– [Kendra] Alright, now you just need to find something for your brothers. (gasps) (upbeat music) – This is Janae’s first time to do the kid’s gift exchange shopping. Cubby’s hiding his stuff. – Oh. – You can hear ’em? – Yeah, they’re right there. – You want to get that for Elise? – Merry Christmas. – Today is one of my favorite
Christmas traditions. And that’s when the kids
go Christmas shopping for each other and for Jeremy and I. They earn their own money and we come to the Dollar Store and they buy gifts. And it’s just always so sweet. (upbeat music) (Janae laughing) – Did you see us? – Yes (babbling) – One of the tricky
parts of this every year is how to let the kids do their
shopping with Jeremy and I, but without each other seeing
what each other are buying. So do you know what you want to buy? – Yep. – Alright, let’s do this. – It’s a unicorn, I
think Janae will like it. – She would like a unicorn. – Who would like a unicorn? – Elise! – Looks like Janae likes them too. Janae is helping Laura
do her shopping, helping. – How about that, Elise
and Nae-Nae have a unicorn? That will work. – Do you want to get them matching gifts? I think they would like that. – Okay. – Who’s the yellow one for?
– Nae-Nae. – ‘Cause she loves yellow.
– Nae-Nae! – If I were Caleb, I think
I would want one of these. – [Kendra] A dart shooter? [Upbeat Music] – This is Janae’s first time to do the kid’s gift exchange shopping. The first person you’re gonna
be shopping for is Laura. – Go! [Gasp] Play-Doh! Play-Doh for Laura. Bunch of, a pink one. Cub, who do you wanna get for first? – Let’s get Isaac. So Isaac, this year I’m gonna trick him. Gonna get him the 2018 sticker collection, I’m pretty sure it’s ready. – [Jeremy] So you’re gonna
trick him with how you wrap it? – Uh huh – But it’s gonna be the
same thing as always? – Yeah, he always knows.
Like last year what you did. [Upbeat Music] – I’m going to get Janae done first. I’m gonna get this. – [Jeremy] What are you
gonna get for Laura? – Has anybody got her a My Little Pony thing?
– I don’t think so. – I’ll get her this. – Now it’s time for Isaac. – [Kendra] What? (laughing) You knew just what you wanted for him. Gotta go to the back for
the pink fairy wings. Who’s that for? – Laura – [Kendra] What would Dad like? – Santa. New gloves! – Do you think Dad would like new gloves? – Yeah. (santa saying ho, ho, ho) (laughing) – Well Janae approves this present. – Does dad like this color? – Caleb just told me I can’t go with him. He’s getting a present for me. I couldn’t see what it was. – It’s always sweet to me to see how well the kids know
their brothers and sisters because they’re always picking
out such thoughtful things and it’s just really entertaining. I love this tradition. So you need to go shopping
for your brothers still. You need something for
Isaac and for Caleb. – (gasps) I really know what they like. – [Kendra] What do they like? – Paper, they – Paper
– always write on it. Here’s one that matches to one of Isaac’s. – [Kendra] Making sure he’s not there before you go to the next aisle. We just saw the boys. I nearly shrieked and
ran around the corner. – Yes. – She does not want them
to see what’s in her bin. – Don’t let her see. Next is Caleb. – Oh. – You get something for Caleb. Oh Spider Man!
(babbling) That’s perfect! You got him a magic towel. You just add water and it
turns into a Spider Man towel. – This! – You wanna get that? – That. This, ‘Lise. – You want to get that for Elise? Put it in the basket. – That one. – [Jeremy] Is that for Caleb? – Yup. What do you think he’ll like about it? – I think he’ll like that it makes noise. – What kind of noise does it make? (tuba sound) Get something for Isaac! – This?
– That? – No.
– No. – This?
(gasping) – This?
– That? That. What are you going to put
in the basket for him? This one’s for Isaac. Alright now Janae is shopping for Dad. – Ball ball. – You want to get a ball for Daddy? – Yes.
– Come on. – You Momma would like some silly string. – [Kendra] You know me so well. – So this, I heard them, oh! – [Jeremy] You can hear ’em?
– Yeah, they’re right there. – Hey Elise-y, don’t let
her see what you’re getting. There’s Mom, don’t let
’em see what you got. Cubby’s hiding his stuff. So what do you think Elise would like? – Some art stuff.
– Art stuff? – This even comes with a pen, good v-v, What does that say? – Good vibes. – I’ll get her this. It even comes with a pen. – [Kendra] What are you thinking about? – I think Laura would like this. – There’s some other
colored ones behind it too. Do you think she’d like this
or the fairy wings more? – This. – Yeah? – We had to sneak to another side of the store so that
the kids wouldn’t see. Do you want to get something for Mom? – Uh-huh. – She got it, a balloon, a
happy birthday balloon for Mom. (laughing) – Oh that’s awesome. Alright, we’re gonna
go check out for Janae. – I got my money. – [Kendra] Are you ready to go buy it? – Can I keep the change? – [Jeremy] Sure. – I’ve been saving up on change. (laughing) – [Jeremy] There we go. (beeping sounds) – [Clerk] $5.49. Thank you. – Here. – [Clerk] $6.29 – Oh yay, I’ll get a ton of change. (laughing) – Merry Christmas. – [Jeremy] Well the kids
had some extra money. They wanted to donate it. – This one, this one
– Good, Good. – This one, and that one. – [Jeremy] Nae-Nae’s putting some in. – [Kendra] Oh good. (bell ringing) (laughing) – [Jeremy] Merry Christmas. – [Children] Merry Christmas. (screeching sound) – What just happened? – Laura brought in
something she didn’t buy. – So Laura was carrying this like snowman that was singing songs. Yep, we don’t take stuff out we don’t buy. – Always a good reminder. It’s amazing how much you
can see about somebody’s personality from the way that
they wrap Christmas presents. At least in our family,
that is totally true. Oh, she’s so focused. (Rustling sounds) Hey this is pretty impressive
for a five-year-old. – You mean a four-year-old. – (gasps) You’re right you’re
still four but your birthday is coming up soon, huh? That looks so nice. So you got this one for Laura? – Yeah. – She’s gonna love it. – Question, do you like wrapping presents? – Depends on how they are
like if they are like a box, I like doing those, but overall yeah, I like wrapping presents. – Poll question, do you
like wrapping presents? Personally, I love wrapping presents. It’s really fun. Using the knee to keep
it down, very smart. (tape clicking) – There. – To Nae-Nae, from Isaac. – [Jeremy] Is that what you got for Isaac? – Mm-hmm.
– Oh, he’s gonna love it. (cutting sounds) So why are you putting the ribbon on top? – So that Mom doesn’t know what it is. – (whispering) So tricky. – So Caleb really doesn’t
want Isaac to be able to guess his present, and we’ve already
wrapped it with some extra padding, but we feel like
this could still give it away. So now we’re gonna wrap
it again, with what? – (whispering) balloon. – The question is do you think
the balloon’s going to pop? Do you think this is gonna work? – I think he’s gonna
think I bought him a ball. – (whispers) A ball. – We’re excited for the
kid’s gift exchange. It’s always one of my
favorite parts of Christmas. – The kids can’t wait. I’m gonna be surprised if they can keep the secrets that long. Already I’ve seen them
like, guess what I got you. I’m like, shh, don’t tell it’s a surprise. – Let us know in the comments some of your favorite Christmas traditions. J House out. – Everybody’s bla-haah-haaaaa! (silly music) – One point, I cried. – [Kendra] Nae, it’s time to go. – No!