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  • (mother cooing)

  • - [Mother] So clean.

  • (dramatic orchestral music)

  • - Good morning, everyone.

  • Man, this vlog must feel like

  • we're just going back and forth, back and forth,

  • We're at the old house, we're at the new house,

  • We're at the old house, we're at the new house,

  • and that's what life is.

  • Life for us right now is just going back and forth.

  • This room's almost done, it's pretty empty,

  • so that's good, good news there.

  • My office.

  • Julie.

  • Just 'cause mom's gonna take that couch,

  • that's why that's still there,

  • but this is mostly all gone.

  • I love finding stuff like this.

  • BFG, signed by the cast and director.

  • Steven Spielberg, maybe you've heard of him.

  • This is still here.

  • I'll come back for you, good Lego Disney World castle.

  • Wait for me.

  • We still have a giant gourd and a balloon up there,

  • that we need to get at some point.

  • Look at all this stuff we set out to donate.

  • It's so much stuff.

  • Look at this ridiculousness that's happening here.

  • (mother laughs)

  • Oh, hey, cool kid, you're wearing some cool kicks.

  • - Yeah, some new shoes, look at this fella.

  • - [Father] Do those even fit him, Jess?

  • - Look at the back of his thing.

  • - [Father] Oh my goodness, he's got little scales.

  • - [Mother] No, they're like the tiniest shoes ever,

  • and they are definitely too big.

  • But Parker really wanted him to wear them.

  • - [Father] Why is he wearing shoes that are too big?

  • - They're not too big.

  • - [Father] Yeah, they're a little bit, a lot too big.

  • - No.

  • - [Mother] Parker loves him in shoes.

  • Don't you, buddy?

  • - Yeah.

  • This is his first time in shoes.

  • Right, mom? - First time ever.

  • - In his whole life?

  • In his whole life, how cool. - Duncan, you can look back

  • and remember the first time you ever wore shoes.

  • It's today!

  • - [Mother] Today's the day, fella.

  • - [Parker] Today's the day, fella.

  • This is the day, today, felly.

  • - [Mother] Wanna sing him a song?

  • ♫ I love you

  • ♫ I love your shoes

  • ♫ I love your shoes

  • I'm rocking him just like

  • on the car seat.

  • I love you, Duncan.

  • I love you, Duncan, with your shoes.

  • All about with you.

  • Put your hands up

  • To this song

  • You want to have your shoes on

  • But forget your shoes

  • Forget your shoes

  • Put you hands up.

  • - [Father] Hi, buddy.

  • You having a good day?

  • - Yes, he is.

  • But today,

  • he wasn't really.

  • - [Mother] Why, what happened?

  • - He cried a bunch.

  • (Parker exclaims)

  • - [Father] What was wrong?

  • Did you figure out what was wrong?

  • - He needed mommy milk.

  • He needed mommy milk and then he needed Parker,

  • and then he needed daddy, and then he needed,

  • - [Father] I think he's,

  • I think he needed a diaper change.

  • Did he need a big diaper change?

  • Yeah.

  • Was it a real big one?

  • - It was blowout.

  • - [Father] Oh my goodness.

  • Did you blow poop out of your diaper?

  • - He did.

  • - [Father] What?

  • - He did. - Oh, he did, okay.

  • The big kids are at basketball practice,

  • I'm gonna go pick them up.

  • Or basketball camp, summer camp.

  • So I'm gonna go pick them up,

  • and then Duncan has his one month doctor visit today.

  • What a big boy, going to the doctors.

  • Are you excited?

  • I thought so.

  • - And I think we're gonna get

  • official bath approval for him.

  • We've been waiting for the doctor

  • to really sign off on submerging his body in water,

  • so I think he gets his first bath tonight.

  • Yay yay yay!

  • (goofy music)

  • Duncan had a great doctor appointment,

  • no more stinky belly button.

  • He's ready for some great bath time fun,

  • so we'll have a bath party tonight,

  • and hopefully stick him in the sink

  • with his cool little baby bathtub if it fits.

  • I think that would be

  • the cutest and most fun, but we'll see.

  • And he still looks like he's on the tall side,

  • and on the lean side,

  • like 43 percentile for weight

  • and 97th, I think, for height.

  • And then his head (laughs),

  • his head isn't growing as much anymore,

  • so we humbled him, I guess (laughs).

  • I don't know.

  • It's fine, it's just,

  • 75th percentile instead of 80th or something, I don't know.

  • - So disappointing.

  • Really disappointing.

  • 75th percentile.

  • What's he doing?

  • - I don't know, he has a big head.

