Monday, July 14, 2008

Poor K...........

Besides the boys, I'm probably the only one that thinks the following clips are hilarious. The two older kids wanted to make a video/movie of themselves. I had no idea what they were going to do; I was just the cameraman not the producer. K dressed up as the villain trying to overtake the other two. He couldn't even get out his "weapons" (which were just Lego parts) from his pockets to throw at his opponents before they (his 2 little brothers) "attacked" him. You'll see him struggling to be tough and failing miserably. No one got hurt but A threw in some good punches. What I found so funny was that poor Ki makes a terrible villain; He couldn't hold up his character at all.

There was a part 2 and I had to call it quits after that because I'm sure they would have loved to do it all night long. And as you will be able to tell the second one got aggressive.....typical.

No my kids aren't violent and I don't encourage it either (although this post contradicts that). They just think like boys and wanted to show off their stuff on video. As a parent I've learned to let my kids have some space to be themselves even if it means putting up with some of this type of silliness. Anyhow, my kids and the clips gave me a good laugh and I hope they do for you too.

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In the end, it appears that the good guys won as poor K pathetically lays flat on his back in defeat. As a side note, I'm thinking L might make for a good wrestler and A seems to have a taste for fighting. K, however, I think we'll stick with golfing that's unless he wants to do martial arts or wrestling (he'll have to work hard like anything else). Who knows, maybe he'll produce movies someday, but not be in them.

8 comments:

Chris said...

So funny. A is really getting into it! Its good for them to practice a little bit of contact sports/games, it'll make them a little tougher. Thanks for the clips babe.

lucy said...

Did you see Levi? He pulled off some wrestling moves in that second clip. Apolo, boy, he is something else. I'm thinking he'll be the one protecting his older brothers in high school.

Cody said...

It's kind of funny how similar your three boys are to Carsons. That was a funny clip. I wanted to jump in and help Koji!

CUTRER said...

You should tell K that he should know that they found that super heros w/ capes never win they get in the way of the fight. He we missed you on Sunday. How did things go? Are we relased yet? Oh well you guys need to come swimming at our place.

lucy said...

I must be in need of some adult interaction because these clips make me chuckle way too much. Some may be wondering "where is there mother?" Well, the truth is I am behind the camera laughing right along with them. You can't hear us because there's no sound but it was a good time.

Cody--"It's kind of funny how similar your three boys are to Carsons." Thank You. That is a compliment. Those kids are sooo darn cute and what boys should be like.

Edith--We would love to go swimming at your place!! We definitely miss you guys. It's so quiet on our street. I didn't go to church on Sunday but from what I heard, you guys were not released yet and neither I or sis. White showed up for our classes. oopps! And I heard Sunday School got a little heated. Chris emphasized that my boys did VERY well during sacrament meeting without me.....so there's my excuse to no longer go but that wouldn't do anything for them....so I'll just sit in the back with some other family with kids I can help out.

Mr. Dizzle said...

those boys are so violent. where are their parents? get ready for a long life of crime and maleficence, i can see it already.




i actually find it interesting that you would put that disclaimer in your post. it looks like they had a lot of fun with it, you have some great boys.

Sylvia said...

I love how well your boys play together. Yeah poor K his youngest Brother can take him. By the way I loved the clips. Who wouldn't think that is funny?

jkziel said...

Koji will have no problems--with brothers like that if anything ever comes up you know that they have his back!

Isaac isn't much of a fighter at our house, but Matthew can take him down with one concentrated aim for the knees (of course with his body)