Funnest Ride😘

Funnest Ride😘


(gentle piano music) (ATV revs) (Elise screams and laughs) – There’s one girl that really likes me. – [Jeremy] Oh, my
goodness, how do you know? – She just kissed me randomly. – [Jeremy] At school? – Yeah. (gentle guitar music) – I’m planning to finish the fort today. Are you gonna help me
carry the boards over, bud? – Yup. (gentle guitar music) I can hold it by myself, Dad. – [Jeremy] Yeah, you think so? (gentle guitar music) (electric sander whirs) Are you helping? (gentle guitar music) (electric sander whirs) Okay, I need a magic timber lock. – Building is so fun. (gentle guitar music) – So, Laura just smacked her
face with the wooden swing. She’s bleeding everywhere. Those things just happen. Did it hurt so bad? Bumped your lip? You’re being so brave. Thanks for helping, you guys. (upbeat music) – [Kendra] We’re getting there. – [Grandma] What should we name it? – [Kendra] What should we name the fort? – [Grandma] Yeah, Papa’s treetop? – Alright, so I love my mom’s question. What do you think we should name this tree fort at the cabin? Let us know in the comments below. – I think I have a good name for it. Papa’s playhouse. (people laugh) (garage door closes) I love that noise. – [Kendra] So, Elise got a splinter. – [Jeremy] There it is. – Wow, that didn’t hurt. – How’s that, huh? My parents dealt with our
splinters a lot up here at the cabin, and so
they bought the world’s greatest tweezers, and
they’re seriously impressive. They’re like get it. – It didn’t hurt. – [Kendra] Did it hurt
when it was in your thumb? – Yeah. – [Kendra] And then, when we
pulled it out, did it hurt? – No. – [Kendra] No, way to go. – Every time we do this, though,
I can’t help but remember when we had to pull a tick out of Caleb. – So now, which piece do we need next? Do you know what this is called, Caleb? It’s called an easel. You built an easel for painting. Does it match the one papa built? Good job. – I’m gonna go show papa. – See how this is an example, I want you guys to figure it out. – [Jeremy] Good job, big girl. – Thanks. – [Kendra] I love that you
guys get to build these. – Alright, the ladder’s done. Here’s the first time
the kids are gonna go up in the ladder, into the fort. (upbeat music) Good job, big girl. (upbeat music) (laughs) (ATV revs) So, we’re up here riding around,
right where the fire was. (ATV revs) (gentle piano music) (upbeat music) – [Kendra] Good one. Caleb’s got a serious face. Show me your swing. Yeah, run. Elise, what color would you want? So nice. (gentle piano music) – [Jeremy] So pretty. – First I’m doing the background, and then I’m doing the trees, and bushes. – [Kendra] Laura, that’s beautiful. – [Jeremy] You’re trying to make sky blue? – Yup. I learned about this in my art class. – Grandma, look at mine. – Laura’s level of focus
is just cracking me up. It’s amazing. – I need a paper towel. – [Jeremy] Do you need a paper towel? (gentle piano music) It’ll dry off, it’s okay. Wow, you got paint in your hair. – Not too much. – [Jeremy] (laughs) Just
a little bit of blue. – How do I look now? – [Jeremy] I think you got it all off, every little bit of it. You know, rubbing your hands through there is probably gonna help. (gentle piano music) Alright, Caleb, tell
me about your painting. – So, this is the sky. That tree right there is this. That bush is that. The cabin is this, and then the sky. – Miss Laura, is it all done? – [Jeremy] What is it? – The cabin. – [Papa] Oh, you’ve got
everything all figured out. – [Jeremy] She couldn’t wait to tell papa about her painting. – See that down there? – [Jeremy] So, you were
looking right down there? – And then, I had those logs down there. The color of brown didn’t really work, so I did black outlining of the logs. – [Kendra] Elise is still going strong. (bright music) How did you like painting on a canvas? – I loved it. – That’s amazing, Elise. (bright music) – [Kendra] You guys
headed out on an ATV ride? Who’s driving? What? Daddy better hold on tight. – Don’t throw me off. (ATV revs) (bright music) (Elise screams and laughs) – [Kendra] These boys
