– Hey guys! Welcome to the vlog. – What’s up, guys! Did Nanny just give you more donut? (laughs) Abbie. Did you just take Nanny’s donut? No, you are done. – Abbie, you’re all done. Hey.
– Summer. – Sit down.
– Summer and I went, Summer and I went this
morning to the beach – Set up the tent– – and we went and set up
the tent and all that. – Don’t do that! Don’t sit on the bed. Don’t sit on the bed! Just eat it! – Do you see the chaos? (vocalizing) – [Priscilla] Are you so excited? Look at this! Okay, so I’m super impressed. (vocalizing) Look at that! So y’all always had the
puzzle pieces all over your — (crosstalk) Okay, well maybe we
need to move here then. – On the truck? You see the ladder? – [Priscilla] That’s so cool! – Hello there! – [Priscilla] Hey, how are you? Good, that is so cool. (vocalizing) Hey, Sky! – How are you? – [Priscilla] I’m great! How are you doing? – I’m well, thank you! I just graduated. – [Priscilla] I know, I saw your speech. I am so impressed with you, girlfriend. – Thank you. – [Priscilla] Do you want
to say hi to the vlog? – Hi, My name is Sky. I’ve had (mumbles) autism since 2011. – [Priscilla] And you just graduated! – I just graduated from
high school as valedictorian of my graduating class. – [Priscilla] So awesome! You’re impressive. And where are you going to college? – Stetson University. – [Priscilla] What do
you want to major in? – I have not decided, so I’m
doing the Discovery program. – [Priscilla] Very cool! So that’s awesome! Well thank you, Sky. – Well, you are welcome. You have a grand day. – [Priscilla] You too. Are you back in your element? (vocalizing) Go have fun! Isaiah already got you a board. – Hi! – [Priscilla] You want
to say hi to the vlog? – Hi! – [Priscilla] You gonna
introduce yourself? – I’m Alex. I live in Fort Pierce. – [Priscilla] And you
found Surfers for Autism through the vlog, right? – I found it through the vlog. – [Priscilla] That’s awesome! So you went to Deerfield,
and now you’re here! – Yeah. – [Priscilla] That’s so cool! – I went to Deerfield, and now I’m here. – [Priscilla] We’re so
excited to meet you! So Abbie’s out here with Isaiah and Summer being super difficult,
but they’ve got the GoPro. – [Isaiah] Go girl! Woo! (energetic music) (laughing) Look at you. Ready? One, two, three. You ready? Are you ready? Hold on tight! Hold on tight! There you go! Go Abbie, stay on! Keep that leg up! (energetic music) Oh, Abbie, come here! (splashing and laughing) (energetic music) – I look like I’m Abbie’s hands. (laughing) – [Priscilla] Lookin’ dark! Go, Summer, go! (laughing) Holy cow, so we’ve had like
five or six people come up now, and say, “Oh gosh, I watch your channel!” So thank you to all of you, I met you but it’s like
overwhelming sometimes. And that’s so cool! I never want to just throw
people on the camera. So thank you for coming up and saying hi, and that we’re helping you. Like, that’s our goal! So super exciting. Port St. Lucie really
watches Fathering Autism. You guys are showing us the love! So we’re going to sit up
here and protect the tent. Now, we wanna make sure
it doesn’t blow away. Because this storm looks bad, so hopefully it just passes over quickly. – [Isaiah] Mom? It is raining so hard! – Beautiful sunny day
in Fort Pierce, Florida. (laughing) – [Isaiah] Phil’s here. Hi, Phil! – Everybody loves Phil. – [Isaiah] Everybody does. – Team Phil! – [Isaiah] Yeah. All these
mothers that are like so… Phil, how are you doing? (laughing drowns out speaker) – Hey! – [Isaiah] What was I thinking? (laughing) I mean, where’s the ring? – I don’t have one. – [Isaiah] That’s a bad look! (laughing) Oh my God! – [Priscilla] Abbie! – [Isaiah] Look at her, she
is all the way out there. That’s her, right there. With her pants sagging. Uh-oh. – We got saggy pants. – [Isaiah] Hey, what you doing? (laughing) I mean, she can go in the water. Yeah. She’s all right. – Look. – [Isaiah] Oop, she’s turning back around. – I forgot my phone was in there. – [Priscilla] Sky. She’s coming back. (mumbles) – You’re like me. I was trying to pull them up. (Priscilla laughs) – [Priscilla] Abbie,
it’s your turn to surf. Hey, go with Summer. It’s your turn to surf. (laughing) This’ll be probably your last time today. – I went down to get the board. Come on. Yeah, that’s right. Come on! (grunts) (soft jazz music) Woo! – [Priscilla] Abbie, stand up! – [Isaiah] Go Abbie! There you go! – [Priscilla] Good job, Ab! (soft jazz music) You are the laziest surfer, Abbie. (soft jazz music) Good job! (laughing) (soft jazz music) All right, we’re ready for dinner. How many hours did we
hang out in the pool? – Oh my gosh. – Like, forever. – It was probably– – Like two, two and a half? – Mm-hmm, yes. – Yes, it’s been a long time. So Summer’s changing Abbie, Isaiah is going to get dressed,and — – Well, I get a whole fifteen minutes. (laughing) – We’re headed into the restaurant, and we’re gonna go get a drink. Yeah. And Phil says he’s with your women. – Yep, me and two women. (laughing) (vocalizing) – [Priscilla] Hey girlfriend. How are you? So Summer killed her with sunscreen today and she still got a bunch of sun. – Yeah, like the most I think
she’s ever had on in her life. (laughing) – [Priscilla] You look gorgeous! – Say thank you! – [Priscilla] Are you guys so tired? You all look kind of tired. – I’m pretty beat, yeah. – [Priscilla] Are you tired, Isaiah? – Yeah. – [Priscilla] What? (vocalizing) Now where are you, you’re
not going anywhere. (vocalizing) ♪ Lean on me ♪ ♪ And I’ll be your friend ♪ ♪ We all need somebody ♪ ♪ Everyday if you need a friend call me ♪ ♪ Call me ♪ ♪ Call me ♪ – Abbie!
(cheering) Can you give Phil another hug? Big hugs, oh! Bye! – We’re gonna miss you on the vlog. – Bye, Phil, say goodbye to the vlog. – Bye, vlog, love you guys. – [Priscilla] Okay,
we’ll see ya next time! (laughing) – Is this thing on? Guys, say goodnight, Summer. – Goodnight. – Goodnight, goodnight aunt and mom. Goodnight, Nanny. (beep) – You’re in charge of the batteries. – You got it. – Hey guys, welcome to the vlog! – Hold on. Hold on. – Welcome to the vlog. – Look. How does this work? – [Both] Push in and pull out. – Push in here. – Gosh, Dad gave us a training. – Hold on, let me see. Push in. – I think you have to push then pull out. – No, you can’t pull out. What’s up, guys? – You got it! – Welcome to the vlog. (laughing) – [Priscilla] Woo! Say
hi, welcome to the vlog.