Wednesday, January 6, 2010

The Next American Idol

One of our favorite games to play as a family is "American Idol" on the Wii. The quints like to grab "microphones" (blocks or kitchen utensils) and pretend to play too. We didn't realize just how much they were picking up on until the other night at dinner...



Last night we were playing Lego Rockband after the quints went to bed. We played "Crocodile Rock". When we finished the song, it was quiet for a minute, then we heard a little voice from the room where the girl's were supposed to be sleeping singing "La-----, la la la la la-----..." It was hilarious!
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17 comments:

Tracey's Life said...

Priceless! I cannot believe how big they have gotten! Hoping you have a healthy and happy New Year.

MT said...

ah ha ha ha ha. that was just adorable. all those super fun sounds you get to live with ;) i love it :)

Heather said...

haha! that was covered with cuteness. :)

KittyMama said...

Oh my, that was hillarious! Thanks for sharing!

Halli Matheny said...

That is hilarious! Now you need to teach them Eye of the Tiger! :) SO cute.

Suzanne and Davey Maughan said...

Wow! Kyndall is really good at not only talking, but singing! I love it! That was hilarious!

And if you dont know me, I found your blog through the Carroll's. I was a receptionist at Gilbert Ped's when you brought the quints in for their newborn appts. :)

Megan Of Parker said...

Now I know for certain that they are destined for great things. Kyndall's memory is amazing, and her pitch is better than many an adult's.

Angela said...

I'm surprised to hear little Kyndall singing. Because she doesn't have much hair she always looked so young to me. But she doesn't sing like a youngster. What a voice!

Apis Melliflora said...

Oh me oh my! Fuuuunny! They could be the happy and healthy version of the Jackson 5!

Julianne said...

Seriously, so cute!!! LOL! I loved it!

Nikki said...

That was absolutely adorable. I love that age. :)

Maaike van Oosterom said...

Your kids are great singers, and I agree with Megan, Kyndall's memory and pitch are amazing!

Off topic: Do the girls have their own bedroom now? Are they no longer sharing with Rustin and Ryder?

Diane said...

It is moments like these that make memories of more stressful moments fade into the distance. Your children are beautiful...and great entertainers!!

Amy Lynne said...

They are too precious! Two of my favorite songs when I was a kid too! I love how they get the melody going, you might just have some future stars in your brood!

Kristen said...

That is Awesome! You need to make little costumes and really put them on a stage (the church?) and focus on one song.. ..that will be a BIG you tube hit!

Anonymous said...

Hi Marie here in New Zealand, I often pop in for a read of your blog but have never commented ... I sat here in Awe at the quints singing, goodness wee Kyndall such a voice and memory for the words ... seriously cute!

jo said...

soooooooo adorable! it tickles my heart while listening Kydall singing a retro number and i noticed she got the note correctly!ha ha ha..... i love them all. God Bless You all! joan frm Davao, Philippines