😃KIDS YOGA!!

😃KIDS YOGA!!


– So Jeremy and I have invented a word, and I kind of really like it even though it’s completely ridiculous. – Beautiful. (kissing sounds) – Can I be honest? Good morning. Jeremy is home from his trip,
which we are so excited about. And he has a business
meeting this morning, so we’re hanging at home. And we’re gonna start the day
off with some morning yoga. I got this book from the library, and I think it’ll be a
good stretching wake up for all of us to get the day rolling. My first breath is long
and deep as I breathe in, (breathes in) I breathe out. My arms reach out to the
sides, lift up to the sky, and then relax back down. I twist and turn to shake off the sleep, and swing my arms back and forth. – It’s like this.
– I’m doing it. – [Kendra] As I breathe
in, as I breathe out, I bend my knees and I sweep my arms back, a brave ski jumper. Now I’m a lightning bolt,
flashing across the sky, you kinda sit down into it. I glide my hands up high. (laughing) (Janae babbling) Hi. You trying to do yoga, too? She says good job.
– Nae Nae, your turn. – [Kendra] Uh-oh. (chuckles) Good work, kids. This is the page they’re on right now, so they all had to pick a buddy
and try to do this stretch. – This is actually a stretch. – [Kendra] It looks like the letter A. ‘Kay, you two, give it a try. Hold hands, put your feet together. Put your feet, whoopsie daisies. (piano music) What are they doing? – That felt good. – [Kendra] Yoga feels awesome. – Now I feel like I can do everything. I feel wiggly. – [Kendra] Yeah, you’re ready for the day? – Mm-hmm. – [Kendra] Laura, what are we making? – A smoothie. I’m eating one. – [Kendra] You’re eating some spinach? So I start my smoothie
off with a good amount of carrots and spinach and water. – And I took one out in here. – [Kendra] And you snuck it? – Mm-hmm. – [Kendra] You little spinach sneaker. I top the smoothie off
with a bunch of fruit. And go for it. (pleasant music) (giggling) – Ah! – [Jeremy] So I asked you
to get your clothes on. What’d you do? – [Laura] I did shirt shirt. – [Jeremy] Is that a
shirt on the bottom, too? – Shirt and shirt. (beat music) – So while Jeremy was out of town, the van actually got a flat tire. Some amazing friends came
and changed the tire for us, and so now Caleb and I
are at Discount Tire today getting the spare changed out, and getting a new tire put on there. (techno pop music) So apparently this tells
you how good your tires are, and ours are way down
here, so we are getting all new tires today. Caleb’s writing a thank you note to his Sunday school teacher. You have a great teacher, don’t you? – Mm-hmm. Car, right there. – [Kendra] Caleb and I
are watching the tires get changed and playing
with a bouncy ball. There’s our van, getting the new tires. So do you think you could
learn to change a tire someday? – Nope. – [Kendra] I think you could. Daddy knows how to change tires. – He does? – [Kendra] Do you remember the road trip when we got a flat tire? – Yeah, we were at a gas station. – Kind of, then we were
on the side of the road. And we have a flat tire, guys. – [Jeremy] Check out that tire. – [Kendra] Holy smokes. I mean that thing’s completely shredded. – That’s very interesting. How do they even put that thing back on? – I know, they’re putting the
spare back underneath the car. Here’s our new tires with lots of tread. (car alarm beeping) Somebody’s car alarm is going off. I just picked up food for Jeremy and I, we’re having a little lunch
date in the middle of the day, which basically means
we’re telling the kids to go play by themselves, we get to talk. (clock ticking) Can I be honest? (suspenseful strings) We’re bored. That’s kind of embarrassing to say. But I think we’re all
feeling a little bored. We’ve been just home more, and
without our school routine, we’re kinda trying to still
figure out our summer routine. It’s hotter out than we’d expected, and everything just feels
the same, like I’m like, “Eh, we’ve done that before. “We’ve done that before.” And I think I’m half tired and half good old-fashioned bored. – Your little talk
inspired me to take a nap. Goodnight. (Kendra laughs) – [Kendra] We’re tired over here. – [Bob] That was the
idea of a special friend that works here at the
station, Jerry Morton. – He can go so fast. – I have to show you, a
