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  • - Bye.

  • - Bye.

  • - [Kendra] What are you guys doin'?

  • - Vloggin'.

  • (tropical beat music)

  • - I decided when I'm older,

  • I'm never gonna grow up.

  • - [Jeremy] Laura, you're doing awesome.

  • - Thanks.

  • - Isaac's doing the coolest thing,

  • you gotta see this.

  • Well it's kinda rainy and dreary out today.

  • Jeremy is at work

  • and the kids and I are starting the day off with a prayer.

  • Dear Heavenly Father--

  • (tender music)

  • We're having a good breakfast this morning,

  • eggs, toast, yogurt, granola

  • and talking about things that we're grateful for

  • and really really trying to get the day off

  • to a good start.

  • Hopefully it helps.

  • ("Ode to Joy")

  • (jazzy piano playing)

  • (lively music)

  • - Hi. - Hi.

  • (laughing)

  • - She just had a baby.

  • - And her name is Lily.

  • - Bye. - Bye.

  • - [Kendra] What are you guys doing?

  • - Vloggin'.

  • Now I need to edit the video.

  • - Can you send the video to me?

  • That's really funny.

  • - [Kendra] How's your baby?

  • - She's doing good.

  • (kiss)

  • - [Kendra] We have this old phone

  • and Janae is playing with it.

  • She's been saying hello, it's adorable.

  • - Hello.

  • - [Kendra] Hello.

  • - Hello.

  • - So with the kids pretending to vlog this morning

  • and Janae walking around saying hello,

  • it just makes me so aware,

  • almost painfully aware of the fact

  • that my kids are watching me all the time

  • and they're learning from what I do,

  • and for good and for bad,

  • so I need to watch what I'm doing

  • and make sure I'm setting a really good example

  • for them to follow.

  • Bye, where are you guys going?

  • - To his wedding.

  • - [Kendra] You guys are going to Caleb's wedding?

  • - Yeah. - Have fun.

  • (shaker rattling)

  • - Somebody found shakers

  • and is so proud of herself.

  • I love watching her play.

  • It's just interesting to see

  • how she's exploring and discovering stuff.

  • It's truly entertaining to me.

  • Isaac's doing the coolest thing, you gotta see this.

  • - I figured out how far the free throw line would be

  • compared to an NBA place.

  • This hoop is five feet 10 inches tall.

  • The real NBA hoop is 10 feet tall

  • so I found what's 60 percent

  • and I looked in a book to see

  • what the free throw line,

  • how far it is from the hoop and it's 19 feet.

  • - So Isaac measured the hoop in his room

  • and compared it to a real NBA hoop

  • and then he took the distance that it would normally be

  • to a free throw line and used that same percentage

  • to calculate how far out his free throw line should be.

  • So Janae and I are spending some quality time on the stairs.

  • I'm trying to teach her how to go down correctly.

  • She's so close to getting it.

  • (Janae babbling)

  • Yeah, are you learning?

  • So as soon as Janae learns to safely go down the stairs,

  • we can move the baby gate.

  • She goes up just great,

  • but we gotta teach her how to go down safely,

  • which just takes practice huh?

  • Elise had a great idea,

  • the big kids are gonna show Janae how to do it.

  • Sit down, turn around and go down.

  • (bluesy music)

  • Stop, sit.

  • (Janae yells)

  • Good job, yay, she says cheer.

  • Going down.

  • - [Isaac] She sees us just walk down the stairs.

  • - I know, so it's hard for her.

  • - Yay! - Yay!

  • - Sit down.

  • (kids clapping)

  • - Yay! - Yay!

  • - Turn around and then you go down.

  • Yay! - Yay!

  • (bright guitar music)

  • - [Jeremy] So for snack we're doing nuts and dried fruit.

  • The kids were all complaining

  • that they wanted a snack.

  • Nae Nae's like what about me?

  • - I decided when I'm older,

  • I'm never gonna grow up.

  • - [Jeremy] You don't wanna grow up?

  • - Yep, I'm gonna stay a kid.

  • - [Jeremy] Why?

  • - 'Cause I just like my childhood.

  • - [Jeremy] Good.

  • How bout you Isaac?

  • Do you ever want to grow up?

  • - Yeah.

  • - [Child] Why?

  • - I wanna sometime be in the NFL or NBA.

  • - [Jeremy] So to play sports?

  • - Mmm-hmm, and also to have kids, I wanna have kids.

  • - I wanna grow up

  • and I want to try to be on the same team as Isaac.

  • - [Jeremy] For sports.

  • Nae Nae, do you want to grow up

  • or be a kid forever?

  • - A kid.

  • - [Jeremy] A kid.

  • (Jeremy laughs)

  • - [Caleb] No, she's saying frog.

