Back to SCHOOL Shopping SPREE for 5 KIDS!

Back to SCHOOL Shopping SPREE for 5 KIDS!


– I got scissors! They’re beautiful. Right here, Jordyn! (grunts) – This is gettin’ crazy. – [Jordyn] Tape! – I need tape! (gasps loudly) – [Jamie] For what? – I don’t know. I just want it. (joyful acoustic guitar music) – Hi, Sodee Family! In today’s blog we go shopping, but before we get started, give us a big thumbs up and
subscribe to our channel. – Back to school shopping, already? I needa get my hair done. (upbeat music) – We’re about to do my
favorite thing ever. Back to school shopping. – The summer’s almost over
guys, which makes me sad, and that means that the back
to school rush is happening, and I am not ready for this. The kids are excited, but I am terrified. I have to shop for five kids, guys! Count it, five kids. Parker is going to preschool, the other three girls
are in elementary school, and Stephen is starting junior high. Dun-dun-dun.
(suspenseful music) The summer is not slowing down,
so we’re doing this, guys. Today we are shopping for school supplies. But before we go shopping,
we need to fill our bellies. – Zupas, our go-to restaurant. – And we go to it, all the time. Guess who’s eating out with us? – Uncle Derek. (upbeat music) – You’re not supposed to be on the table. (children laughing) Look what Derek got. He has barbecue sauce on his salad. – Doesn’t it look amazing? Look at that. – Nope! This is the way to eat out, sit at a different
table than all the kids. – You left me with all the kids. – I sure did. Okay we have arrived at the best place to get school supplies. Especially when you need to
buy supplies for five kids! – Whoa, mom!
– Are you ready? – Yeah! (yells) – I don’t know if Walmart is ready for us. – Go back big. – We have class list lists! We need a pencil box, okay. – All right, guys, this is amazing. I did not know that they
had lists for grades that give you kind of a general idea of what you’re gonna need, because school hasn’t started yet so I haven’t gotten a list
of what the kids need, but we’re gonna follow this
and get everything on it. All right, guys, we’re gonna
do a race to see who can get all of their stuff on
their list the fastest. On your mark, get set, go! (upbeat music) – I got this! (children chattering) – Where’s the preschool list, guys? I don’t see a preschool list anywhere. (upbeat music) – I need erasers! I need these! – [Parker] I want a scissors! Guys, I want scissors! I want scissors! – She’s just standing in
the cart demanding things to get put in the cart for her. – I have cool looking scissors. I need, I need a shopping bag! – I got scissors! They’re beautiful. Right here, Jordyn. (grunts) – This is gettin’ crazy. – Guys, we may end up
(child yelling excitedly) with a cart full of things – Daddy, I got paper!
– that we do not need. – [Jordyn] Tape. – I need tape! (gasps) – [Jamie] For what? – I don’t know. I just want it. – These are mine ’cause I
need mechanical pencils or my handwriting will be terrible. And a sharpener. – True statement. Dad, where does he get
his handwriting from? – His grandpa, I heard, was
pretty bad at it growing up. – [Parker] I got tape! I got tape! Daddy. (chattering excitedly) – High-five? – Look at this awesome ruler. – I need one, because it says. – Guys, this is mine. – I need one just because it’s cool. – Look at all my stuff! Wait, where are the rulers? I need a ruler. – I need a vacation. – I need a vacation. – Um, I need a pencil box. – And the aisle keeps
going and going and going. There’s school supplies everywhere! – Wite-Out is a necessity. – Mama! Have this? – [Jamie] What is that? – Um, kitchen thing? – Kitchen thing? She got magnets guys, magnets. – Mom, mom, I have to get this. – I got Jo-Jo! I got it! He can come on. – [Jamie] Stephen, you
need a pencil pouch, too. – What about this? Oh, wait. (Jamie laughing) – What’s up, kiddos? – [Jamie] Are you going
to get that one, Jordyn? – I didn’t even know there was a heart I didn’t even know that. – [Jamie] Stephen, that’s
the perfect pencil pouch for junior high! – I thought it was just this okay, I thought it was just that. I’d been eyeing that one until I saw that. – He had been eyeing that one! – I want this clock. – [Jamie] You want the cl– (laughing) – It tells great time. – Let me see, what time is it guys. Oh wow guys, it’s getting so late! (Steve groans) – [Jamie] It’s on 35. It’s on 35. We need to wrap this up guys, it’s on 35. – Say what? (upbeat music) – Derek’s on babysitting duty. All right, so the race
is over, and everyone got everything that they needed on the lists. I’m not sure who the winner was. They were all kinda of crazy, but now Dad is gonna go
take ’em to the toy section, so I can go through what they
got and kinda sift through what we actually need
will need for school. – I think I have the most
difficult job of all. I have to entertain the
kids, while Mom secretly goes through the stuff that
