Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Does this mean I'm juvenile?

Does it mean I'm juvenile that I still lock my family out of the car? And make them dance to gain entry? And video tape the dancing? Even after all this time? I mean, I have been doing it for years.



Ok. Am I childish and immature for still thinking it is so funny?

-dana

28 comments:

Nancy said...

oh...ha ha ha ha .... I should do that to the grandkids...they would think it is hilarious..

Did I see just a wee bit of embarrassment on the cute face at the end.???

corinnea said...

The real question is not are you childish and immature for thinking it's funny, because personally I choose to remain about that childish and immature for the rest of my life. I think it keeps us young.

The real question is wouldn't they be soooooo disappointed if you didn't make them dance outside the car?

beth said...

What a fun way to add humor to everyday activities!!

Why Not Sew? said...

I love this! I still think about it from the clip you put up last time. I bet you'd be so much fun to hang out with!

Simply Sandy said...

How cute is this! I love what a great sport your husband is! Such fun! :)

silversmith said...

i really love your daughter's face towards the end.... mad and serious looking yet she can't help but smile through it.

Beth said...

i laughed out loud! love it! i laughed when you did it eons ago to... was it your dad?

Pat / Silver Thimble Quilt Co. said...

I love it. I still grab my kids hands when we walk through the parking lot into stores. AND THEY ARE 27 AND 22 and I have a son in law whose hand I grab now.

Pat

Anna said...

Haha - that's great. It only makes you juvenile if me backing up a little each time my husband goes for the door handle makes me juvenile!

Jen said...

I love it! I love how your family has such a great sense of humor about it too! I think my hubby would just get too mad if I did this to him! He really needs to lighten up! Maybe I should start this! ;)

Kimmy B said...

I'm laughing ridiculously loud at work right now. people staring. hilarious. thanks for making me laugh!

Trudi said...

Oh I love that look! Thanks for sharing Dana!

Em said...

I love it! What I really think is cool is the way they EXPECT and KNOW what to do in order to have the doors unlocked!

Blue Is Bleu said...

I don't know but I'd totally do that too lol

VeeV said...

Em said it exactly....

they know the routine....
they know what to do....
and they just do it....
get it over with....
then they can get in...
and the day continues...

i refuse to grow up!!!
xo
eva

Quilt Nut said...

so funny! I love it!!

nan ran said...

Nope, it just means you are child at heart. There is nothing wrong with that.

mommymae said...

i need to start doing this now that i have a video camera on my phone. i love it!

Scottish Nanna said...

Love it Love it Love it Play this one to her on her 21st.
Hugs Mary.

Jessica Christensen said...

What it means is that you are consistent. And a little juvenile, yeah. But funny. I love that your husband just does it. He just knows. He's not even gonna fight it. I love that! I think THAT is the funniest part!

CitricSugar said...

Yes. But I like you that way. :-)

I happen to think it's completely awesome and would try it myself if I wouldn't be disinherited. My mum gives wicked Stink Eye when we try to have fun. lol I'll have to wait until the next generation arrives. But I'm so going to do it.

sarah, rsm said...

it means you are dana and they love you for it! :)

Dandelion Quilts said...

Looks like you have fun!

Annie H said...

I absolutely love this and get a kick out of it! Thanks for sharing again. I am going on a road trip to Texas from Wyoming in a few weeks. I think I'll try it then. :-)

Cinnamon*Sticks Boutique said...

Seriously Woman! My husband does this to me all the time now...but I do have to admit that the kids asked me to lock him out the other day and make him dance and it was funny :)

Renna said...

LOL! I love the "okay, enough is enough, let me in!" look on her face at the end of the video. That's hilarious.

susan said...

i loved this, they are so good natured about it and know you will let them in eventually. just dont do it in the rain or snow, that would be mean :-)

Kim said...

Oh yes you are childish and never lose that fun loving spirit!

I just adore that your husband goes along with it and smiles and dances.....he's really something with his girls isn't he?

Now see my husband would have his own keys on him and just open the door.....where would be the fun in that???

Keep em dancing and smiling!

Happy Sewing