– [Priscilla] Hi. Good morning. – [Asa] We’re home, kiddo. Not that, not that impressed. – Nope, nope. – [Asa] Did you have breakfast and lunch food for her that’s– – Yeah.
– Not perishable. – Yeah. – [Asa] Our fridge is not working, we came home to our fridge broken, it’s like it’s warm in there. – Mama hugs.
– I love you. Hey, I’ll see you in a little bit, okay? We’re gonna come celebrate
Halloween with you. – [Asa] Trick or treat with you at school? – [Priscilla] Yeah. – [Asa] Take dad’s totally cool truck? Bye.
– It’ll be a fun day. (Abbie moaning) I know, you’ll be fine. – We’re gonna have fun,
it’s gonna be awesome. We’ll see ya in a little bit. ‘Kay we are headed to Abbie’s
school, got our costumes. Our mom and dad costumes
to match Abbie’s costume. Here’s a little tip for
ya, I’m wearing eye shadow, can you guess it yet? Are you happy to see us?
(Abbie humming) – [Teacher] You guys, it’s time to. – [Asa] It’s the cutest
thing every, Abbie. Here, we gotta show everybody
our costumes, you ready? Hey Abb, do you wanna
show ’em our costumes? You ready, yeah okay. – All right, what do you think? – Look, say here’s our costumes. – Can you say hi?
– Say hi, ‘kay you ready, you guys gotta pose, here we go. Okay, come on. So Abbie is obviously the Energizer Bunny, which is fitting, and we’re
the exhausted parents, isn’t that great? Okay so now we have to do
the costume competition. – Yeah, so everybody
walks up and shows it off, then you vote, it’s serious business. – Serious business, like yeah. We’ve won before, we never won since. – But we won last year, Abbie and I did. – Oh that’s right, you and Abb did. That’s right, I forgot, yeah. Hey are you out of batteries? (laughing) – [Teacher] We got the pirates. (cheering) – Look.
– Look at the camera. – [Teacher] We have a
beekeeper, a oh, excuse me, queen bee, of course, we have a. – So as you guys know, Abbie hates having things on her head, like headphones, hats,
bunny ears, whatever. So she did great. Abbie you did so good. You kept that on for a long time, huh? – Yeah, I’m gonna go hand in our ballots. – Okay, we’re gonna vote. Is it morally all right
to vote for yourself? – Yeah, everybody vote for themselves. – [Asa] So Priscilla has, I
don’t know if you guys noticed, she has two different earrings
on, two different shoes. (laughing) Wore out mom. – I feel, really feel like this today. – [Asa] Today, it’s not Abbie though, it’s not the Energizer Bunny, it’s Vegas. Jet lag. – [Priscilla] I love the “Men in Black”. – [Asa] Hey Abb, what you
got, do you know what? What’s that for? That’s right, that’s for candy. – Do you want one?
– Do you wanna make one? – Wanna make one with me? Chocolate or vanilla? Chocolate.
– Chocolate. – All right, she right
handed or left handed? – Right handed. – Okay, here’s your cupcake. We’re gonna decorate it, okay? You ready? – Squeeze it.
(children talking) – The screaming really is (mumbling) so that makes it harder.
– That’s a legit costume. This how you dress,
normally, when you’re baking? (children talking drowns
out baker speaking) – So it’s so cold in my kitchen. Okay, loosen your grip Abbie girl. Baking is supposed to be relaxing. Hold that, girlfriend. Ready, she’s like I just wanna devour it. – [Asa] She’s squishing it. – We’re gonna do a flower, okay? Ready? Hold on, sorry girlfriend,
apply some more. Look up here, all right, you ready? – [Asa] Good job, wow. – You want some sprinkles?
– Look at that. – You want some sprinkles, yeah? – What do you say?
– You’re welcome. Thanks for doing it with me. – You ready, all right.
– Yeah, y’all wanna try it? – I’m good, thank you.
