– It’s gonna get messy, Laura. – [Jeremy] Yep, this next part
could get messy they said. (upbeat music) This looks so good. – What? – Shh, shh, shh. – Isaac is doing a performance for Janae while she eats breakfast. (sings quietly) ♪ Gonna leave old life behind ♪ Kinda. – Well our floor has gotten to the point where it’s just too sticky to not mop. So the girls volunteered
to help me dance mop. ‘Kay Elise, how do you dance mop? – Put soap and water on a cloth. And then you put it on
your feet and dance. – [Jeremy] Alright, let’s do it. (hip hop beat) Look for any other spots that are dry and let’s ice skate over it. Look at this spot here, it’s all dry. (laughing) Okay, be careful. You alright?
– Yeah. – [Jeremy] Is this one
of your LEGO presents? – [Elise] Yeah. – [Jeremy] That is like
the cutest little dog. – It can even sit. – [Jeremy] Isaac is starting
his Legend of Zelda experience for the first time. So whenever the kids are playing Nintendo, we let Janae hold the other remote. – [Kendra] Put the wet ones in there. – [Jeremy] Janae’s helping
with the laundry this morning. – Wet!
– Yeah. Stick it in the dryer. Put it in the dryer over here. – Wet.
– Yep. There ya go. Gotta teach ’em when they’re young to help out with the chores. Close it up. Good job. – Well the Christmas fun
has not stopped around here. I woke up to very happy children running around the
house, playing creative, and all getting along, which is a little piece
of Christmas magic. (bright music) – Dada.
– Yellow. – Okay, this is going to be my activator. – [Jeremy] For the slime? Good job. Elise has been stirring all these different chemicals together. It’s kind of very specific
instructions to follow. (upbeat music) – It’s gonna get messy, Laura. – [Jeremy] Yep, this next part
could get messy, they said. – ‘Cause it’s putting chemicals
and it’ll get an explosion. – [Jeremy] Probably not
an explosion, but some– – Fuzz.
– Fizzy. ‘Kay, so they said add
some glitter into there. Alright, now stir it in. – [Elise] It’s getting harder. – [Jeremy] Might ooze over. – [Laura] You’re doing this part. – [Elise] Alright. Hey, it made it stickier, but more slime. – [Jeremy] Do you wanna try
a little more baking soda. – [Elise] Yeah. – [Jeremy] ‘Kay there you go, mix that in. Alright, it’s starting to work. Good job Elise. – Thanks. – [Jeremy] Throw it down on
the plate and see what happens. – [Kendra] Janae has not let go of her baby all morning so far. She slept with her last night and wouldn’t get out of
her crib without her. (Janae babbles) – Up high. – [Kendra] Oh, up high? – [Janae] It up high. – [Kendra] Up high,
there’s a balloon up there. (Janae babbles) Gotta feed that baby. – Guys, shh, shh, shh. – [Kendra] Oh, reel it in. Reel it in. Oh, you almost got it. You almost got it. – The balloon. – [Kendra] There it is,
there’s the balloon. – Look, bye bye. – [Kendra] Bye, bye balloon. The kids have been helping me and we have finished
undecorating the Christmas tree. – [Jeremy] We are going to the movies. You brought your doll? – Yeah. – [Jeremy] It’s a little rainy today. – How much do–
– Alright, we’re saving seats for our family too. – How many?
– But it looks like Nobody is here. We’re the only people here. – Yeah, right now. – We came really early. So we’re normally late to the movies and I wanted to be on time. But we’re here like 30 minutes
before the movie starts. We got here a little too early. (bright music) What’d you guys thing
of Mary Poppins Returns? – I think it was so good. – [Caleb] It was awesome. – I really like it.
– Scary. – [Jeremy] It was a little,
did it make you nervous? – A little bit, one part. – [Jeremy] You were brave. You came and sat on my lap. Do you recommend it? – [Isaac] Yes, it was really good. – We had fun, we saw Mary Poppins Returns. It was tons of fun. And we were with our
family, which was cool. – Well I have not made it
out of my pajamas yet today. I have been working hard. There’s so much to get done to get our house cleaned up
and packed and ready to go. But we’re trying to balance
the work and the fun. And now it’s time for some more fun. – In Caleb’s stocking was
this magic ball trick. I got this for Christmas one year and it was always really fun to do magic. Alright Caleb, pick one. Just point to it. – The blue.
– You want that one? – Um hmm.
– ‘Kay. So, you put the ball on top. You stack it up, you snap. You kiss it, pop. And you pop it through the bottom. That’s how that works. Alright. – How in the world. – Okay, let’s try it again. With a kiss. (gasps) Now it has two! What? Let’s see if we can get it one last time. Three balls. – What? – Wanna see it again? – [Laura] Yeah! – Okay, and then I’m gonna
teach you how to do it. – [Kendra] What do you think,
Caleb, can you do that? – Maybe. (bright music) – What? – Crazy, huh?
