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September 12, 2019
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One on One with Kirk Cameron

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  • - This is not a real sibling gathering
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  • without a little sibling rivalry.
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  • - Go!
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  • (screams)
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  • (crashing)
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  • - I'm Kirk Cameron.
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  • And I get to meet some pretty amazing people.
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  • These are people who totally inspire me
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  • with their hearts full of faith, character and courage.
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  • They push their limits, they think outside the box,
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  • and bravely use their gifts and talents
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  • to bless others.
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  • And today we get to spend some time One on One.
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  • (fire crackling)
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  • When I was a kid I remember my dad
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  • would make oatmeal every morning for breakfast.
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  • Didn't matter what anybody else was having,
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  • he was having oatmeal.
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  • And it looked just like this.
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  • It's funny the things that you remember as a kid
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  • about your parents when you grow up.
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  • And it's even funnier the things you do like your parents
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  • when you grow up.
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  • I admit, our house was an interesting place
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  • to grow up in as kids,
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  • because my dad was a math teacher and a PE teacher,
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  • my mom was a stay-at-home mom.
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  • And I remember her teaching macrame classes
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  • in the garage.
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  • Do you even remember what macrame is?
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  • And two of us were on TV shows,
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  • Full House and Growing Pains,
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  • so we were juggling all those schedules,
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  • and there was quite a bit more estrogen in the house
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  • than there was testosterone.
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  • Because I had three sisters,
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  • Bridgette, Melissa, and Candace.
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  • And now that we're all grown up with our own families
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  • it's rare that we actually get together just us.
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  • So I invited them to come over today
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  • and catch up with me over a little oatmeal.
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  • Hey ladies, come on in.
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  • - [Woman] Hi!
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  • - [Woman] Hi.
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  • - Hi, how are ya?
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  • - I'm doing great.
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  • Thanks for coming over.
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  • - Hi.
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  • - Doesn't Mom and Dad's house look great?
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  • - Always.
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  • - Yeah, it does.
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  • - Give me a hug.
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  • - Oh my gosh.
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  • - Check this out.
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  • You like?
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  • - [Candace] This is a little fancier than Mom and Dad made.
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  • - Well, you know, you know, I try.
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  • - This is so nice!
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  • - I actually remember exactly how Dad
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  • always made his oatmeal.
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  • With the raisins and the bananas and everything.
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  • So I thought it would be fun, we could catch up
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  • over a little breakfast.
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  • You like?
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  • - [Candace] Oh nice!
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  • - You like?
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  • Here, I'll take the lids.
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  • - Cooked bananas in there.
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  • - Yeah, 'cause Dad would always boil the bananas
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  • and the raisins in the water.
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  • - Yeah.
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  • - Before he put the oats in.
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  • - And the cinnamon and the apples too.
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  • - And the nutmeg.
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  • He uses Mom's essential oils now for the nutmeg.
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  • He's graduated from the powder to the oil
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  • 'cause it permeates, he says.
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  • - I love it.
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  • - So I thought it would be so much fun
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  • for us to talk about growing up together.
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  • And I remember our sort of religious habit
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  • every Sunday morning wasn't going to church.
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  • It was.
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  • - Rub a dub, no?
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  • - No, what was it?
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  • - I was gonna say, rub a dub dub thanks for the grub.
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  • - Oh, well, so we would say rub a dub dub
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  • thanks for the grub.
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  • But we would go to the beach every Sunday.
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  • - Oh yeah yeah yeah.
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  • - So Sunday morning was we'd go down to the beach
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  • in Santa Monica, and I remember
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  • all of the wrestling matches in the sand
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  • that you and I would have.
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  • And Uncle Frankie would draw the ring in the sand,
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  • and he'd say, in this corner
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  • we got the wild and wonderful Bridgette Cameron.
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  • And then in this corner, weighing in at 85 pounds,
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  • we got Kirk.
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  • And he would go, ding ding,
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  • and we would run toward each other.
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  • And if I ever kicked sand in your eyes,
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  • you would go nuts.
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  • She's go back to her corner
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  • and she'd turn into like Raging Bull.
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  • She comes running out at me and I would lose.
