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Vlog attempt #1


Please be patient I don't have the video camera I want yet. But this is what my kids live for after each football game. This video features my kiddos and our neighbors who shall remain nameless here. Visit their family blog here.

OH and don't forget to comment on the 200th post to be entered to win I will be closing it at midnight tonight and announcing the winner tomorrow!!

Comments

Henich Family said…
Remain nameless because they are BYU fans at a UTAH game??????

;)
candace said…
Go Rudys and Go Utes!!! Cute Brandie!
*~Petra~* said…
Ha ha Brandie that is awesome. Both of them were in absolute heaven. Thanks for letting them go and for the shout out to our blog! You guys are so sweet. ♥ I may be a BYU fan, but I can't hate the Utes any more since I met you guys.

And Annie, the 2 BYU fans in our house were sitting at home watching the game... :p
Big Mama Cass said…
Awwwwwwwwww~! how cute!!

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