– But actually, I think I figured it out. – Oh.
– Are there holes? Does the clap?
– Yeah I know how you do it. I think I know what you do. – Elise is trying to
figure out how it goes through the cup down below. – I know how you do it. – Is it because you
clap and it goes bwoop. – Alright, so I taught Caleb the trick. He’s practicing it now. – Laura just painted this on my cheek. It’s a popsicle. – I wanted hair for it. – [Jeremy] A hairy popsicle? Those are my favorite kind. – Now I’m going to
attempt the butterfly eye. – [Jeremy] Ooo, that’s a pretty one. – Both.
– Both? So here’s the butterfly’s
body and head and antennas. There was a little bit of movement when we did the antenna
so it’s a little thick. (upbeat music) – [Jeremy] Where is that? You just put the cups down. Most people don’t realize
that magic is really all just about practice. (happy music) The paint works really well. – It is really awesome. – Good Mom! – [Kendra] Oh, thanks. – Everyone wanted to
come and see you girls. – Hanging out in the bathroom. – [Jeremy] When Mom’s
done with the butterfly you’re gonna have to
see Caleb’s magic trick. Well at least we know we
could always make a living at a carnival face painting. – I don’t think so, but it’s fun to try. – Now I need to do a heart on this side. – You need to do a heart
on that side of me? – [Jeremy] Okay, look at it. – [Kendra] That’s my first attempt. – [Jeremy] Alright,
Caleb’s first magic trick. What’s your magic name? – Caleb. – [Jeremy] Caleb the Magician! – You put down all the cups. Oh! – [Jeremy] Try it again. – And then you put one on top. And there’s one on the bottom. Next, you lay them down again. And you put one on top again. And there’s two. (Jeremy laughs) – [Jeremy] He’s doing it! – And you put one on top
and it goes through the cup and now there’s three. – [Kendra] What? – I wanna show Mom again. – I’m really proud of
Caleb to keep trying, because it was hard for
him to learn how to do it. – Put one on top. – What? (laughing) That’s amazing. Caleb, you’re quite the magician. – One on top. Three. – What? (Jeremy laughs) – It’s magic.
– It’s magic. – [Jeremy] Oh this is fun. You’re doing the tiger. – We’ll see, we’ll see what
happens with this tiger. – [Jeremy] This looks so good. Don’t smile. – [Kendra] Come on. Here’s the finished product. That was really fun, Elise. – I love it. – Yeah?
– It’s my favorite. – So I’ve never face painted before, but it’s actually really fun. Both of my girls love makeup. And I’m not a huge makeup person. And so I had the idea to give
them face paint for Christmas, ’cause I thought it would be a fun way for us to enjoy that together. And it’s been really fun so far. (growls playfully) – [Jeremy] Nae Nae wanted a turn. – [Kendra] She’s holding
remarkably still for her age. She’s still really challenging. A little rainbow on her. – [Jeremy] Who’s that? She’s looking at it. – She’s like I just don’t know. – [Jeremy] That’s your face. (laughing) She’s trying to get it with her tongue. – [Kendra] You guys are a
great face painting bunch. – [Caleb] You look like a doll. – She’s doing a lollipop on my cheek. – So Laura chose this lollipop. Jeremy wins best dad award for letting his daughter
face paint on his face. – Now all I need is the beard, I mean, not the beard. – [Kendra] Laura, you’re
following the instructions so carefully. – [Laura] It’s a sad one. – It’s a sad one? You gave me a sad face? – It has a mustache. – A mustache. – It’s a mustache.
– A mustache lollipop? – [Kendra] She gave you a sad lollipop. – A hairy lollipop. – [Kendra] Chicken noodle
soup is what’s for dinner. – [Jeremy] Sounds really good. Apparently kittens like
chicken noodle soup. And butterflies. – [Elise] And they eat at the table. – Of course.
– With a spoon and a bowl. – [Kendra] Very socialized
kitties they are. – [Jeremy] You guys
finally set this one up? (gasps) Dude, that was a good shot. (upbeat music) I think you hit it directly in the middle. Laura got a little carried
away with the sprinkles. We’re doing a little holiday dessert. – [Kendra] So Elise is trying to get the cat off of her face before bed time. – I am a tin man. – [Kendra] You do look like a tin man. How’s it going for you? Looks like it’s coming off. – [Laura] Goodnight, J House out. – And she turned around,
her face was (gasps). (upbeat music) – [Jeremy] What is this? – And Caleb want to like camp out and stay up outside tonight. – Watch out because this
plane’s about to take off. – [Jeremy] Got a little
vlogger on our hands.