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  • - You don't remember that?
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  • - And I would laugh so hard at your faces
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  • that I lost all my strength,
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  • and she would just whoop me and beat me up
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  • because I couldn't make a fist.
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  • - But Frankie would come and he would like grab me
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  • because he knew I'd just turn into a bull.
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  • And he's like trying to hold me back.
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  • - He's like, Bridge, easy, easy, back off!
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  • Yeah yeah, how about you?
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  • - I remember handstands in the sand.
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  • - Pyramids.
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  • (crosstalk)
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  • - Yeah.
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  • - And then go up.
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  • - How about when you?
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  • - Oh.
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  • Uh oh, here it is.
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  • - Snakes?
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  • - Yeah!
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  • - Oh, that was awful.
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  • Can you believe I did that?
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  • - We had pet snakes and then we had little hamsters,
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  • which we thought we had girl hamsters,
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  • but apparently we had a boy hamster too.
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  • So they had babies.
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  • We came home one day and we started counting them,
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  • and there were like three or five baby hamsters missing.
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  • 'Cause you fed them to your snake.
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  • - And I had snakes
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  • because I was allergic to cats and dogs as a kid.
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  • So I would catch snakes.
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  • And I would feed them rats that I would catch
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  • out in the hills.
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  • And when I ran out of food supply,
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  • I found your hamsters.
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  • - We had little pet Smoky, we had a pet rat too.
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  • - Wasn't that terrible?
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  • How could I do that as a 14-year-old kid?
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  • - I loved Smoky.
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  • - Well, there were too many hamsters.
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  • What are you gonna do with 14 hamsters?
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  • - They really stunk too.
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  • They really did.
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  • - But I'll never forget.
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  • - It still doesn't make it okay.
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  • - No, but I'll never forget when Mom
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  • got the phone call from Blanca, the cleaning lady.
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  • Miss Barbara, Miss Barbara, the snake's got out!
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  • (crosstalk)
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  • Around the toilet.
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  • - [Kirk] They got out of the house.
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  • They were like wrapped around the doorknob.
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  • I had to chase one of them out of the cabinet
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  • with a hair dryer.
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  • You know, I think it's so special
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  • that now we've grown up, we all have our own kids.
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  • Melissa, you live across the country.
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  • We're not together in the same town anymore.
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  • But it's great to see how each of you
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  • are focusing in on different things
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  • that are particularly important.
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  • So, Melis, I know that motherhood is a sacred role for you.
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  • Can you just talk about that for a minute?
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  • - Oh sure.
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  • So, Jason and I, we have our five kids.
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  • And we've chosen to home educate them.
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  • With home educating them,
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  • it's really I would say the biggest lesson
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  • that I've learned in it
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  • and what I love the most about it
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  • is it gives me time with them.
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  • - [Kirk] Yeah.
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  • - I have time with them.
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  • We are hardly ever rushed into doing anything.
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  • And I get to delight in them and enjoy them
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  • and tie strings with them and watch them grow.
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  • - Yeah, that's such a home schooler phrase right there,
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  • tie sting with them.
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  • - Yeah, I know, I was just gonna say.
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  • - They're thinking that you're sitting there tying strings
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  • with your children.
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  • Explain what that means.
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  • - Yes, we do wanna hand, hand, I'm learning
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  • all these fun things that we don't do.
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  • But it's fun to watch everyone else do them.
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  • - What does tying strings mean?
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  • - Tie heart strings to them.
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  • I get to just like delight in them and enjoy them
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  • and see what they love, and they come in.
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  • - [Kirk] Your relationship with them.
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  • - Yes, the relationship is so important.
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  • And I honestly believe Mom and Dad
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  • did such a great job in doing that with us kids,
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  • even though we weren't home educated.
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  • - Yeah.
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  • - The focus was family.
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  • Family always came first, before anyone else.
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  • And so I'm just carrying that on with my family.
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  • Our family is first, and I want them to enjoy
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  • one another.
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  • I want them to learn what it is to function
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  • as a family and a family unit.
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  • And to enjoy one another,
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  • and then take that out of our home, and enjoy others
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  • and delight in other people.
