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Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Writer? Who knows??... Actor? Oh yes... (23s video)

Aloha,

While Son #2 may not decide to become a writer, he already is a bona fide actor in our family.

In this 23-second video, his Mama recently asked him to sing "Happy Birthday" to his older sibling, but well... apparently, #2 wasn't really in the mood...

I've never posted a video before, but this *still* cracks me up!

Enjoy:

video


Happy Hump Day to you :)


16 comments:

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Mark - I hope he got up ... and I hope his voice breaks soon!! Also happy birthday numero uno ...

Cheers and a good one to keep for his dearly beloved in a few years time ... decade and few years! Hilary

S.P. Bowers said...

okay, that was awesome. Love how he slid down at the end. Plus, I'm glad my son isn't the only one who sings like that.

This is my fourth attempt to post. Hope it goes through this time, otherwise I might

S.P. Bowers said...

give up. Sorry it cut out before I could finish.

Yolanda Renee said...

Too cute, show him that in about 10 years especially in front of his girlfriend and he'll turn all shades of crimson!

Crystal Collier said...

He's super cute. I think kids are the best thing ever (also the most frustrating...) I can see why you had to post this gem.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Falling over at the end was priceless!
With that voice, he might have a career as a cat and dog wrangler.

quietspirit said...

I agree with Yolanda. The redder he will turn then better for the rest of the family. Parents are allowed to collect those stories and artifacts. When I was a senior in high school, my then boyfriend was helping us get out the Christmas decorations and do our tree. At the bottom of the box we kept ornamnents in lay a calendar I had made in first grade. I was mortified that she kept that calendar. That boyfriend and I didn't talk about it. (I'm glad we didn't, it was crudely cut and glued.)

quietspirit said...

She meaning my mother.

Nick Wilford said...

That's a great one! Looks like it really took it out of him...

Elephant's Child said...

Big smiles.

Spacerguy said...

Your son is quite the performer and with heaps of daily encouragement, he'll be a superstar someday!

Melissa said...

hahaha
You gotta love kids. :)

Jo said...

Lovely, really funny.

Loni Townsend said...

Hahaha! I like the collapse at the end. Drew a laugh out of me. :) Thanks for sharing!

Carrie Butler said...

Hah! I love the ending. That's what I do every time I get off the phone with someone.

Emily R. King said...

LOL! Well, at least he did it!

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