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  • - They call me dad.

  • - What.

  • And, so, we've been having a problem recently

  • that they've been arguing over who gets to sit where.

  • You guys need to work this out.

  • Go sit on the front porch,

  • and let me know when you have a plan.

  • - I think I'm gonna burn myself.

  • - [Mom] Are you feelin' a little nervous?

  • - We did it, dude.

  • - We found a frog.

  • - [Mom] There's a frog down here?

  • (piano keys dinging)

  • - Ah.

  • - It comes down to this.

  • Good job.

  • So, this upcoming Sunday, Isaac was asked to give a talk

  • in church, and he was given the topic, choosing the right.

  • And, he has been working on it this morning.

  • - I will talk about choosing the right.

  • Me choosing the right is obeying our parents,

  • and choosing good, not bad.

  • For example, let's say my mom asked me to load the dishes.

  • Choosing the right would be saying yes.

  • Not choosing the right would be running away

  • and, or saying no.

  • I try to say yes.

  • If you choose the right, you will be blessed, and so will I.

  • - [Mom] Nailed it.

  • - [Dad] I'm so proud of you.

  • You did it all by yourself.

  • - It's fun to see a kid old enough to do that.

  • You're getting old.

  • You have a birthday coming.

  • You're getting an older.

  • - [Dad] Yup, birthday comin' up.

  • - This is breakfast.

  • Look.

  • Water, yogurt, carrots,

  • kale, I was gonna say kelp.

  • That's not (murmurs). - That'd be gross.

  • - Mango and frozen berries.

  • Ready?

  • (blender rattling)

  • (laughing)

  • It's like it's gonna take off.

  • So, it ends up looking a little bit like diarrhea,

  • but it's actually a really good smoothie.

  • - [Dad] How's your diarrhea smoothie?

  • - It's amazing, but I don't like the name.

  • Let's call it yummy, healthy smoothie

  • that happens to be brown. - Okay.

  • Sometimes the grosser it looks, the better it is for you.

  • - There's an actual good name for it.

  • A mango, carrot, kale,

  • strawberry, blueberry, blackberry, raspberry smoothie

  • with yogurt.

  • - [Dad] And water.

  • Hello.

  • - [Mom] Papa, which one's our baby?

  • - [Dad] Hey (chuckles).

  • She's actually like trying to play with this.

  • Gettin' so big.

  • You're so aware.

  • Our baby's getting so big.

  • Good job holding her.

  • - Mom taught me how.

  • Ah-doo, ah-doo-doo, ah-doo, bah-doo, bah-doo, hello.

  • - We are going to gymnastics, our first summer gymnastics.

  • (upbeat rock music)

  • - [Mom] Good work.

  • I'm doing something that I have never done before.

  • I am taking all five of my kids to the grocery store.

  • I think we can do this.

  • So, I put Jenee in the carrier,

  • and we only need a few things.

  • We're taking dinner to some friends of ours tonight

  • that are busy moving.

  • And, I need something, and so, I had no other choice,

  • but to come with everyone.

  • It's gonna be fun, right guys?

  • - [Child In Pink Pants] Mhm.

  • - [Kid's Voice] Apple.

  • - Apple.

  • We're surviving so far.

  • Luckily, the big kids are really helpful.

  • Isaac's pushing the cart, Elise's helping.

  • This is my favorite kind of turkey, and it's on sale.

  • - [Child In Purple] Mm.

  • - Well, we're ending up leaving before than I expected, bye

  • which is probably because I'm really, really hungry

  • right now.

  • Come on, guys.

  • - We're coming.

  • (kids laughing)

  • - Behave please.

  • Anyway, shopping hungry is never a good idea.

  • I think we ended up with cookie dough and ice cream

  • and, who knows what else.

  • (upbeat music)

  • - [Kid In Red] This means that the new white is 99 cents.

  • - [Mom] You think our total is gonna be 99 cents?

  • - (chuckles) yeah.

  • - No.

  • We're getting out of here just in time.

  • Jenee's getting fussy.

  • So, our three younger kids are in car seats,

  • so every time they get in the car,

  • they just sit in their car seat.

  • But, Isaac and Elise are in booster seats,

  • and they can sit in each other's booster seats,

  • and so, we've been having a problem recently

  • that they've been arguing over who gets to sit where.

  • And, so finally today, I said, guys,

  • you guys need to work this out.

  • Go sit on the front porch,

  • and let me know when you have a plan.

  • And, so, they are trying to come up with a plan

  • about how to share and like who's sitting where.

  • So, let's see what they come up with.

  • Alright, so what's the plan?

  • - The plan is that permanently, we just switch turns

  • every day, so the first day is my turn, then hers,

  • then my turn, then hers.

  • So, that means in two years,

  • we would have the same amount of turns.

  • - Hm.

  • The two-year plan.

  • I love you guys.

  • Thanks for figuring out a solution to your problem.

  • Sh.

  • My house is quiet.

  • It's amazing.

  • I'm gonna eat my lunch now.

  • (soft music)

  • (clinking)

  • Well, we're done with discovery time,

  • but the little girls are still sleeping,

  • and so, I'm taking the moment to teach the kids something

  • that I've been wanting to teach 'em for awhile,

  • but they're kids.

  • Ah, there's something in my toe.

  • Ah, okay, sorry, thought it was a bug.

  • I decided that it's time for the big kids

  • to learn some good oven safety skills.

  • I'm ready for them to learn how to put something

  • in the oven, and take something out of the oven.

  • The oven is cold, and so, I'm trying to teach the skills

  • right now when the oven is not hot.

  • Then, we're gonna try doing it with a hot oven,

  • and bake some cookies for our neighbors

  • that we're taking dinner to tonight.

  • - The oven is cold.

  • - [Mom] Open it up, grab it.

  • (clanking)

  • Don't touch the rack.

  • Okay, so, it's always better to go with both hands.

  • - These are my safety mittens, and they're dirty.

  • Kinda yucky.

  • - Alright, the oven is still cold.

  • Keep it flat.

  • Good job.

  • We don't want any of those cookies to fall off the sheet.

  • Okay.

  • Now, Elise, you gotta really watch on this side,

  • that you don't bump your hand.

  • (thudding)

  • Good job keepin' it level.

  • Oh, level.

  • No.

  • Open it up.

  • - Beep, beep, beep, beep.

  • There goes the timer.

  • - Good job.

  • Keep it flat.

  • Oh, you're doing a great job with those cookies.

  • Good work.

  • Good job. Keep it level.

  • Keep it level.

  • Oh