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  • And the home educating just allows us to do that.
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  • It gives us the time to just slow down,
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  • not worry about what everyone else is doing,
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  • and we can just grow together and learn together.
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  • That's what I love about it.
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  • - And you're doing such a great job of it.
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  • Your kids are awesome.
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  • We love your kids.
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  • But how do you do it without losing your mind?
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  • You have five kids, and you're teaching.
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  • - No one said I didn't lose my mind.
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  • - Okay.
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  • But that's a huge responsibility,
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  • but you're doing such a great job.
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  • - Oh, thank you.
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  • - I love it, I love what it (mumbles)
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  • - I really do love it.
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  • And I think that that's,
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  • it's not everyone feels this way and I do know that,
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  • but I genuinely enjoy it and feel that
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  • children and people are meant to be invested in.
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  • And I'm just investing generationally
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  • and investing in the future with our kids.
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  • And I'm starting with them and it pours out.
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  • I know it does.
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  • - Yeah.
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  • - I'm just trusting in them.
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  • as it is to Melissa and Candace.
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  • You had actually a really interesting experience
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  • with your third baby.
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  • - Yes.
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  • - And not many people have ever heard that story.
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  • You have three kids.
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  • - I have three children.
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  • - At the time you had Cameron.
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  • - I had Cameron and Everett and I was pregnant.
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  • - Okay.
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  • - With my third.
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  • And the two boys were very young.
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  • And I woke up one afternoon from a nap.
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  • And I noticed that I started bleeding.
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  • And I immediately knew that I was miscarrying.
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  • I just had that instinct.
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  • - Did you know you were pregnant?
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  • - I knew I was pregnant, I knew I was pregnant,
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  • and so I immediately just was like
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  • I'm having a miscarriage.
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  • So I called my neighbor and I told her
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  • to take me to the hospital.
  • 00:08:57.250 --> 00:08:59.260
  • And I was in the hospital room,
  • 00:08:59.270 --> 00:09:03.230
  • and there were nurses and doctors just running around
  • 00:09:03.240 --> 00:09:06.090
  • because there was just so much going on with my body.
  • 00:09:06.100 --> 00:09:10.230
  • And I called Mom,
  • 00:09:10.240 --> 00:09:13.130
  • and I told her, Mom, I'm having a miscarriage.
  • 00:09:13.140 --> 00:09:16.210
  • And she said, Bridgette, whatever you do,
  • 00:09:16.220 --> 00:09:20.130
  • do not let the doctors take you into the OR.
  • 00:09:20.140 --> 00:09:24.090
  • And I said, Mom, they're prepping me to go in
  • 00:09:24.100 --> 00:09:26.280
  • and to do a procedure.
  • 00:09:26.290 --> 00:09:28.170
  • And she said, Bridgette, do not let the doctors
  • 00:09:28.180 --> 00:09:31.280
  • do anything until you get an ultrasound.
  • 00:09:31.290 --> 00:09:34.260
  • And I was like, Mom, but they, you know.
  • 00:09:34.270 --> 00:09:37.010
  • And she said, Bridgette, please, I'm just begging you.
  • 00:09:37.020 --> 00:09:39.010
  • And I said, okay.
  • 00:09:39.020 --> 00:09:40.160
  • So the nurse came in and she was about ready to take me
  • 00:09:40.170 --> 00:09:43.120
  • and I looked at her and I said,
  • 00:09:43.130 --> 00:09:44.180
  • I'm doing the ultrasound in the room.
  • 00:09:44.190 --> 00:09:47.130
  • And she said, no no no, we'll do the ultrasound
  • 00:09:47.140 --> 00:09:50.170
  • in the OR.
  • 00:09:50.180 --> 00:09:51.230
  • And I said, no, I'm having it here.
  • 00:09:51.240 --> 00:09:53.080
  • Well, then I became the problem patient.
  • 00:09:53.090 --> 00:09:54.240
  • - [Kirk] Yeah.
  • 00:09:54.250 --> 00:09:56.020
  • - The eye rolling from the nurses.
  • 00:09:56.030 --> 00:09:57.280
  • - We got a difficult one.