  • He is currently 23 inches tall,

  • and nine pounds, 11 ounces.

  • How exciting.

  • - He's growing, he's getting bigger.

  • - Big boy.

  • Can you imagine 23 inches

  • in a little nine pound person?

  • A nine pound human.

  • Unreal.

  • Babies are amazing.

  • Things aren't going exactly as planned tonight.

  • We planned on giving Duncan a bath in the kitchen sink,

  • but his little bath thing was too big to fit in there.

  • He's got a little seat, too big.

  • So that's not gonna work.

  • And also, things kind of got crazy at the house

  • and when we got really busy with organizing stuff,

  • so it got too late for the kids to be involved.

  • So they'll see his next bath.

  • Bailey was really excited about it.

  • This is the test bath run.

  • Duncan's gonna take his first bath in this bathtub,

  • and it'll also be my first time in this bathtub.

  • (baby cries)

  • Oh, don't be scared, I'm in it with you, buddy.

  • I'm gonna go in, too.

  • - [Mother] Yay.

  • - Are you excited?

  • You excited?

  • (baby babbles)

  • Yeah.

  • Oh, don't worry, we'll take your clothes off.

  • Don't worry.

  • You ready for the bath?

  • Ready to take a bath?

  • Yeah.

  • This is gonna be fun,

  • or traumatizing.

  • Could go either way.

  • - [Mother] Hey, boys ready for your bath?

  • - Come on, bath time.

  • (baby cries)

  • Oh, don't start that now, look at this.

  • Ooh.

  • Ooh.

  • What do you think?

  • What do you think of that?

  • Ooh.

  • (light cheery music)

  • Ooh.

  • Is that nice?

  • (mother laughs)

  • Yeah, let's get some more.

  • - [Mother] It's like that stuff

  • you swam around in inside mommy.

  • Yeah.

  • - [Father] What do you think?

  • Pretty fantastic?

  • There we go.

  • There we go.

  • Baby wash and shampoo, it's two-in-one, Duncan.

  • - [Mother] This is the little thing

  • you're supposed to use in his hair,

  • wipe it like that.

  • - [Father] This is two-in-one, you're gonna love it.

  • Here we go.

  • That's good, oh yeah.

  • Ooh.

  • Smell that?

  • That's a new smell.

  • - [Mother] Can I smell it?

  • - [Father] You can smell it.

  • - [Mother] Ooh, it's lovely.

  • - [Father] That's a new smell for you.

  • Okay, let's get that hair.

  • Let's get that hair.

  • Does that feel nice?

  • Scrub-a-dub dubbers.

  • Scrub-a-dub dubbers.

  • You're doing a good job.

  • - [Mother] You like it more than any of our other kids.

  • Especially since you got in here with kind of a sour mood.

  • You spent so much time with all that amniotic fluid.

  • - [Father] Let's lift you up just a little bit

  • to get the back of your head.

  • Ooh.

  • Yeah.

  • There we go, ooh.

  • Ooh.

  • (baby babbles)

  • - [Mother] So soft.

  • You okay, baby bear?

  • Hey Duncan.

  • You love your bath, mister?

  • (water draining)

  • Hi, sweetie bean.

  • - Ready, little guy?

  • Here we go.

  • My aunt once described holding a baby during bath time

  • like holding a wet pig.

  • (baby babbles)

  • What do you think?

  • I'm not calling you a pig, don't worry.

  • You ready to go in the water?

  • (mother cooing)

  • - [Mother] So clean.

  • Cleany clean. - Hey, that feels good.

  • - That feels good.

  • - [Parker] Why is dad holding a baby

  • inside of a bath tub?

  • - Look who snuck out of bed during bath time.

  • - I wanted to see if he was doing his first bath,

  • so I wanted to come over here.

  • Is he done with his first bath?

  • - [Mother] Yep, he did a great job.

  • - Is he gonna be,

  • (baby cries)

  • - [Father] We need a towel.

  • - Oh, I'll go get one.

  • Here it is, here it is.

  • - Okay, I'm gonna pass you off to mommy,

  • so I don't stand up in a bath with a baby.

  • - [Mother] Here, baby.

  • (baby cries)

  • Oh, cuddle buns.

  • We have a little rope for him.

  • Okay, let me see.

  • Yeah.

  • - [Father] There you go.

  • - [Parker] I wanna see him flip over.

  • - [Mother] Go, boy.

  • - Hi.

  • Let's talk about what we learned today.

  • We learned that we forgot to pack our oversized gourd.

  • We learned that Parker wants to teach his brother

  • what's really important in life, like shoes.

  • And finally, we learned that Duncan does not like it