– Thanks, I’ve done it before. (laughing)
– I like your outfits. – Thank you. – [Baker] I feel that way 99% of the time. – [Priscilla] Look at you,
you decorated your cupcake. – [Asa] Yum, you want it? Yeah, you do? You ready? (laughing) (Abbie laughing)
– Your cupcake. Yum, you made that, and
it’s gluten free, holy cow. This is gonna be a sugar
filled day, I can tell already. – [Priscilla] Yeah, oh my goodness. It’s a two bite cupcake.
– Two bites, and gone. – [Priscilla] Okay, now
you’re gonna go bowl. Over here.
– Okay, you ready? – Dad’s gonna help you.
– Ready look, stay right here. Gotta stand behind the
line, you can’t cheat. Look, see this?
– No cheating, Abbie. – We’re gonna throw this at that. Oh, aw, so close.
– Oh. – ‘Kay, go get it.
– Thank you. – [Priscilla] Get your
ball, look, try again. – Bend over it, and, let’s get a little closer. Ready, throw it. (laughing) – [Priscilla] Woohoo (laughing). – [Abbie’s Speaking
Program] Trick or treat. – Where you going to put this? – [Priscilla] Put it in your bucket. – [Asa] It goes in your bucket. – And then what do you say? – [Abbie’s Speaking
Program] Trick or treat. – What do you say?
– Have fun. – Oh good job.
– Aw, that was cute. – [Abbie’s Speaking
Program] Trick or treat. – Okay, one. And what do you say?
– What do you say? Thank you, that’s good, yeah. – This is the houses you egg. They’re giving out apples or oranges. – [Asa] Ooh. – Apple, or an orange or both?
(laughing) – Can you say thank you? Do you want both, no? – How about an orange?
– No, I don’t think so. (laughing) – Knock on the door.
– There ya go, okay, – [Abbie’s Speaking
Program] Trick or treat. – One, good job, say? Thank you, say thank you. – Good job, Abb.
– Good job. – Here, do you want the rest of this? Well, maybe she doesn’t
wanna egg your house. (laughing) Look at me, you have one more down here. So a lot of the reason that they do this, is to kinda help practice
for real trick or treat. – For tonight.
– For all of that, it’s so awesome. – [Asa] I think we’ll change the picture, for trick or treat, to a
picture of her pumpkin probably? – Here Abbie.
– Make sense? – Smell.
– Oh it does smell good. – [Teacher] Aha, it does smell good. Touch, nasty. – [Asa] Did you try it? – [Teacher] Smell this one. – [Asa] Abbie, you have to
stick your hand up his nose. Hey look, look.
– Put your hand in there. – [Asa] What’s in there? What’s in there? Ew, what is that?
– Did she grab it? – [Asa] Right here,
put your hand up there. Put it in there, what is it? Eww, eww it’s booger, it’s
a booger, pick that up. Let me see it. Oh it’s sticky, that’s disgusting. That’s a scary kitty,
kinda like your kitty. – Yeah, spiders.
– Looking for an eyeball. – Hello rabbit.
(Abbie laughing) Banana, mom got ya. – Push, can you push. Push. Okay, you ready? – [Abbie’s Speaking Program]
I need to use the bathroom. – [Asa] Let’s go for a walk. – We’re gonna make our project first, and then we can go for a walk, okay? Sound like a deal? Push, look, you gotta look at it. Draw your face on your pumpkin. Fantastic. – [Asa] Abstract art, mom. (kids cheering) That was a good pick.
– Yep, yep. – [Asa] He won at overall, and original. “Adams Family” won best group. – Yep.
– That’s fair. They put in way more effort than we did with our Amazon tee shirts. (laughing) Abb, we didn’t win, but
it was a fair effort. Hey do you wanna go home
early with mom and dad? – Do you wanna leave early? – [Asa] Hey, do you wanna go home early? – Yeah, okay.
