[Faucet sound] [music] [music]>>Oh I know how you use cameras.>>You do?>>Yeah.>>Someone used the other camera,
and then they see us. And then we have a different camera
and we see someone else.>>Have you been trying to figure
out all these years how they camera works?>>Yeah.>>How do people possibly watch us? It’s kind of confusing. [music] [music] I’m hiding out in my closet. To try to gain
a little self-control. Me and the kids, we’ve been going at it for
like a couple hours. There’s a box that came to the house. Um maybe two weeks ago, and kids have been dying
to go through it. It’s their school uniforms. They have been begging every day. Can we please can we please and I’m
like every day is not a good day. I was like, no no no because once the
uniform box gets opened, there’s no going back. There’s no collecting it and trying
to figure out what fits who. Today the kids are so excited to
do it but I told them they had to get their work done first. And it’s it’s just um, yeah, it’s forced me to have to really
exercise some real good self-control and reminders that you
kids are not the parent. I am. I am! Don’t you remember? I am your mother! [music] [music] Are we all still mad at each other?>>No you were the one that was mad at us. Okay we were totally fine. You were mad at us.>>But that’s your reality, and I’m sure you think that that’s true.>>Oh we all know it’s true.
>>It was all true.>>But but in my perspective, I’m trying to teach I never
raised my voice.>>Oh oh oh! I got this strict like
this is strict.>>Oh! Oh!>>I heard your voice from the basement.>>Well calling you up, like hey
get up here.>>No!>>Abby! And then you whipped her with underwear
and she got undied, so…>>Yeah you whipped Abby
with her own underwear.>>I am like six to one. I you cannot win
when it’s like six to one.>>Shouldn’t have had us then.>>What? That’s the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard!>>You whipped Abby with her own underwear!
>>You undied me.>>Are you bringing your snake in?>>Yes.>>To like punish me, attack me.
>>Attack her. Attack her.>>This is getting crazy.>>Bagels, I want you to attack my mom.>>Oh my gosh. I’m not worried about deciding who was
right or wrong today but can we all just.>>We were right, you were wrong.>>Yeah!
Yeah!>>[inaudible] Just wait till your father gets home!>>He’s home.
>>He’s in the bathroom.>>He’s in the bathroom. When we go downstairs, and we start opening packages, I have to have I do have to have a little
bit of control in this situation because I need to know what fits
and I don’t want Julie’s stuff being thrown in the pile with Russell’s
stuff and then I get confused. Stay in the room long enough
for me to ask the right questions and to get the right sizing. Will you agree to do that? Once we’re all done,
you guys are free to go. Hey get off my bed!>>What color is your shirt? Red. What color is your shirt? Red. Yeah, they’re all the same thing!>>Except mine.>>But they’re all in different sizes.>>Except for Abby.>>Except Abby. I’m going to take Abby back-to-school
shopping on her own because she’s the only one who’s not
in the private school this year. And Eve obviously. But um so Abby will go to the public
school, wear regular street clothes and then later maybe
in the next couple weeks. I do want to take you guys who are
going to the private school, back to school shopping
for street clothes. So you have some warm clothes to wear
when you get home from school.
>>You think I’m a street gangster?>>Mom mom mom.>>I own one pair of pants.>>I know you need more.>>And they are thin and they have holes.>>Mom mom.>>I know you need more. You did order a jacket though. I’m proud of you for find—>>You ordered it for me.>>I know but you liked it.>>Thank you.
>>Yes, you… You’re welcome.>>Did you get my jacket too? Yes I did.>>I need a new jacket.>>Big thank you mom you’re the best.