  • - [Jeremy] She said I want to be a frog.

  • (laughing)

  • A dog, you think about dogs?

  • I want to be a dog.

  • This is a tough choice,

  • what should I be when I grow up?

  • (tropical beat music)

  • You jumpin'?

  • I love how she has one little finger up.

  • (Janae squeals)

  • Hey.

  • - Ha!

  • (Jeremy laughs)

  • - [Jeremy] That's a wall.

  • (Janae squeals)

  • Face plant.

  • These boys have been playing basketball

  • for at least a couple hours today.

  • - Four hours.

  • - [Jeremy] Four hours?

  • Nice.

  • Walk.

  • (playful music)

  • (Kendra laughs)

  • Are you walking the dog?

  • - So when we first got it,

  • she would walk towards the dog

  • and didn't understand she had to pull it.

  • - [Elise] It's gonna walk toward me if I--

  • - [Jeremy] Nice.

  • So Elise is trying to advance

  • to the next level in gymnastics.

  • - Yep.

  • - [Jeremy] This is one of the things

  • she was told to work on.

  • - Hand stand, flat back,

  • it's like a tree falling down. - Hand stand, flat backs.

  • - [Jeremy] Okay.

  • (whack)

  • - Our family is kind of switching up our morning routine

  • and getting some new chore systems into place.

  • We're needing the kids to be involved more

  • and this is an object lesson

  • that's gonna hopefully gonna explain to them more.

  • Alright guys, so this cup is me

  • and that water is all of my energy and strength, okay?

  • And these cups are everything that I need to do in a day.

  • Shall we see how far my energy lasts?

  • So let's say I need to start the day

  • with changing Janae's diaper.

  • That's not too hard.

  • Now I'm going to make some breakfast.

  • - [Caleb] A little harder.

  • - Now I need to teach the kids some school.

  • Uh-oh, there was some whining,

  • that takes more energy from Mom,

  • whenever there's whining, it takes more energy.

  • I need to plan the rest of the meals

  • for our family.

  • How about go grocery shopping,

  • is that something Mom does?

  • - Yeah. _ That's real easy.

  • - [Kendra] Then I put Janae down for a nap,

  • maybe feed Janae.

  • Uh-oh, how's my water doing guys?

  • - Not very well.

  • - [Kendra] Do I have very much left over?

  • Now it's time for some laundry.

  • How about cleaning up the kitchen?

  • - [Caleb] That might take away all of it.

  • - [Kendra] Well do you know what just happened?

  • - What? - What?

  • - [Kendra] Now some kids are arguing,

  • that takes extra energy.

  • Oh man, they're still arguing,

  • that takes more energy.

  • Now Mom's gonna clean the house,

  • clean up all the clutter, maybe the shoes.

  • - You're almost out.

  • - [Kendra] I know.

  • I gotta respond to some emails, do some work.

  • Oh no, what happened?

  • - Your energy ran out. - Your energy ran out.

  • - [Kendra] My energy ran out.

  • - So maybe we could do a few of that stuff

  • to take it away, so you still have a lot.

  • - [Kendra] You think so?

  • So see this water?

  • - Uh-huh. - Uh-huh.

  • - [Kendra] This is things that fill Mommy up, okay?

  • When Mommy gets to sleep at night, that helps.

  • When Mommy gets to exercise, that helps.

  • When Mommy's able to pray

  • and read her scriptures, that helps.

  • When Mommy has cheerful attitudes

  • from her kiddos, that helps.

  • - When they help with Nae Nae.

  • - [Kendra] Yep, when you guys help me out, that helps.

  • And then look what I have.

  • Now I have more water.

  • So now when you guys say hey Mom,

  • can we go to the park, well sure,

  • I've still got some water,

  • we can go to the park.

  • Mom, can we invite a friend over?

  • Yeah sure, I've got some extra water,

  • we can invite some friends over.

  • Hey Mom, can we make cookies?

  • Sure, no problem.

  • - Oh yeah, let's, we can make cookies!

  • - So now there's water left over.

  • So this analogy was about Mom,

  • but every single person only has so much strength.

  • They can only do so much.

  • What did you learn from that?

  • - I learned that the more we obey

  • and the less time we take from Mom,

  • the more fun stuff we get to do.

  • - [Kendra] As a family?

  • - And because Mom has way more energy.

  • - If you're losing your energy,

  • we should hop on and you'll get your energy back.

  • - When we obey,

  • there's more energy.

  • When we help you,

  • we can do more fun stuff.

  • - But if we disobey and we're whining,

  • then all your energy goes out

  • and we just kind of have a bad time of day.

  • Hallelujah

  • (lively guitar music)

  • - [Kendra] So Laura's been talking to me today