Some standard 7:45 PM chaos in our house:

And I wonder why bedtimes are always such a challenge. Duh.

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Nicole
Nicole
12 years ago

I prefer to think that bedtimes are such a challenge because we, as parents, are SO FUN to hang out with, right?! :)

Your kiddos are so cute, I love this video! It reminds me of a video I took of my daughter about two weeks ago. This was 10:30pm at night…
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HyLTSKCvIvA

Thanks for sharing, and I love your blog! :)

6512 and growing
12 years ago

Love it!
In my house my husband is totally egging on the late-night shenanigans while I’m getting grumpier by the minute. (at least you’ve got the grace to film it).

Eric's Mommy
12 years ago

That was hilarious! I love how Dylan has the stick horse.

Your family is so cute.

Lauren
12 years ago

HAHAHA! It is not dissimilar to my little spazzmatron’s antics, which I dubbed SuperBabyFreakoutTime. Now it’s SuperKiddoFreakOutTime (ask about his Iron Man choreography).I wish I had sound on my damn work computer. It looks pretty amusing to hear, as well.

shriek house
12 years ago

That’s hilarious. I wonder if they make diapers with a junk-protector cup though, that Dylan was making me nervous!

Donna
Donna
12 years ago

And Dylan “sticks” the landing, lol!!!
Your whole family is seriously cute. And goofy!

Keaton
Keaton
12 years ago

When my brother and I were little, there was a chest (like a pirate chest) near my parents’ bed. We would jump off it onto the bed and do summersaults across the mattress, though sometimes we would overshoot and roll onto the floor. Great fun, but your way seems much safer.

Life of a Doctor's Wife

Very cute!

I love your little one’s attempt at delaying the games by collapsing on the “mat” with his horse. Only temporarily effective, clearly.

Sarah
12 years ago

So cute! This reminds me of a childhood memory…growing up my brother and I used to do somersaults onto our parents’ bed–they had a California King. We’d get a running head start from the hallway and then go flying. Being a kid is just so much glee, isn’t it?

marie
12 years ago

Nice!

That totally made my day – Thanks for sharing!

wordygirl
12 years ago

I love this video! What software do you use to put these marvellous little vignettes together?

Lesley
12 years ago

Riley attempting the backroll followed by JB failing it HARDER? Priceless.

Anonymous
Anonymous
12 years ago

Wow. That was so fun to watch. I have two boys and the couch cushions are a big hit at my house too

Kristin
Kristin
12 years ago

Pizza hands Dylan! Teach him to put his hands by his ears as if he is holding a box of pizza, and then they’ll be right where he needs them to be to help push him over to complete that backward roll. Teaching gymnastics to toddlers comes in handy sometimes! :)

Cara
12 years ago

Awesome.
Love the editing and the ever present stick horse.

Sara
Sara
12 years ago

My five-year-old daughter just watched this video and then asked, “Mom, could we go to their house sometime?”

Apparently, y’all know how to party.

Jen
Jen
12 years ago

Oh, yes!!!

MyFrogs
MyFrogs
12 years ago

AWESOME! Take time to go crazy with your kids! I love it! My 9 yr old came in wearing a dog diaper last night, complete with poop hole (hole for the tail). She’s nuts but completly AWESOME!

sheilah
12 years ago

it may have been a bedtime FAIL but I am sitting here with a big, stupid grin on my face. That is a big SUCCESS.

Christine
12 years ago

Ah, love it.

Stephanie
Stephanie
12 years ago

Awesome! I have girls though, so someone usually cries within the first minute of crazy activity like that!