ğŸŽƒHALLOWEEN PARTY!!

ğŸŽƒHALLOWEEN PARTY!!


– [Kendra] Remember how
we asked you to go potty right before we put on your costume? (upbeat music) – Whoa. – Lions and tigers, and bears, oh my. (upbeat music) – Is that your doggy nose? – No. – So Kendra ordered most of
our Halloween costumes online, but there’s a few things
we still need to pick up. (upbeat music) – It’s too big on me. I found Moana. – [Jeremy] That’s what you did last year. – Uh-huh. – [Jeremy] There’s a Tin Man. – Oh, we need Tin Man. (classical music) So much leaves. – There’s so many beautiful trees around. There was one we just had to
stop and play in the leaves. – Wee. (classical music) (enchanted piano music) – I’m ironing my dress,
getting it ready for tonight. We’re going to a Halloween party, and so it’s going to be
a little crazy getting us all ready at the same time. I’m trying to get as much
done ahead of time as I can. What are you being for Halloween? – Glinda the Good Witch. – What color is your costume? – Pink, my favorite color. – So, Laura’s Glinda the Good
Witch crown came a little big. It kinda goes over her whole head. – [Jeremy] And that’s size four. – So we got these Velcro
tabs and we’re just going to put them in different spots. (suspenseful music) Does it fit? – Uh-huh. – Yes.
– There we go. Good job, you look great. – When I get my curled hair,
I will be more beautiful, and my makeup done. – That’s gonna happen. T-minus two hours until
our Halloween party. We have found all the pieces
to all the Halloween costumes and they’re all laid out on the bed. We have a lot to do in the next two hours. – Two hours? – [Kendra] That’s how much longer we have. We gotta eat dinner so we can get ready. – Who knows how long the
make-up will be for the witch? – [Kendra] The Witch, and the Tin Man, and the Lion, and the Scarecrow. We’ve got quite a bit of make-up to do. And, the Good Witch Glinda. You already did your nails? Ready to go. (upbeat music) – [Jeremy] The calm before the storm. You excited to get ready for the party? – [All] Yeah. – So I’ve never done any kind
of costume make-up before, and I’m in charge of Caleb. He’s the Tin Man, so I figure
it’s gonna be pretty easy. I just smear like gray silver
goop all over his face. – Except for the eyes. – [Kendra] That’s important to remember. – It sounds kinda like sunscreen,
but it doesn’t disappear. – [Kendra] That sounds about right. (upbeat music) – Whoa. (squealing) – [Jeremy] It’s green. – It’s so green. (upbeat music) (laughing) – [Jeremy] Does it tickle a little bit? – Yeah, oh that’s weird in my ear. I just gotta clean out my ear wax. – [Jeremy] (laughs) you
have some gross ear wax. (laughing) – [Kendra] Hello. – Can I see it? Caleb you look like the
Tin Man on your face. – I’m stylish. – Hello. – [Kendra] Oh my goodness. – Oh my. – [Kendra] Is this your first sight of it? – Yes. – It’s not going on as
thick as I had hoped, but it’s turning her face green. (clock ticking) – [Kendra] Who’s here? It’s Aunt Michelle and cousin Luke. So my sister in-law
Michelle was coming over to take a picture of us, once
we’re all in our costumes, and she’s so sweet and
came a little bit early to help us with hair and
make-up on all the kids. – [Kendra] Look at me. – Ooh, you like it? – I can’t wait. – [Kendra] Oh, you look so beautiful. – I know. (Kendra laughing) – [Kendra] Spoken like
a true four year old. Kay, go get your dress on. (playful music) – What shoes do you want me to wear? – You look so much like Glinda. – Hah, I look just like Glinda. (laughing) – I need to go pee. – Remember how we asked you to go potty right before we put on your costume? Did you go potty? – But, I need to go pee again. – [Kendra] Poor Janae has
no idea what’s going on, but, she knows she wants her shoes on. You want your socks? – I’m doing Elise’s witch’s
hair, and this is so fun. I’m just covering it in hair spray and ratting it all over the place. I wish this hairdo would come in style, because I would rock it. (suspenseful music) – [Kendra] Okay, give us
your best witches cackle. (Elise cackles) – I’m gonna get you. – Should I be concerned
that there’s all this like, evil hidden in there? Janae does not know what’s going on. (Elise giggles) Mom, what happened to her? (Elise laughs) Janae, are you a doggy? – No.
– Let’s put a nose on you. Do you want more? She’s kinda smiling about it. – [Kendra] She’s like bring it. Is that your doggy nose? – No.
– No? – [Jeremy] Alright man, you ready to become the Cowardly Lion? – Yep. (classical music) (laughing) (all cheering) – Oh that looks fantastic. Can you roar?
– Roar. (explosion booms) – [Jeremy] It’s the
Wicked Witch of the West. – What do you think you’re doing here? – Uh-oh, my nose itched. Did I mess up my make-up on my nose? – [Caleb] No. – [Jeremy] It’s the Cowardly Lion. Are you being cowardly? – Kind of.
(Jeremy laughs) Roar. Somebody’s pulling my tail. I was the king of the forest. – [Jeremy] Looks like the