  • 00:09:57.290 --> 00:09:59.010
  • - And, oh my gosh.
  • 00:09:59.020 --> 00:09:59.280
  • And we got a difficult patient.
  • 00:09:59.290 --> 00:10:01.120
  • So they came in and they brought the machine in there.
  • 00:10:01.130 --> 00:10:06.030
  • And at that point John had come in, my husband.
  • 00:10:06.040 --> 00:10:10.210
  • And Mom was on her way.
  • 00:10:10.220 --> 00:10:13.120
  • And they did the ultrasound.
  • 00:10:13.130 --> 00:10:15.210
  • And the nurse looked at me and she looked at the machine.
  • 00:10:15.220 --> 00:10:20.220
  • She looked at me again and she looked at the machine,
  • 00:10:22.050 --> 00:10:23.290
  • and I go, what?
  • 00:10:24.000 --> 00:10:25.220
  • I go, what, what?
  • 00:10:25.230 --> 00:10:28.120
  • And she started crying.
  • 00:10:28.130 --> 00:10:29.180
  • And she said, you're still pregnant.
  • 00:10:29.190 --> 00:10:33.000
  • And I started crying and I said,
  • 00:10:34.000 --> 00:10:35.260
  • how can you say that to me when I just miscarried
  • 00:10:35.270 --> 00:10:39.290
  • at home in my bathroom?
  • 00:10:40.000 --> 00:10:41.230
  • I just physically said goodbye to my child.
  • 00:10:41.240 --> 00:10:44.170
  • And I was nine weeks at the time.
  • 00:10:44.180 --> 00:10:47.090
  • And she said, you're still pregnant.
  • 00:10:47.100 --> 00:10:50.080
  • And she turned the monitor and showed me,
  • 00:10:50.090 --> 00:10:53.090
  • and there was a heartbeat.
  • 00:10:53.100 --> 00:10:54.240
  • And John and I just looked at each other.
  • 00:10:56.000 --> 00:10:57.280
  • We just said, what is going on?
  • 00:10:57.290 --> 00:11:00.100
  • And Mom came in at that point.
  • 00:11:00.110 --> 00:11:02.050
  • And she saw us crying and she said, honey, I'm so sorry.
  • 00:11:02.060 --> 00:11:06.050
  • And we had never experienced a miscarriage
  • 00:11:06.060 --> 00:11:08.290
  • in our family.
  • 00:11:09.000 --> 00:11:10.010
  • None of you or Mom or anything.
  • 00:11:10.020 --> 00:11:12.050
  • And I said, Mom, I'm still pregnant.
  • 00:11:12.060 --> 00:11:14.210
  • And she's like, what?
  • 00:11:14.220 --> 00:11:16.040
  • And I said, yes, look.
  • 00:11:16.050 --> 00:11:18.140
  • So, at that point I knew that there was something
  • 00:11:18.150 --> 00:11:22.250
  • else going on.
  • 00:11:22.260 --> 00:11:24.000
  • God was just giving me that sense
  • 00:11:24.010 --> 00:11:25.250
  • that something else was happening.
  • 00:11:25.260 --> 00:11:28.200
  • So, I went to a doctor that had delivered Everett.
  • 00:11:28.210 --> 00:11:32.000
  • And she did an ultrasound on me
  • 00:11:32.010 --> 00:11:35.110
  • and she instantly said, you were carrying twins.
  • 00:11:35.120 --> 00:11:38.080
  • And I had no idea that I was carrying twins.
  • 00:11:38.090 --> 00:11:41.240
  • But I did miscarry one at home.
  • 00:11:42.210 --> 00:11:45.160
  • And carried the second one full.
  • 00:11:45.170 --> 00:11:48.160
  • Mom told me to name the one that passed,
  • 00:11:48.170 --> 00:11:53.160
  • and so I have and that's Sofia.
  • 00:11:54.140 --> 00:11:56.030
  • And Reese is here.
  • 00:11:56.040 --> 00:11:58.100
  • So.
  • 00:11:58.110 --> 00:11:59.190
  • - Wow, and if you'd have gone into the OR.