>>Thank you mom you’re the best.>>Mom. Can I get a new backpack when
we go shopping on that day?>>Back to school supply shopping? Um to this day, our back to school supply
shopping videos are one of the best videos we’ve ever done and we’re
gonna do it every year and we’re gonna do the same thumbnail. My kids are gonna be in their 20s.>>I’m gonna do a giveaway too.>>And they’re gonna do. Yeah. Shari’s gonna do a giveaway
on her channel too. Anyway, we’re gonna do that. It’s coming up. You guys. I’m so excited. We’re gonna
we’re gonna make it huge. You’re gonna love it.>>All right. We’ve got the box. Everyone’s being good. Let’s find out what’s in there.>>Oh it’s a little new jacket.>>Oh it’s a vest. That’s probably Russell’s.>>I don’t know which ones are mine.>>Mine!>>What size is this? You got a 16?>>What?>>16 youth.>>Okay try it on. Just try. Oh my gosh. We’re one second into this and already
I’ve got the wrong sizes. [Music]>>What’s [inaudible] this? I didn’t think you wanted that sweater.>>I thought that sweater
was for Julie, Chad. That’s a cardigan. I didn’t think you wanted one.
>>I don’t like these.>>Okay hand it to Julie and
see if it fits Julie. Julie I got this one for you. Um okay that’s huge on you.>>Bike shorts.>>Oh the sizing on these are terrible.>>Those are Julie’s.>>Okay I’m gonna have the kids
try on their uniforms and show you what they look like. So, give us a second here. Look how cute Russell is.>>Oh my gosh! [Music]>>I love it. Russell, you look fine! Ahhh! Get that out of me. Seriously, that’s not right. You go away.>>Savage!>>Savage! Cute! Handsome. You have grown so much. Yeah oh there. Oh you’re so handsome. You’re turning into a man. Okay.>>This is digested mouse.
>>Is that the poop?>>Yeah.>>You’re snake’s poop?>>Yeah.>>Look at that mouse.>>I know right?>>Let’s put it on mom.>>No, I don’t go get out. Get out! Get out of here! You’re gonna lose all your privileges. You already had one warning today.>>Happy birthday to you! [music]>>I would not admit that Shari wore
this all year and never washed it. No one ever washes them.>>Um once in a year is
is good at least once.>>Yeah yeah.>>And I can see that it’s dirty. [Music] Fridays are usually associated
with casual, but at the school it’s actually
dress standard. So they are dressier on Friday. And I think that’s because a lot of their
assemblies are on Fridays and they want to look extra nice for those. So. Okay Julie let me see your Sunday dress. Look, Nollie likes it.>>Stand up.
Julie stand up.>>Stand up let’s see it. I like your Peter Pan collar.>>It like crinkles. You can hear it when you move it.
>>Really? Stand up.
Let’s see your dress.>>It’s the balloon girl.>>Turn around.>>Humpty-dumpty.>>Stop it! [Indistinct voice] You have my permission
to smack him. [Dog barks] Um not right now. Julie I promise, when you’re at that age, everyone
has dresses that are big on you.>>Everybody looks like that. And it’s I personally think it’s darling.>>I think it’s really cute. You look cute.
Especially with your hair.>>Okay now Russell, here’s your clip-on tie.>>You got to like…>>Russell that’s so cute.>>He’s so cute!>>Can you go get your vest? Let me see if the vest fits you.>>Is he supposed to wear a vest?>>It’s for warmth.>>It’s so cute!>>I like it a lot!>>Are there any pockets?>>He found a secret pocket. Two secret pockets?!>>You can keep your pencils in there.>>Yeah!>>And nobody will even know. Mom I don’t like, like…>>I can’t I can’t think of any 13 year old boy who likes
these kinds of clothes.>>This is not as frumpy.
Let me just say it. This is frumpier than
I remember it being. I put it on and I was like oh my gosh. I looked like this all year?>>You look darling. There’s nothing wrong.>>So big!>>Okay everyone get together. I wanna see it. [Music] [inaudible] in our closet! At your guys’ at school or any viewer
who’s watching, do you guys have
to wear school uniforms? ‘Cause we do.>>I already did. And I hate them.