Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Bloopers

A lot of you said that it must have been fun to make the 12 Days of Christmas video. It was! If you mean "fun" as in frustrating and crazy, that is...

Here are the bloopers from that video. Enjoy!

video

Oh and today is the last day for the SpongeBob DVD giveaway HERE.
The giveaway for the beautiful bow holder from I Wanted to Wonder is HERE.
Another chance to win a set of Groovy Girls is HERE.
And last call for the winner of the Poingo set. If I don't hear from you by midnight tonight (Wednesday), I'll draw another winner.

23 comments:

Elleah said...

That was great! How many hours did that take?

Anonymous said...

HAHAHAHA I had alot of fun watching the edited version but even more fun watching the bloopers!!! :) Thanks for the good laugh today! :)

Amy Flippin Blankenship

noexcuses said...

How hilarious!!!!!!!! I love your kids! No, I don't want them, I just love them! Kudos once again for a very entertaining film!

Jessi said...

LOL my son heard the video and ran over to watch. Then that sweet little 2 year old looked at me and said "Mama crazy!" I told him, yup their Mama probably is going crazy.

CatholicGirl said...

That answered a LOT of my questions! Thanks! But I now have a NEW question and would like to know if the diapers were clean when you put the baseballs in them and if not, then who had the the fun job of wiping off the baseballs when the video shoot was over?

Just wondering...

Anonymous said...

Hi Dawn!

It was really enjoyable to watch "Making of the 12 Days of Christmas Video." Your family is really talented! I think my favorite part are the goat noises. That and the new appreciation I have for baseballs in diapers. That just may be a new art form.

Stay warm!

Sandy in Tucson

AlaneM said...

Oh my word, the things you go through to entertain us!!!
You're the best Dawn :)

Imani said...

One day your children will realize what a talented mom they have! Then they'll want their cut of the profits :-).

Relating to you and the "mean mom" they sometimes accuse you of being...I was at my sister-in-law's with my 7 year old nephew. He was throwing a tantrum because she said he could not go to his friend's house to play and I made sure she stuck to her decision. He promptly told us we were mean to which I replied, "Yes, but not as mean as Dawn but we're learning."

Neither he nor his mom understood, but I got a good chuckle.

Love your blog and all you're doing, Dawn. You are a treasure.

Esther said...

So good! I knew you were normal, with normal kids- I just knew it! That reminded me of our Christmas picture-taking fiasco. I finally opted that the parents shouldn't be in the pictures so we could direct and discipline our 5 crazies into one decent picture.

Marit in Idaho said...

Dawn, I loved the outtakes. I especially loved hearing your sweet little brooklyn's voice and all of your kids giggling between takes.

I know how much kids can bug you, and how hard it is to take care of them sometimes. I also see a lot of sarcasm and tiredness when Brooklyn does throw her real tantrums, but I sure can see how much you love them and what a positive attitude you have towards them in real life. Lined with a wicked sarcasm!

You are just the right blend or sweet and bitter to help me realistically get through my days.

And wiping 3 noses with one kleenex was HYSTERICAL!

However, I have to tell you that your groovy girl's link was broken and I would SO love a set of those! So, please fix the link, or just give them to me. My 3 girls would love them! And my son would probably play with them if no one was looking...

MaBunny said...

Too freaking funny, and cute:)Loved it!

Anonymous said...

Loved the 12 Days of Christmas video and REALLY loved the bloopers!!!

Thanks for all of your hard work -- it doesn't go unappreciated!!!

Donna in PA :)

Amanda said...

I am cracking up! Well done. You have so much patience. Loved the original video too.

Coffee Bean said...

I LOVED both the 12 Days and the Bloopers! You are a clevah Mama! I really want to see your rendition of the 12 Days of Christmas in...oh... about 8 years. BWAHAA HAAA HAAA!!! My kids are 16, 18 and 19... maybe I should do one of these. ummmm. NO. LOL!

Harmony said...

Just to let you know, I tried to enter all 3 of your giveaways listed at the top of today's post. However, the top 2 links only lead to the spongebob dvd and the last link for the groovy girls (which i really want to enter!) doesn't lead to anything at all :( Help please?

Kaitlin said...

Okay here's something weird. You and Savannah were in my dream last night. Savannah was my roommate and you were at our apartment just hanging out. You decided to decorate our whole living room with Christmas stuff (which looked pretty amazing). We just sat and talked for a long time...we got along so well. lol. You had decided to move to Mansfield, TX (not sure why there. It's about an hour away from me) Either way, just thought I should share that with you. Your thoughts?

Shan said...

Man! That was more funny that the original video. Hilarious!

Jenn said...

LOL... Love how they all HAVE to get in the frame THEY want too. Not like they are not ALL going to get a part. *G*
you and your kids keep me laughing

Anonymous said...

Just wondering.. who drew your, Er, lovely drawing of you? My guess is clay but who knows? the notorious Notme could have done it too...

MaNiC MoMMy™ said...

OK, I LOVED the bloopers and outtakes!!!!

You need to make more videos!!!

Shawna said...

Loved the Bloopers Dawn! Too funny!

MORE VIDEOS - we want more videos!

My fav video ever was when your little one climbed the refrigerator. That was HYSTERICAL!

A Mom in Jacksonville, FL said...

Adorable! Even better (no offense!) than the original! :)

caroline said...

I think tears were rolling down my cheek on the blooper of Brooklyn telepathically sending the chicken nugget plate across the table...omg...

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