– You guys look awesome.
– Merry Christmas. – Well, Laura just threw up
all over the living room. And I think that about
does us in for the day. We are officially postponing Christmas. Good morning, we are having
an unexpected Christmas this morning, all three
of our boys are sick. So Jeremy, Isaac and
Caleb, all of ’em, sick. I’m so sad for them because as a child Christmas is so magical and they’re sick. Like it just stinks to
be sick on Christmas. But the girls are still feeling good and they’re really excited.
(squealing) What day is today, Laura? – Christmas.
– Christmas. – It’s when we open our stockings. – You excited?
– Yeah. – [Woman] Yeah, should we
go see what’s out there? – Yeah. This is baby Jesus and song.
– This is baby Jesus in swaddling clothes?
– Yeah. – [Woman] Can you say swaddling clothes? – Swallowing clothes.
– That’s a big word. Good job, Miss Laura.
– The littlest one. – Who’s that one to?
– Me. From mom and dad.
– This is mine? – Uh huh.
– When I was a baby. – No, for this year.
– Yeah. – When I was a baby in your
tummy, I got out of it. – We have a lot of presents, mom, we have some back there.
– Wow. – Well, despite all the
sickness this morning, our kids are being so sweet and adorable. Caleb.
– Merry Christmas, Daddy. – [Man] Caleb has been asleep
here for the last three hours. And I opened the door
and he just says, Merry Christmas, Daddy, you okay, buddy? I’m sad you’re feelin’ sick. Do you wanna come out
and see your stocking? Open some presents, okay, come on. Do you wanna stay laying
here a little bit longer? – I feel okay, will you hold me, daddy? – Of course, buddy.
– Happy Merry Christmas Cubby. – Thanks. – How are you feelin’?
– Good. – This is feelin’ good, are
you feelin’ a little bit sick? – Yeah.
– Me too. – Do you wanna see your stocking? – [Laura] No, this is my
stocking, right mommy? – [Man] We’re so sad that Isaac and Caleb are feelin’ so sick, it’s so
sad they can’t just enjoy this. – [Woman] Are you ready for your stocking? – Yeah.
– Okay. Here you go, Merry Christmas. (upbeat music) – Thank you.
– You’re welcome. What’s this one? – A plate, also my new book, rubber bands. – They’re barrettes for your hair. – My new barrettes for my hair? – Yeah. – My new toothbrush.
– Yeah. – My new.
– She’s like, what is this? – It’s a ball.
– My new ball, thank you. – [Woman] You’re welcome. – My new outside wash. – Do you know what it is,
this one’s special, it’s bubble bath so it’ll make
bubbles in your bathtub. – Really?
– Yeah, really. – And there’s ant dates.
– Or toothpaste. – It’s toothpaste.
– It is, it’s toothpaste. – Also, this is Band Aids.
– That one’s Band Aids. Good job.
– Also, in here. – What is it?
– Gum! (laughing)
– [Woman] It’s gum. – For me.
– For you. – And candy. And this.
– What is it, Laura? – A orange.
– It is an orange. – And also there’s, what,
candy again, all gone. – All gone.
– Here you go. – Thanks.
– Thank you, Merry Christmas. – Come help me put it back in your stocking for a minute. You can open your eyes, Miss Elise. – I’m old enough to read these books. – Yup, it’s a chapter book. – I love these books. – You’re doing such a great
job with your reading. – Woah.
– You get to color it and then it comes to life. (upbeat music) – My watch, another watch.
– The one you got last year broke so we got you a different one. – I love this case.
– I thought you would. – Thank you.
– You’re welcome. – Pencil crayons.
– They’re actually called gel pens.
– That’s cool. Paint, water paint, just like my mom? – [Woman] Yup, all different colors. – This is one of my favorite kinds of gum. And there’s four packs
which I love, thanks. – You’re welcome.
– Orange. We get it every year.
– Yeah, we do. So since we didn’t do
stockings the minute the kids woke up, what we
decided to do was give ’em to ’em one at a time just out here. And it’s kinda fun to watch the kids go through it one at a time. – I can’t turn it on.
– You press the button. Press it.
(whirring) Well, we’re taking it slow this morning but are you ready for your stocking. Are you really ready, you still seem like you’re feelin’ sick.
– I’m ready. – You wanna see what’s in it, okay? You can open your eyes.
– Woah. A new stump.
– It’s a finger rocket. Yeah.
– I wonder what that is. Huh, does it smell like anything? (laughing) – There.
– A watch, thanks. This is just what I wanted, woah. – What are those?
– Like a Lego thing. But you have to build it with real tools. – Uh oh.
– What does it make into? – A airplane.
– Yeah, with real tools. – Car. A electric toothbrush. Toothpaste.
– Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle toothpaste. – Super Hero Band Aids. Fidget?
– That’s a Fidget toy. What kind of gum this is.
– Oh, no reaction for gum? – That’s how sick he is.
– You have to be sick, buddy. This is like a Hot Tamale flavored gum. It’s a cinnamon gum.
– Cinnamon. – [Woman] You guys look awesome. – Merry Christmas. – [Woman] Alright, Isaac,
you can open your eyes. – What is it, oh, it’s one of those things that open when you throw ’em up. – Yeah.
– And it glows. – [Woman] In the dark. – You got me trading cards?
– Football cards. – Yeah, thanks. Oh, this is toothpaste, I’ve
never seen it like this. – [Woman] Yeah, I thought that
you would like the flavor. – Watermelon Burst. I got Extra Watermelon and Fidget. (coughs) – [Woman] Candy. – A orange and more candy.
– That’s probably it. – Thanks.
– You’re welcome. Merry Christmas, Buddy. Well, Laura just threw up
all over the living room. And I think that about
does us in for the day. We are officially postponing Christmas. The kids are bummed to not
be opening their presents but honestly, they’re all
just laying here listlessly. So we were going to do Christmas tomorrow. So we’ll se you guys
for Christmas tomorrow. Hope you’re having a better Christmas than ours today, J House Out. (slow Christmas music)
(whining) (singing Christmas carols)