Kindergarten GraduationšŸŽ‰

Kindergarten GraduationšŸŽ‰

October 11, 2019 0 By Stanley Isaacs


– This is gross. (upbeat pop music) (Mom grunts) – [Mom] Where’s Caleb? (Mom gasps) There he is! (upbeat pop music) – [Jeremy] Hey, Caleb. It’s time to get up bud. It’s your kindergarten
graduation today buddy. (Caleb groaning) Last day of school! (Baby sneezes) Whoa! Is it the last day of
school today for you? It’s pretty exciting. – I’m kind of sad ’cause I really have good friends. – [Jeremy] You’re going
to miss your friends? – And it’s kind of the only
way I can see them there. – [Jeremy] Yeah. Is it your last day of pre-shool club too? – Yes! – [Jeremy] Did you pick out this outfit? – [Laura] Yeah. – [Jeremy] I think you
might want to wear shorts. It’s going to be warm today. (upbeat pop music) You’re going to look great today bud. – Mm-hm. – [Jeremy] How you feeling
about kindergarten graduation? – Well, I kind of like kindergarten with playtime and– – [Jeremy] Going to miss it? – And snack because I’m always hungry. – [Mom] All right guys, have a good day! – Bye! – Bye! Today is Laura’s last day
driving the kids to school without going to school ’cause next year you’re going to be in pre-k! So today is the last day
of Laura’s little preschool that she gets together with once a week, and she was supposed to bring a snack to the goodbye party. She choose Go-GURTs, and she even packed them up herself. I think this is so cute. She grabbed the cooler. And check this out, she put the Go-GURTs in
there with a bag of ice! Look how cute that is! Oh my goodness, I love this stage. You got it? – Uh-huh. – All right, let’s go to the party. We’re headed into the school for Caleb’s kindergarten graduation, and this just brings back so many memories of Elise’s kindergarten graduation. My goodness! And now she’s going into
third grade next year, and Caleb’s going to be in first grade, and what grade are you going to be in? – Second grade. (parents laugh) – [Mom] That’s some wishful thinking. You’re going to be in pre-k next year. – Mm-hm! – [Mom] And You’re still
going to be a baby, okay? Where’s Caleb? Let’s go find Caleb. Oh my goodness! Where’s Caleb? (Mom gasps) There he is! – Hi.
– [Jeremy] Boom! – [Mom] Oh my goodness! Hi buddy! You look so handsome! (light classical music) – [Jeremy] Okay, smile for me! – Two, three! Oh, that’s so sweet! One, two, three. Okay, Caleb, so today is your
last day of kindergarten. – Mm-hm! – [Mom] Do you have any words of advice for kids that are starting
kindergarten next year? – Have fun! – [Mom] Have fun. Anything else, any tips? – Nope. – [Mom] No?
– Just have fun. – [Mom] So what did you
think of kindergarten? – I loved it. – [Mom] What did you love about it? – I don’t know. I just love it. (baby giggles) (parents chuckle) (soft acoustic guitar) – [Kindergarten Class] Oink,
oink, oink, oink, oink, oink. ♪ When I was just a baby ♪ ♪ My mother sang this song ♪ ♪ It wasn’t very pretty ♪ ♪ But it wasn’t very long ♪ ♪ Pigs don’t live in houses ♪ ♪ And pigs don’t make their beds ♪ ♪ Pick up that messy bedroom ♪ ♪ And show you’re Christian clean ♪ ♪ When you’re walking ♪ ♪ Through the valley ♪ ♪ There are shadows all around ♪ – The pre-k classes are performing now, and Laura is so excited. (audience clapping and baby cheering) (soft orchestral music) – [Announcer] Caleb Johnston. His favorite color is blue, and when he grows up, he wants to be a police
officer or an NFL player. (Jeremy laughs) It’s kind of fun to run
around and chase robbers. The person he most admires is his mom because she’s so nice, and she teaches him school at home. He likes to build and pass
the football with his brother, and his favorite subject is math. Graduation class of 2018. Go! (audience cheering) – [Mom] There he is! My graduate! How you doing? – Good. – [Mom] Good? Hey, you get to keep the tassel buddy. So Caleb gets to keep the tassel, but we rented the gown. Kindergarten Diploma! You ready to go? – Yep! – You have a good summer. – Okay! – [Jeremy] We’re coming to pick up Issac. How was your day at school? – Good. – On the last day of school here they are doing some fun stuff, so both Issac and Elise wanted
to go back to their classes, so we’re going to let them just finish out and then we’ll take them
home a little later. So the car line has already begun. 30 minutes before I’ve ever
arrived to pick up my kids. Some people are dedicated. They will be first in line. So how’d you feel about the
