When Nanny McAnnie took it to the streets… actually, to Monkey Joe’s and Moe’s. Cause we had what one might call some “pent up energy”.
i’m just amazed at how many songs you have from mary poppins…
Ok, have you been showing the girls Bollywood movies on the side? ‘Cause I’d swear those dance moves had a little bit of India in them…
Keegan loves the “jump place.” Great way to wear the kids out.
I have never heard of Monkey Joe’s, but I would have loved that place as a child. Who am I kidding? I would love it NOW. Oh, and I am impressed with the nanny skillz, Annie!
Okay…I’m assuming that Steve and Randel love you enough to understand that when their daughter cries…you film.
Totally. I told her about it pre-post when they called yesterday morning.
Ummm … are you done writing, missy?
In my “nannying” days, it was a trip to Chuck E. Cheese. Is that uncool now? Though a burrito sounds waayyy better than an cardboard pizza any day! (c:
I wish you were my nanny.
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