Friday, December 31, 2010

Remember Last December?

I originally wrote this post Dec. 7, 2009.  It holds a special place in my heart because it is the first post in which I actually embedded a video (before that there was just a link to click on. Ha!  Rookie Jules!)

These Ads Are So Cute!  These Ads Are So Cute!
It is a rare occasion on which I find myself wanting my kids to be child actors, but this commercial brings all those wants rushing to the surface.

These kids are darling! And talented! And they're in commercials, not say... Poltergeist: Return of the Polters. So how much damage can be done? (Please do not reference my Dec. 2 post- I will not allow my own bloggy words to be used in a (valid- I admit it! Valid!) case against me). Unfortunately (or fortunately depending on your take here), I don't have the energy to parade my kids around the show biz (unless we're talking Chuck E. Cheese- fka Show Biz) so they'll have to settle for Jules' School of Awesome Commercial Dances, in which I will train them in Gap Ads 101 and force them to perform at all family functions (and for my own spontaneous amusement). Of course, first Adrienne will need to learn to walk (she can't even sit up yet- I've got her in sitting up boot camp (thank you Bumbo!) but those are issues for another blog- maybe a Hover-Mom blog). I could have her be the girl laying on the floor during the "these boots are so cute" portion. Yes! Problem solved.

Word count: 208
Parentheses count: 7 (but I've earned it! having finally learned how to embed the YouTube videos!!!!)
Oops: make that 8


Cheryl @ On the Old Path said...

Congrats, we have enjoyed this talent. One that I have yet to learn HMMM. :{ Have an incredible blessed New Year!!!

Nicki Woo said...

Love you, love you, love you. I only wish that I had known you in '09. You kill me kid. Your so funny, and your posts always make me smile, sweet happy smiles.

Those kids are sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo cute. In my world that exists in my head, that is EXACTLY how my kids dress and dance. We had a dance a thon the other day, and I have realized that the 4 year old has a rump shaker. I'm scared. The 6 year has some pretty awesome cheer moves, but they don't mix well with Pop/hip hop. And the 10 year old is a rebel when it comes to dance, she is rebelling against the rhythym. And poor Feebs, she's just hungry. She won't shake a tail feather without a cracker in her hand.

Jules said...

@Cheryl: Maybe a good 2011 resolution? :)
@Nikki: Love you so much girl! I would LOVE to have a dance party with the Woos. I've been practicing with the girls for an upcoming wedding. M's go-to move is the "spin until I'm sick". And A can bend and straighten her knees like nobody's business.

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