Tin Man is rusted again. Well, we’re gonna go to the party. We’ll come get you when we’re done, okay? Just kidding. (circus music) ♪ If I only had a heart. ♪ ♪ If I only had a heart. ♪ – [Jeremy] It’s Glinda the Good Witch. – I saved everybody. Dorothy, I saved her life from going home. – [Kendra] So, here’s the
Scarecrow, the Cowardly Lion, and the Tin Man. They’re quite the threesome. – Lions and tigers, and bears, oh my. Lions and tigers and bears oh my. So, we’re trying to get
Janae to put her hat on for a family picture, and I
don’t know if she will do it. – Elise, come on. – I love it. – [Jeremy] This is the
most ironic picture. Dorothy taking cell phone pictures of Glinda and the Wicked Witch. – That’s just the part
they left out of the movie. – [Jeremy] I think it’s
in the Broadway musical. – [Michelle] One, two, three, peekaboo. – So, if you didn’t know, we
decided to dress up as the Wizard of Oz because we just
finished reading the book about a month ago and we really loved it. I think that’s one of the
fun things about Halloween, is you get to pick something
you’re interested in, or a way that you wanna
express yourself and dress up, which is something we
normally don’t get to do. We gotta buckle in
somehow in our costumes. Luckily it’s not freezing outside. Are you sneaking the Halloween candy? – No. – [Jeremy] Denies it already. – No, no dad. – [Jeremy] No, dad. – Well that actually went really well. I’m so happy. I’ve been stressing about this. This is why we’ve never done
a family costume before, is because it’s so stressful
to make all the decisions, and get all the parts
for everybody’s costume, and then get everybody dressed
and ready at the same time. And, all happy and, wow, that’s, I’m feeling
like today was quite a miracle and I’m going to enjoy it. What are you most excited
for at the Halloween party? – Trick or Treating. – It’s actually a Trunk or Treat party. Have you ever gone Trunk
or Treating before? – Oh, since it’s from the trunks. (laughing) – [Kendra] You’ve got it. – Just the trunks on trees. (laughing) (classical music) (magical music) – So we totally got
Janae to keep this hat on in the pictures by giving her candy. (playful music) – [Jeremy] There you go you did it. (upbeat, playful music) – We’re gonna try to
eat a donut of a string. – [Jeremy] It’s a competition. She’s going for it. Can’t use your hands. – [Bystander] Elise is
eating like a shark. This is impressive. (electric music) – [Jeremy] So close. He’s so close, he almost has it. (all shouting) Who’s gonna eat it first? Show him when you’re done. Oh it was so close. So I just love Elise,
she won a Tootsie Roll for winning that competition and then she gave it to the other
boy because she was like, I think you won. She’s just such a sweet little girl. – [Kendra] She has no
idea what’s going on, but she knows she needs a pumpkin. Oh, she’s putting her hat in her pumpkin, and she’s walking. Let’s go. – [Jeremy] It’s the Trunk
or Treating portion. – Who’s this? Hey, Caleb. – Say thank you. Say Trick or Treat. Say thank you. Nae-nae, do you want that one? There you go, put it in. Oh, she wants another one. – [Jeremy] Well, and it’s our bowl. – It’s our bowl, she can
have two, or a handful. Oh my goodness. – [Jeremy] We’ll have to teach her Trick or Treating etiquette. How did it go Cub? – Good. – [Jeremy] We’re gonna
go inside and clean up. Nae-nae came home, sat down on her chair. She’s checking her spoils. – Who wants these,
they’re not gluten-free? – Yeah. – [Jeremy] Thank you. – So, gluten-free. Who wants Gobstoppers? – Alright, it’s clean up time. Baby wipes. (soft music) Let’s clean this nose up. – We have a lot of make-up
to take off tonight. ‘Kay, why don’t you go hop in the shower. – Okay. – Get the rest of that off. No, uh-oh. Is there skin down there? – I think I might have to have
green skin for my whole life. – There you are. There you are Peter. Do you know what that’s a reference to? – [Jeremy] Well I don’t think we’re gonna have a problem with Janae not gaining weight. Halloween is gonna be a blessing for us. – Ready for this?
– Mm-hmm. – To become a normal boy again? – Yes. – [Kendra] A real boy? – [Jeremy] What movie are
you gonna quote next Kendra? – You know me, full of movie quotes. (Jeremy laughs) We’re cleaning up all the
candy and putting it in a bowl, and this girl is clutching
the candy bowl so tight. – [Jeremy] She has a sucker
in the mouth, one open. – We’ve never fed her candy
before, that I remember, and apparently she likes it. – [Jeremy] Look at her little side look. Now I know why I will take over the world. – Mu-ha-ha-ha-ha. – [Jeremy] For candy. – [Elise] Good night. J House out. – [Jeremy] Laura, yours
is just a little ripe. (suspenseful music) (laughing) – [Kendra] Happy birthday. What are you guys making? – Lipstick. – [Jeremy] Okay, come on in and see it. The big reveal.

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