– Cool. (Abbie laughing) She’s so ready, let’s go home. We didn’t win, but
everybody loved our costume. – They did. – We didn’t win, rightfully so. There was some, I told you guys, there’s some serious
competition in those groups. I mean “Adams Family”
had us beat, no doubt. Like the, there were like three honeybees, and a beekeeper.
– A beekeeper. – And a jar of honey, and like, as a group. – Even the “Men in Black” was awesome. – “Men in Black” was really good. So the alien, that was part
of the “Men in Black” group. And then there was, whoa,
it’s not Doug the Pug. Frankie, Frankie from “Men in
Black”, and the whole group. – I feel like I look. – Hey ya gotta hold it, two hands, so you can, there ya
go, hold it two hands, so you can water the plant, you ready? Look, look, we’re gonna
shoot the plant with it, see? Woo, our hibiscus is
withering, where you going? You’re leaving me. Can you do it, go ahead, do it. Push, good job. Good job, all done. So do we have someone coming tomorrow to look at the refrigerator, – Yeah.
– is that the status? All right, oh it’s starting to stink. Gotta get this stuff thrown away. Oh it’s a bummer, so I have
to order in food tonight, which is okay, ’cause we have
a bunch of people coming over, so it’ll work out anyway. Yeah, the pumpkin’s already rotted. – You can’t do pumpkins in
Florida until like Halloween. – Yeah, that happens every year though, every year they rot way
before Halloween (laughing). They’re not, they’re not
like a little rotten, they’re like, like it has eyebrows. (laughing) They’re done. So a little realness reflection here. A little real life, you know,
happy fun, blog and all that, but I kinda wanna talk
about reality check. We look rough. (laughing) So, age appropriateness,
that’s always a thing. Abigail’s costume, our costume with Abbie is not really age appropriate
for a 14 year old. It’d be more something
you would get like toddler and parents, right?
– Right. – And it’s fine, like I don’t, you know, we don’t feel bad about Abbie’s costume, and like that didn’t hurt her feelings or anything like that. It was appropriate for our
family, and that’s what mattered. But it’s still not
technically age appropriate, based on her age. I told you guys we’d be doing
lots of sponsored videos, coming up, you know,
so we can donate money, and give back to you guys and all that. One I’m gonna pass on, just
because it stung a little bit, for me, and I think it would
sting for others as well, families like ours. It’s a monthly box subscription thing, and you, and it’s great,
it’s a fantastic product, you know, not knocking it at all. I don’t expect everybody
to conform to our life, and you know, our normal. But it’s you order your box, depending on the age of
your child, age range. I looked at the boxes, like two to five, most of the stuff in there
was too advanced for her. It teaches ’em like math,
science, stuff like that. And then the younger than that age stuff, like every one of ’em
comes with like a card, to say like I’m this many months old, take a picture with ’em, and stuff. So it just didn’t, it didn’t work. – [Priscilla] How many months old are you? – So we’re passing on
that, because you know, the toddler stuff was toddler stuff, like it just, that could hurt
someone’s heart, you know. She eat it with a fork?
– She did. – Of course she did. So there’s things in Abbie’s life, we got a question recently, like how old do you think
Abbie is developmentally? It just really depends, like she can get food out
of the fridge on her own, and you know, get her own snack and stuff, but at the same time, other areas, she’s, her developmental age will
be measured in months, rather than years. So it just, it really depends on what area we’re talking about. But just a little real, you
know, reality check there, a little real life
stuff, for us as parents. Okay, if you wanna see us go
trick or treatin’ with her, take her around the
neighborhood, see how that goes, I’m curious to see how the
blue bucket thing is gonna go. Super curious about that. – Yeah, and this is a new
neighborhood for us, so, it should be interesting. – We don’t even know what houses to go to. Check that out.
– We don’t know who gives the good stuff, and who doesn’t give the good stuff. – Fair point, check that out tomorrow. See ya then, bye.
– Bye. (beeping) (laughing)