they think they need for school. – What did you just say? – Nothin’. – Look me in the eyes. – [Steve] Jordyn, what are you looking at? – [Jordyn] These are cool, they like– – [Steve] Paint balls? – Yep. – [Steve] Oh, throwable paint balls? – Uh huh! – That sounds messy. – Huts and huts, huts and huts. – [Steve] Jordyn, what is that? Are you carrying a flag? Where did you get that? – [Jordyn] Huts and huts, huts and huts. – I have no idea where she got this, and I guess she’s marching with a flag. – [Jordyn] Huts and huts! – [Stephen] Huts and huts! – Oh boy! – Minecraft. (grunts) – When you don’t know what to do, you go to the electronics section and look at the cool stuff. – I want an iPod because I don’t
get a phone, I get an iPod? – That is not what that means. – But it’s not a phone.
– We have to buy Incredibles! We have to buy Incredibles! (children screaming excitedly) Can you open it up?
– The Greatest Showman! We need to buy The Greatest Showman! We need to buy The Greatest Showman! – What are you looking at, Talyor-tot? She can’t hear me. They must be good headphones because now she doesn’t
hear me, magically. Or is that her not listening? – Shh. It’s my blue kind of camera. (Jordyn jabbering) – Taylor loves cameras. I think she wants to be
a YouTuber or something. Walking around with five
kids in the grocery store is like playing hide and seek all the time ’cause I’m always looking for someone. And I’m not very good at it. – Can I get one of these? – Yeah, let’s buy a
giant TV for you, Jordyn. And now I’m looking for Parker. I found Parker lookin’ at,
what are you looking at? Oh good. – [Parker] It’s yours. – She found random cables. I’m so happy. – We need one of these for school. – (gasps loudly) Toys! (child yelling) – They found the toy section,
this could be a problem. – Dad, can we buy this bike? – [Taylor] You guys, you broke it. – Yeah, so I accidentally ran
her bike over with my Razor so I actually do need to buy her a bike. – Dad look, Enchantimals! Both her ears came off of mine. – I want a present, I want this. – I need that, I need that,
I need that, I need that I need that, I need, I need, I need. – [Steve] You are way too big for that. – [Payton] I need this! – These girls just want everything. That thing is like for babies
and she’s ready to ride it. – I want this. – [Steve] Uh, A Tamagotchi? – [Payton] What’s a Tamagotchi? – She doesn’t know what
it is and she wants it. – I want that. – She doesn’t want the little one anymore. She wants the giant one. – [Jordyn] Daddy, Daddy! – I need a hover board too, Dad. – [Jordyn] I need this, Dad. – It’s also the better. – Oh my goodness. I’m lost in the toy section. Looking for kids. So let’s see if I can round them all up, ’cause right now I have zero kids with me. (bicycle bell rings)
(gasps) I found one. Jordyn, I found you thank goodness. Oh! Oh no. (squealing) – Can I have this princess one? – (laughing) I found Parker but I think she found something else. – Can I have a princess? I do anything. – She’ll do anything
for that princess set, isn’t that lovely? I’ve got another one, and she’s on a bike? – (laughing) I don’t need
training wheels, eh, eh. – [Jordyn] You have to come and see this! – I just need to find
Taylor, somewhere in here. All right Taylor, where would someone who is Taylor’s age be in a toy section? (gasps) Right there! What are you looking at? – Baking stuff and– – She loves baking stuff,
so of course I found her by the Snackables. This has been fun, but
think Mom’s probably done looking though the shopping cart, and now just taking a break from me. Mom, are you already done
you’re and avoiding us? – No, not at all, not at all. – Well I managed to make
it back with all the kids. That’s a success for Dad. – All right, the kids are back. We got our supplies, and now
it’s time to look at backpacks. (upbeat music) – The backpacks! – I just found the cutest backpacks ever. – [Kids] Whabam! – That’s a lot of kids wearing backpacks doing the Backpack Kid, and I know you guys always correct me. It’s called the Floss,
but we like to call it the Backpack Kid, especially
when we’re wearing backpacks. Guys, I think we’re done
school supply shopping, and it actually was a breeze! It was way better than
I thought it would be. Did it go smoothly, Dad? – Yes, it went really smoothly. – I guess Derek did some school shopping of his own. Derek’s going to a special
superhero school, guys. – Shh, my name is not Uncle Derek. – [Jamie] Are you truly frightened? – Hopefully you liked our
back to school shopping video! – Our question of the day
is, when do you start school? And what are you the most excited about? – Subscribe to our channel! – Give a big thumbs up! – Comment below! – And see you guys in the next video. – [Kids] Bye! – Back to shoe? – Dad is on the lo-lo-loof,
it’s right there. – Loof, blooper! – Never mind. – Blurry, blur blur blur
blur blur blur blur. (joyful acoustic guitar music)

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