There's a reason why I don't have a video blog.
Good stuff.. very funny.. even tho it was a sad attempt at a video blog you should make more..
to bad you wont make any more? :)
Too bad for you!
I would love to watch you make the answering machine message :D
*LMAO* This is one of the funniest things I have ever seen!! I laughed the whole way through, especially when the countdown timer gets to around 2:03 - check out William's face! He's like "Mommy, when is this gonna be over???" Hahaha, you should do more! (But with less counting *lol*)
Absolutely not, Carol. I will not do any more video blog entries! Especially not without counting, I think the counting was William's favourite part!
Oh well Jen I learnt a whole lot from your video blog. 1. You count a funny way in Canada....In Scotland we count 1 2 3 4 And that way we don't ever need to start again!!!!2. You're a better singer than story teller!!3. William is such a wee cutie!4. Adam is such a saint!! 5. You have a great life being a Canadian Mum (sorry MOM). I never had time to play with blogs and things when Caz was a baby.And now some tips and ideas.1. Give William his very own Baby Blog. I could sit and watch him for hours. Much better than watching TV!2. Get Williams stuff all packed and ready to come back to Scotland with Caz and Derek. We could look after him and teach him how to count properly! And teach him to sing Scottish songs!(Just before he developes a Canadian accent) Hee Hee!!!3. Please don't let Caz start Video blogging! She can talk for Scotland!!
"Adam is such a saint!!"Its hard to argue.. but I cant figure out what makes me a Saint..
After less than 30 seconds I thought "yeah, she's right, a video blog doesn't work for her." But somehow I was compelled to watch. After a minute or so it became funny. By three minutes in I thought perhaps the thing could be marketed as a cautionary tale for women who thought they could bear and raise children while retaining their mental faculties. I'm now convinced that our Jen has been kidnapped and replaced by a vaguely Jen-shaped counting machine.I must admit, however, that as a child I visited a television set and was entranced by the lady whose job it was to count down to the start of air time. She did it much like Jen, except that she only said five, four, and three out loud. Two was mouthed, and with one, also mouthed, her one finger pointed to the person who was one second away from being on camera.
Guuu ngaa maa ma ba ba oook.
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