gentleman made this for me. This is a king that he carved. – So we’ve been watching
Bob Ross with the kids, and it’s so fun, he’s amazing! And I love all of his
commentary about painting. Putting happy little clouds all over. Let us know in the poll
if you’ve ever seen Bob Ross painting, and if you like it. – [Bob] He’s just a
fantastic little painter. – So in this episode,
Bob Ross is introducing a kid who sent video of him painting. Does that make you want
to paint a little bit? – He’s only a year older than me. – [Jeremy] Gotta get workin’. (pleasant guitar music) – [Kendra] So one of Isaac’s summer goals is to learn how to cook some family meals. So today. – I’m making Frito pie. – [Kendra] He’s making Frito pie, and this is your first time
cooking the ground beef. – Mm-hmm. – [Kendra] How’s your arm feeling? – It’s tired. – [Kendra] Yeah? You’re doing a great job. We’ve talked a bunch
about safe food handling, and this is exciting to me. Like, he’s actually learning
how to make a whole meal. What if by the end of the
summer I could be like, “Hey Isaac, go make dinner,”
and he could do that. That’d be cool. Caleb and Laura are helping
by opening the cans. You did it. It’s Frito pie. How does it taste? – Good. – [Kendra] Yeah? – The apple vanishes and comes back. – [Kendra] Magic. – ‘Cause this is the best Frito pie ever. – Yeah. So there’s the hamburger
beans corn mixture, and then some Frito
chips and some lettuce. Oh, and cheese. (Caleb laughs) Janae loves it. Say, “Good job, Isaac.” So Jeremy and I have invented a word. It happened a few days ago,
and we’ve been using it, and I kind of really like it even though it’s completely ridiculous. So we’re going to share
with you this word. You heard it first here. Someday it’ll be in dictionaries, it’ll be on Facebook memes,
like it will be everywhere. ‘Kay, so here’s the word. Pooportunity. It’s a noun, and it means
the opportunity that you have to get something done
while you’re pooping, because you’re alone and
you have a quiet moment and you can use that
time however you want. And Jeremy and I have just
been joking about this. So here’s how it started. A few days ago, I may
or may not have taken a little too long in the
bathroom, and I came out, and Jeremy was like,
what did you do in there? Like, that took forever. And I was like, oh, well,
I took the opportunity while I was pooping. I took the pooportunity
to post on Instagram and update some stuff I
was needing to do online. And we just were joking about it. So then later, a few days
later, which is today, he was talking to me
and he’s like, Kendra, are we seizing the pooportunities
in our life, you know? What are we doing? All of us are gifted this time every day. What are we doing with it? Like, are we just wasting
away on silly games? Some games are really fun. But, or are we entertaining ourselves or reading books or learning things? I mean you could learn a
language if just every time you pooped you put that
time into doing something. Seize your pooportunities,
and use them for good. So, anyway, pooportunity. We should probably make shirts. They should probably be
brown, and have a poop emoji. And yeah. Next time you go, think of that word. Pooportunity. – I heard you talking
about the pooportunity. – [Kendra] What’d you think of it? – Only if I had a phone,
I would make an app on all of the books that I like to read, and I would read it on my pooportunity. But normally I’d just
poop on my pooportunity. – [Kendra] That’s always a
good use of your pooportunity. Um, but you don’t have to have a phone. You can just take a book. – That’s what I normally do. (laughs) I don’t think you could do it at school, because then your teacher might get mad. – [Kendra] That’s probably true. – Can you read this?
– Yes, yes. I can read you this book, let’s go. – B-E-A-U… T. Ih. Fff. U-L. – [Kendra] Do you know
what this word says? Beautiful. – Beautiful. – [Kendra] Beautiful, by Stacy McAnulte. So every night before bed
the kids have been reading. What are you reading, Cubby? – Ivy & Bean. – [Kendra] Ivy & Bean. Do you want me to give
you hugs and kisses? – Uh-huh. (kissing sounds) Goodnight, J House out. – I am absolutely loving motherhood today. – Look what I made. – Ah! – [Jeremy] I am coming home. – [Caleb] Set, go!