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  • - Don't you just love Ikea?

  • All the sights that you can see?

  • All the cool displays?

  • (laughing)

  • (majestic playful music)

  • Good morning everyone.

  • Today I'm making breakfast,

  • while the kids play a game.

  • How are you this morning?

  • - I'm good.

  • It should be noted that for the kids

  • this is second breakfast,

  • because Jacob and Bailey actually made smoothies

  • for them, for Bailey, Jacob and Parker,

  • while we stayed in bed with the baby a little longer.

  • Look at this guy.

  • - [Christopher] Hey little guy.

  • You looking out the window?

  • Enjoying that view?

  • (crying)

  • Apparently not.

  • - He's anti-views.

  • - [Christopher] He doesn't like views.

  • - He doesn't like views.

  • - [Christopher] How's your smoothie this morning?

  • - Good.

  • - [Christopher] Yeah, it was a good recipe?

  • - Ooh, I know where that one is.

  • - [Christopher] They are wrapped up in this game,

  • I shouldn't interrupt.

  • Oh so close.

  • - Wait, I know one.

  • - [Christopher] Queen, ah, different queens, oh no.

  • (sweet mellow music)

  • - [Jessica] Look what Duncan can do you guys.

  • He wants to show you.

  • - [Bailey] Oh good boy.

  • - He's lifting his head up bigger.

  • (crying)

  • - [Jessica] Oh is he getting tired?

  • - [Jacob] I'll hold him.

  • - Today has been another one of those cleaning

  • slash organizing days.

  • The baby's asleep upstairs.

  • (lullaby playing)

  • The other kids are watching a movie.

  • - Jacob is at 200 dollars in fidget spinner money

  • from his donation bags

  • that he has accumulated during this move of ours.

  • - Basically anytime that they fill up a trash bag,

  • like a big trash bag full of donation stuff,

  • they get 10 dollars worth of a fidget spinner.

  • - They get a fidget spinner that is worth

  • 10 dollars or less.

  • - Or, a movie.

  • - Or a movie.

  • And now it's kind of turned into like,

  • or a small toy item of your choice

  • that's under 10 dollars.

  • Like we're kind of expanding on ideas

  • because he got a lot of fidget spinners

  • (laughs)

  • and now he's going for movies.

  • And it's awesome,

  • because the house is quiet, because they're watching movies,

  • but the kids have put in effort

  • that they're proud of and happy about.

  • Jakey picked a movie that he thought Parker would like.

  • He picked Paw Patrol,

  • because he wanted to make Parker happy and comfortable

  • with the movie choice.

  • It was so sweet.

  • - And now his room is set up like a movie theater.

  • I'll show you.

  • This is the toy closet in the boy's room.

  • Did you guys make a movie theater?

  • - Yeah.

  • - So it even has a curtain that they pulled up

  • so they can watch a movie.

  • That's awesome.

  • Not only did they donate a giant bag

  • of stuff, but they're being quiet and letting us work,

  • and they're taking care of each other

  • and being nice to each other.

  • - They're so sweet.

  • - It's the best.

  • - My hair's doing this again.

  • You can tell I've been moving the house

  • when my hair starts doing that.

  • - Same.

  • - I wish your hair did that.

  • I wish Christopher had hair bits that went out to here.

  • - So when I was in high school,

  • I tried to slick my hair back.

  • That was like a thing that I was trying to do.

  • I had a big tub of stuff, it was gross,

  • that I put in my hair.

  • - It smelled good, like watermelon.

  • - And but what would happen is only the top would stay

  • plastered to my head,

  • and I'd have these bozo side things going on.

  • (clown horn)

  • 'Cause not only did I not know how to brush my hair,

  • I also did not know how to ask for my hair cut.

  • It was bushy and then not.

  • Skull cap.

  • - That's how you reeled me in.

  • - Yeah, it works.

  • Go for the bozo look guys.

  • I'm telling you.

  • Look who woke up.

  • Look who woke up.

  • It's Duncan.

  • (baby cooing)

  • Yeah, that's a squeaky noise.

  • It seems like you're almost gonna cry,

  • but I'm hoping you don't.

  • I'm gonna bounce you a little bit.

  • A little bouncy rock.

  • A little bouncy rock.

  • That's a good model pose you got going there.

  • A little blue steel.

  • Duncan's awake, and that means that,

  • well first of all, he's gonna eat some food.

  • You hungry?

  • Yep, that's what I thought.

  • And then we might go to Ikea to pick up some dressers

  • that we need for our bedroom,

  • so that we can organize stuff.

  • Right now we're kind of in this place

  • where we don't have furniture,

  • and we don't have all the shelves and drawers

  • that we need to store everything.

  • So we need to do a quick Ikea run, I think.

  • What do you think?

  • Do you want to go to Ikea?

  • You don't even know.

  • You don't even know what Ikea's like.

  • It's crazy.

  • It's a crazy place.

  • Do you want to go check it out?

  • Still sleepy?

  • Yeah, me too.

  • That's how I feel after a nap.

  • I'm sleepy still.

  • Leave me alone.

  • So I was all excited because I thought

  • it was gonna be Duncan's first time ever

  • at our Ikea, and it turns out that it's everyone's

  • first time at our Ikea,

  • because our Ikea changed locations.

  • And I had no idea.

  • - It's really strange.

  • Christopher and I have been going to this Ikea

  • for like 15 years.

  • - Yes, since we were in college.

  • - Since we were in college.

  • And we just drove up, we just followed our navigation

  • and showed up at a completely different Ikea.

  • - But it's very close to where the old one was.

  • So it's like, what, where are we,

  • why does everything look so different?

  • It's totally different.

  • - It is massive and totally different,

  • and we had no idea.

  • - So we're gonna experience it

  • for the first time with Duncan.

  • Uh-oh.

  • - [Jessica] Come on, oh you guys.

  • - You have to push the button.

  • (elevator dings)

  • We just missed the elevator.

  • - Look how big this elevator is.

  • - [Christopher] We could have a dance party in here.

  • - Dance party.

  • (groovy dance music)

  • (elevator dings)

  • - Okay, elevator dance party is done.

  • We have to look really calm

  • for when the doors open and other people look at us.