it, karen! shake it up baby now.
Lizbeth, didn't I warn you that it's an "earblaster?" Yeah, that kid was GIVIN' 'ER!
Melissa, he's allowed to watch it, but he could NEVER sit still long enough.
yeah, but Sherilin, I have to be DAMN SURE I get the lyrics right, or he'll flip out on me again.
Ferris is a classic around here....my kids are in late teens early twenties, and one day they all said to me...." Mom, why did you let us watch Ferries Beuller when we were so little? We dont think you should have, besides we didnt even get it.I think they were all under 10 years for sure....
but I don't remember Ferris as being such a risque movie, was it? Not like the Breakfast Club with all the naughty language. But that's hilarious that your kids reprimanded you for it, Melissa.
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