are ready for a ride. Elise came running back for a helmet. Good job, big girl. (bright music) – I love you, big girl. – I love you too. – Alright, we did a little switcheroo, now, I got Isaac. (upbeat music) You’re doing it. – It’s time for dinner,
it’s two more minutes. – Two more minutes till dinner? It’s Caleb’s turn to drive. (ATV revs) – Drove it by yourself? – Yeah. – Oh. – So, we’re hearing the
story about how papa and grandma met, and the
romance that led to them getting together, and then Isaac reveals an absolute bomb on us. At his school… – There’s one girl that really likes me. – [Jeremy] Oh, my goodness. How do you know? – I can see that she really likes me. – [Jeremy] Did she tell you? – He told me. – [Jeremy] You guys
never told us about this. Why didn’t you tell us about it? Okay, so how did you know she liked you? – So, what happened was
a few times, just like in some place I was listening,
and she was just behind me, and hugged me, or something. – [Jeremy] What would you
do when she would hug you? – Go away, like go to
the front, or something, where I’d be surrounded by people. – One time, a girl named Randy, she just kissed me randomly. – [Jeremy] At school? – Yeah. – [Jeremy] What did you
do after she kissed you? – I tried to run away. I tried to go as fast as I can downstairs. – [Jeremy] Yeah, because
girls have cuties. – And whenever she tried to
kiss me, I went like this. – [Jeremy] Hos did you guys
never mentioned this before? – When I ask them about
what happened at school, this is the kind of stuff
I’d like to know about. Elise, any confessions? – I think it was from last year, maybe. One boy just made me a
flower with a toy thing, and he said “This is for you.”,
and I was like “Thank you.” – [Kendra] (laughs) That’s so cute. What happened at nursery? – So, if you wanna see the
story of Kendra and I’s love, we actually have a whole
playlist of a series of stories. So, you can check that out up here. (laughs) I had some romance in elementary school. – [Kendra] He had some crushes. – When I was in
kindergarten, I really liked a first grader, and it
was Valentine’s Day. So, I wrote a poem of
love, and I had my sister write it out in really
nice cursive handwriting, and I drew all over it, and
I put it in an envelope, and put a sticker, a heart sticker on it. And then, I actually
knew when her recess was. I figured this out, and I just walked out of my classroom, in
kindergarten, I just walked out, and went to her classroom,
and I was putting my envelope on her desk, and the teacher was in there, and she was like “Can I
help you?”, and I said, I actually came up in that
moment with a little white lie. I said “My teacher is wanting
this for this student.” (laughs) And the teacher just
kind of laughed at me, and I was like “So, I’m bringing it.”, and I pulled it out from my sweater, that was tight around
my waist at the time. So, I pull it out and I
lay it down on her desk. We would love to hear in
the comments any stories about your first love, let us know. Alright, so Kendra wanted to ride. – I wanna drive. – Yeah, she’s getting ready to go. (ATV revs) (gentle music) So, Jeff is showing the kids home videos of when he was a little kid. How old are you here, Jeffry,
about the age of Isaac? And this is a wedding of your aunt. I just think it’s so amazing
that your dad was taking video. – [Jeff] He was vlogging. – [Jeremy] He was vlogging. – [Jeff] With no sound. That’s papa. There’s my sister. – [Jeremy] It’s always
funny when we’re watching these old home videos from the
60s, to think that someday, in 2060, people are gonna
be watching our vlogs, and wondering what we were
doing, and what was going on. – [Kendra] Our grandkids will be. – [Jeremy] Our grandkids. Isn’t that crazy? Kendra was crazing cookies. – [Jeff] That is me on the pitching mound. – [Jeremy] That’s papa pitching. (gentle piano music) – [Laura] Good night. J-house out. – [Kendra] Laura’s in
timeout for throwing sand. (gentle piano music)

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