kindergarten graduation? – It was awesome. – [Jeremy] You did great! I didn’t know you’d be singing and doing dance moves up there. (light pop music) – Well, the kids came home from school, and they did their chores, and we’re just going to pretend that no one complained about it, and there was no arguing at all. So, now, the laundry’s
folded, the dishes are done, and I am starting on our
gluten free tacos for dinner, and the kids are playing this game that we got at ClamourCon, and we love it! Here it is! It’s called Otrio. – [Issac] Otrio! – [Mom] Did you win?
– Yeah. – Oh! You got! (Caleb claps his hands) – [Mom] What I love
about this game is that it’s equally fun for all
the ages in our family, and more than two people can play. You can have two, three, or four players, so thank you for the games Ben Nesser. This is not sponsored, they just gave us the game at ClamourCon. Nice! Caleb, do you want to help
me make gluten free tacos? – Mm-hm! – [Mom] For dinner?
– Mm-hm! – So in your house, do you tend to eat certain
meals on certain days? I didn’t think we did, but maybe we do. I know we tend to eat
out more on weekends. (light jungle music) – It’s the perfect
temperature out here today. I love watching the
birds and the squirrels. (light jungle music) – [Mom] Are you taking care of the baby? Nae Nae’s taking care of the baby. It’s so cute to me how
much babies love babies. And she holds it by its
head and runs around. So Janae is trying to wrap up her baby. Do you need some help? – Watch this! Aw. (soft nursery music) – [Mom] Oh, she loves it! Thank you Lisey. – [Elise] Aw! – [Mom] Aw, there she is. She’s hard at work over here. Cute little mamma. How’s your baby? – Good. – [Mom] What’s her name? – Ally. – [Mom] Ally’s a great name for a baby. Are your babies going in
the stroller together? – [Laura] Mm-hm. – [Mom] This is fun. – This is hard! – [Mom] You can do it! – [Laura] All right! – [Mom] All right! Janae looks ready to go! (climatic classical music) Caleb’s opening the beans for me. Good work buddy. That’s not an easy can opener. Okay, do you think you can
drain the beans for me? – No, how do you do that? – [Mom] You have to get a strainer. (clock ticking) – [Jeremy] So, what do you
think of gluten free tacos? – They taste exactly the same. – [Jeremy] Good thing. What do you think Elise? – They’re not my favorite. – [Jeremy] So you’re
using the soft corn tacos. That is very different
then a crunchy corn taco, so that’s a good thing to learn. – [Mom] They’re both gluten free. – What do you mean by corn? – [Jeremy] It’s not made of flour. It’s made of corn pressed down into a… Like a corn flour, corn starch. – [Caleb] Cool. (upbeat pop music) – Hello, this is Jeremy. – So I just went grocery shopping with our three little kids. – [Jeremy] How did you do that? (grunts) (Jeremy laughs) – I successfully planned
our first gluten free day. – [Caleb] You did two days. – So we’ve got meals. – [Jeremy] And this is iron ’cause Caleb was not getting his iron in his small intestines
because of the damage from Celiac disease. – He’s supposed to get
1.5 milliliters everyday. – [Jeremy] And drink a log of water. – That is some serious water drinking. Got it! – This is gross! – [Jeremy] Was the iron not very good? – Uh-uh! – [Jeremy] Sorry man. – What gluten free food
are you most excited about for your gluten free day? – Gluten free pancakes. – [Jeremy] Pancakes! – So I decided that my tactic
is to plan really awesome food for gluten free day, so we have gluten free
pancake mix, pancakes, eggs, we have Gatorade, which he loves Gatorade. We have popsicles, we’re
having Hawaiian haystacks, we’re having tostadas. – [Jeremy] You’re trying
to say what she’s saying. (laughing) – And I found out that our gummy vitamins don’t even have any iron in them. – How much iron does it have? – Mom fail. Let’s see, this has 18 milligrams of iron, so you get one, you get one. Vitamin. – [Jeremy] No vitamin for me? – You don’t need children’s Flintstones. – [Jeremy] Okay. – [Little Girl] Goodnight, J House Out. – Hello, my name is John, and I made it into the
honor roll this school year, and I’m in my dad’s truck. J House Out. – I’m Emma. I’m from Cape Town, South Africa, and I made this mosaic. – Hi, my name is Mallory, and I’m from Hallstead, Pennsylvania, and I became a black belt three years ago. – Hi, my name is Julia, and I’m from Louisiana, and I made the outline of this cup. – My name is Vondevay, I’m from London, and I made this box. J House Out. – So the house that we
were making an offer on and negotiating it for Puerto Rico… (upbeat pop music) – It’s been kind of just
a hard day emotionally. He loves getting his blood pressure taken.