I’m not sure where we first saw Animusic, but we have the first 2 shows and the kids love it. Looks like most of the music videos are on Youtube and definitely something fun to show the kids. They really enjoyed this “marble race” one.
The North has been looking on with envy while the South has gotten all OUR snow. Even worse was hearing some people complain about their abundance of the wonderful white stuff. Well, we finally got a few inches of snow last week. Here’s one of the reasons we love winter.
We discovered that trick candles are too much for a new 5 year old after 10pm! Poor Ben, we had just woken him up after he fell asleep coming home from Chuck E Cheese last night, but he couldn’t miss his cake and presents! I probably should have skipped the trick candles and used the sparkler ones BUT …. I went with both. The sparkler ones started to melt and bend over because of the trick ones but they looked neat and were actually “trick” ones too. Ben had been blowing candles out for quite a few minutes before I got the camera and started this video. He was so worn out that he only had a few bites of cake! I’m just so glad they didn’t bring him to tears (he was close at one point before I started filming). The presents cheered him up though! Tomorrow is Ben and Jamie’s roller rink party and I think they both can handle trick candles in the middle of the day….right?
Here are some pre-video pictures:
We missed our chance to get a video of Darth Pooh, but here is Jamie doing her Darth Vader impression.
Here’s a great video of Ben eating his ice cream…despite being asleep after a long day at the air show.
I’m always impressed with how well kids can keep eating AND getting the spoon in their mouth when they fall asleep like this. Heather accidentally took the video vertically, but I found an easy and free program to rotate it. I’ll post about it tomorrow.
Another video of Jamie singing We Will Rock You.
This all started when I showed the boys a clip from A Knights Tale. They loved the song so I put it on our iPod. They’ve been singing it ever since. Next I’ll have to get a clip of Ethan singing his operatic version.
Jamie demonstrates her new invention…The Cheerio Shirt! I could really use one for work when I get the afternoon munchies.
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We had Cloud Jello one night while watching Wipeout and Jamie decided to share with Casey.
What can be cuter than a 2 year old wearing a pink princess gown and singing a Queen power ballad?