[Captions by Y Translator] She’s going
to be so surprised.>>I just wanted a real
present that was wrapped up. I wish there was
little cookies.>>Okay. Instead of getting emotional,
I’m going to put on my teaching hat because obviously,
she’s not enjoying this the way I– thought maybe she would. [shriek] Oh.>>I’m gonna eat it. Five-second rule. [MUSIC]>>Okay. So, Eve’s birthday is tomorrow and it’s all she can talk about. She’s off to preschool
and I told her, today she had to
clean up her room. Look at how messy your room is. When you get home
from preschool today. You will be cleaning this up. I thought it would be a lot of fun if I
surprised Eve when she got home by getting all of her
chores done for her, and having a little
surprise waiting. [MUSIC] [Vacuum] She’s going to be
so surprised. How was school?>>Good.
>>Good? Are ready to go clean your bedroom?>>No.>>Come on, we got to go
clean your room, right now.>>Who did this?>>Did you get your room
cleaned up already? [Eve Laughs]
Did you do this? In one second?>>I was cleaning up–>>You did not do this. I did it cause I wanted
to tell you I love you. You don’t like that? [Ruby Laughs] Okay.
Put your back pack away. I have one more
present for you. A surprise. There you go. I love you honey. [MUSIC] We’re gonna have
a little tea party.>>You got pink balloons! So fast.>>I got them
while you were at school.>>What does that say
on the top?>>It says, happy birthday.>>But why are–
they all pink?>>Come sit down.>>I just wanted a real
present that was wrapped up.>>Mhmm. If Eve had a love language,
it would be gifts. Maybe most 4 year olds are like that, 5 year olds are like that. But, I am not deterred.>>Is there a real water in this?>>Yeah.>>And this?>>Uh-huh. And look, real tea cakes. I know, the thing that you want
the most is a present to open. I know it. But can you just
put that on hold for a little bit
and see that I wanted to do something
special and spend time with you? And be happy
about that too?>>I know how to pour.>>Yes.
I would love some. May I have some tea? Oh. [muffled scream] Oh. [laughing] The uhm– Why won’t it work?>>It did!>>Well, we’re messy tea drinkers. Alright.>>Brought my balloonie!>>Mhmm.>>Why did you
buy this stuff for me?>>’Cause I thought
it would be fun.>>I didn’t know
you were doing this.>>Do you like surprises? Or do surprises irritate you? You can tell me the truth.>>Surprises that are wrapped up.>>Yeah. [MUSIC] If I didn’t know any better. I’d say you were enjoying it. Would you like a sandwich? Oh, let’s wait for
the tea cake to go last.>>No.>>Put it back, please. We’re gonna be a little lady and we’re going to eat
our tea cakes last. Do you want some grapes
or a sandwich?>>I wish there was– I wish there was little cookies.>>Okay.>>Cut that out. [laughs]>>We’ll leave that in. Sometimes, moms try to do
fun things for their children, and the children– They’re spoiled little brats. That’s the only way to describe ’em. I think in years past
I would be like, you don’t appreciate anything I do. And like, just really like,
be mad. Like, I would get emotional about it. But… [exhales sharply] I’m going to turn the camera off and I’m going to talk to Eve
and try to teach her instead of
getting emotional. I’m going to put on my teaching hat
because obviously she’s not enjoying this the way I– thought maybe she would. So I’m going to
try to teach her and I will be back and I don’t expect her
to learn it all in one day but over the years hopefully–
>>I love it!>>It’ll sink in. One of the things
that you can do to be polite
and to show appreciation is to ask someone
how their day was. After you’re done
stuffing your face with food. Do you wanna go watch
some of your old birthday videos?>>Yeah!
Yeah, when I was born! Okay. But first, we’re doing when I was born. Okay?
>>Okay. That’s the very first video
I ever put up. That’s when you were born.>>[Chad] It’s a cake, and inside
is the color of the baby. [Julie] It’s pink! It’s going to be a girl! [MUSIC]>>Okay. Mom has gone shopping right now. Me and Abby are in charge of making
dinner and I picked to make this steak and corn burrito bowl. Does that look good? Okay. We have to find
the ingredients first, for it. Okay. Hold that. And…>>[Abby] Is it one of these?>>Yes. I remember being little and going
to Grandma Griffiths’ house and she would take all the little
kids outside and she–>>[Abby] She still does that.>>She still does that.
What am I talking about? She’ll give us all husks of corn and when I was little
I used to hate it. She’d just make us shuck corn.>>[Abby] It’s actually really fun.>>I know.
Now that I’m older I really enjoy it because I can talk
sometimes with the aunts>>If the aunts out there. Otherwise I’m trying
to keep a bunch… Like, 15 little kids on task but it’s good, so. [MUSIC I’m going to have Abby cut
the tomatoes in half not–>>Ehh.>>See. I was going to say not a lot
of my siblings like tomatoes. They’re okay. I like them.
>>No. I mean Its just that
I don’t trust myself with knives.>>She’s 11. Abby, come on.>>It’s like squirt everywhere.>>No.
you’re using the wrong knife. Okay you got it.
You got it. Yeah! [MUSIC] I have never worked with beef. This is… It’s different from chicken. Oh my gosh. [MUSIC] I’m trying really hard.>>I just came back from the biggest
day of grocery shopping of my life. So I went before Eve got home
from preschool and then I went again with Eve,
so she could pick her–>>Where did you find
>>cake.>>a unicorn candle holder?>>I found a unicorn candle holder. We found… cupcakes that actually
look like cakes on the top. And, the birthday cake she picked. She looked, and looked,
and looked, for like… Oh.>>I’m gonna eat it.
Five-second rule. It’s okay.
We’re good. We’re good.>>Do you guys go by
the five-second rule? 10-second rule?>>20 minute rule.
>>20 minute rule?>>Just kidding. No, that’s gross.>>Anyway, you guys. Thank you so much for watching. We will see you tomorrow
at Eve’s birthday party.>>Wait.
>>Do you like that? Her birthday’s on Saturday?