字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 - Daddy, that's so nummy. That's so nummy. - [Kendra] So good, huh? All right, good morning. We are having a happy Valentines breakfast. We're having German pancakes, grapes, strawberries, and, - Strawberry milk. - [Kendra] Strawberry milk. It's from a local dairy. It is like, extra amazing strawberry milk. - And it comes in a glass jar which is cool. - [Kendra] For some reason it just makes it cooler. - And it's so good, and it is milk but it tastes good from a cows. Cows make it. - If you feed the cows enough strawberries, then strawberry milk comes out, right? - Yeah. - Yeah. What happens if you feed the cows chocolate? - It turns into chocolate milk. - [Jeremy] What if you feed the cows pizza? - It will turn into pizza. - Awesome educational moment going on right now, so Caleb, what they actually do is the cows make regular milk, and then the people add yumminess to make it taste like strawberries. - I like banana and cotton candy. - My favorite kind is their root beer milk. (gasps) - I forgot about that. - Mine. - I love root beer. - Root beer, root beer. - Here's the smallest sippity sip in the world. Okay, I want to do a quick poll. Polling is a new thing on Youtube, so you can click the eye card and do the poll. Which member of our family will spill their milk first? - It's so good. It's so good. The first one to spill their milk first wins? - No. You don't want to spill your milk. We're letting the viewers guess on a poll who's gonna spill their milk first. (playful music) All right, we have our first spill, and you are a winner in the poll if you picked. Kendra. - It's not fair, 'cause I do a lot more pouring than anybody else. - [Jeremy] Well, they should have taken that into account when they were voting. - [Kendra] Oh, my goodness. - [Jeremy] So the bottom came off. - I was pouring Elise's and it just kind of wobbled and here we go, show 'em the wreckage. - [Jeremy] It's a spill. - [Kendra] But that's pretty minimal. - [Jeremy] At least you didn't get it on the food. - At least I know how to clean it up. - [Jeremy] Yeah. - Baby try. - [Kendra] Are you gonna try? So Laura's trying to dress herself today. The problem is she has a shirt that she's trying to wear as pants. (playful music) - [Caleb] That looks like a skirt. - [Kendra] It does look like a skirt. - Yes. I beautiful. - [Kendra] You're beautiful? Good job, big girl. Looks like she has a tail. (children laugh) She's like, what do I do with these? (children laugh) - What the back is. (Kendra gasps) (girl gasps) - [Kendra] Were you being a scary monster? - Tickle tickle tickle. - [Kendra] Ah! - That's scary. - [Kendra] Is that scary? - All right, so kind of like Easter, for Valentine's day, we set up hearts, and the kids are gonna do a heart hunt. Some of 'em are in harder places than others. Here we go. Laura, pick up the hearts. - I got one. - [Jeremy] Did you find a heart? - Oh, there's one up there! - [Jeremy] Good job. - Daddy, can you? - Nice. - Daddy can you get me that? (playful music) Where are we? - All right, we are trying something new today with our family. We are having cheese fondue for dinner. I have always wanted to do this, but with the young kids, I've been nervous to try it, so I'm actually still a little bit nervous. We'll see how this goes. Growing up, I knew of a family that had this as a tradition, and I always thought that sounded cool, so I wanted to do it with my family some day, and we're here! We've arrived at someday. Who's excited? - Me. (Kendra laughs) - Me! - Okay, so they're not overly eager, but they're gonna grow into it. - Me. - You're excited? - Me! - I'm kinda excited. - I excited. - [Kendra] You're excited? - This is a very cheesy meal. - [Jeremy] It is. - That's because - No, it's a very messy meal. - Mostly cheese that you eat. - So, what are your favorite things to fondue? (Kendra mumbles) So the things I'm enjoying the most are the mushrooms and the meat and the broccoli. I love the broccoli. - Yeah. If we're gonna go with favorite fondue items, it's everything with chocolate fondue, but if we're talking about dinner, I do really like the potatoes, the broccoli, the mushrooms, all really good. - We just had a very good meal. - Well, apparently, I made enough fondue for an army, does anybody wanna come have some fondue with us? - [Jeremy] Yeah, I think all the kids are done. - [Kendra] And Jeremy and I are getting full too. - Yep. Well, I don't think we're gonna be doing fondue with four little kids again next year. I think it's gonna be a couple years before we try that again. - It went well. There were lots of things I liked about it, like, I'm glad we tried it, but it's just a lot of work, and the kids couldn't really quite do it. - But I think they'll be much more successful with dessert. - We are making love potion, which is just kind of like root beer floats, but you use raspberry sherbet and Sprite. - Yummy. - So, should be good. - I'm excited. - I'm excited. - But when I make it, it makes you all fall in love with me. (Kendra laughs) - Fall in love with someone. - Yeah, me. - Or someone? - Who are you gonna fall in love with? I always get nervous those are gonna fizz over. - [Isaac] Can it be mine? - Why don't you give it to your secret Valentine? (Kendra gasps) - Caleb. (Kendra squeals) - [Kendra] What do you say, Caleb? - Thank you. - [Jeremy] Did you know Isaac was your secret Valentine? - Yeah, I was like, Isaac? I think that's my secret Valentine. - [Elise] He only thought. - So earlier this week, we chose names, and were secret Valentines for each other in the family, so it was somebody special to find ways to serve and love through the week, and so now we're giving these to our secret Valentines, so that we know who they were. Why don't you give that to your secret Valentine? (parents gasps) - Thank you. - You're welcome. - She's pretty intrigued by this. (gentle music) - Thank you. - Look at my secret Valentine. - Thanks. - I love you. - I love you, too. Mine's actually does taste like love. - [Kendra] Woah. - So we're going around picking each person in the family and saying what we love about them, and it is pretty adorable to hear what each of the kids are saying about each other. It's really sweet. - These are tender parenting moments. (parents laugh) - [Jeremy] It didn't even get on you. - [Kendra] Who wants a bath tonight? - Me. - Yeah. - [Kendra] Laura, what do you love about Elise? - Jesus. - [Kendra] You love that Elise helps you learn about Jesus? - So Laura's answer to every question has been Jesus. It's been really funny. (parents laugh) - We're gonna go down on that thing. - Daddy, that's so nummy. That's so nummy. - [Kendra] So good, huh? Well, friends, I had to clean up the floor, but I couldn't bring myself to clean up the walls. Anyway, as I was cleaning up last night, I was able to read so many of the notes, and they just were really touching, and humbling and just thank you all so much for your sweet words and for sharing encouragement with me and for sharing the beauty that you see. I think sometimes it's so hard to see the wonderful things about ourselves, even though they're there, and so, thank you for that. I really appreciated it. - [Jeremy] I know something's going on when she's hiding in the corner. - It's like, fun sized Twix bar. - [Jeremy] Mm, already had one of those today. - Did you? - In that same spot. - I was just getting some motivation to clean up the kitchen. - [Jeremy] Yeah, let's just not do it. - [Elise] Good night. - Say so out good night.