  • 00:11:59.200 --> 00:12:01.260
  • - If I hadn't listened to Mom
  • 00:12:01.270 --> 00:12:03.070
  • and Mom being so persistent with me
  • 00:12:03.080 --> 00:12:04.280
  • to get, not let them take me, Reese would not be here.
  • 00:12:04.290 --> 00:12:09.170
  • - Ugh.
  • 00:12:09.180 --> 00:12:10.220
  • - So I'm grateful, very grateful.
  • 00:12:10.230 --> 00:12:12.120
  • - Yeah.
  • 00:12:12.130 --> 00:12:13.110
  • - So listen to your mother.
  • 00:12:13.120 --> 00:12:14.060
  • - [Kirk] Seriously.
  • 00:12:14.070 --> 00:12:15.110
  • - Right?
  • 00:12:15.120 --> 00:12:16.170
  • - I need to hug Mom all over again.
  • 00:12:16.180 --> 00:12:17.120
  • - Listen to your mother.
  • 00:12:17.130 --> 00:12:18.160
  • - I'm really enjoying this oatmeal.
  • 00:12:18.170 --> 00:12:19.130
  • I wanna go hug Dad too.
  • 00:12:19.140 --> 00:12:21.200
  • - I know, Dad's awesome.
  • 00:12:21.210 --> 00:12:23.010
  • - So, Melissa and Bridgette have younger kids.
  • 00:12:23.020 --> 00:12:26.250
  • But our kids are a little bit older.
  • 00:12:26.260 --> 00:12:28.160
  • So, you have three, we have six.
  • 00:12:28.170 --> 00:12:31.120
  • And they're starting to fly the nest.
  • 00:12:31.130 --> 00:12:33.050
  • One of my daughters is in Texas.
  • 00:12:33.060 --> 00:12:34.280
  • Lev is in Colorado.
  • 00:12:34.290 --> 00:12:36.120
  • And Jack is about to get married.
  • 00:12:36.130 --> 00:12:38.150
  • So, have you thought about what the empty nest syndrome
  • 00:12:38.160 --> 00:12:41.070
  • is gonna even look like?
  • 00:12:41.080 --> 00:12:42.280
  • - Well, we just started.
  • 00:12:42.290 --> 00:12:44.120
  • - Thought about what you're gonna do with this new chapter?
  • 00:12:44.130 --> 00:12:46.010
  • - We just started thinking about it.
  • 00:12:46.020 --> 00:12:48.060
  • Because I'm like, whoa, how much do we really
  • 00:12:48.070 --> 00:12:50.100
  • like each other?
  • 00:12:50.110 --> 00:12:51.220
  • - [Kirk] Right?
  • 00:12:51.230 --> 00:12:52.230
  • - What are we gonna do together?
  • 00:12:52.240 --> 00:12:54.020
  • What do we have in common?
  • 00:12:54.030 --> 00:12:55.170
  • Because you invest all these years in your children,
  • 00:12:55.180 --> 00:12:57.130
  • and they're such a huge part of your life.
  • 00:12:57.140 --> 00:12:59.250
  • So yeah, we started thinking like, huh,
  • 00:12:59.260 --> 00:13:02.140
  • what are we gonna do, just you and me?
  • 00:13:02.150 --> 00:13:04.140
  • But you know what, I've loved the teenage years.
  • 00:13:04.150 --> 00:13:07.230
  • And I've always said I've enjoyed them more
  • 00:13:07.240 --> 00:13:10.050
  • than the younger years,
  • 00:13:10.060 --> 00:13:11.270
  • even though I really enjoyed the younger years.
  • 00:13:11.280 --> 00:13:14.050
  • But I so enjoy the adult conversations
  • 00:13:14.060 --> 00:13:16.240
  • that I have with my kids.
  • 00:13:16.250 --> 00:13:18.130
  • I like seeing who they've grown into as young men
  • 00:13:18.140 --> 00:13:21.150
  • and women and how they're gonna influence the world
  • 00:13:21.160 --> 00:13:24.190
  • and what they're gonna do with their lives.
  • 00:13:24.200 --> 00:13:26.190
  • So I've loved these teenage years,
  • 00:13:26.200 --> 00:13:28.090
  • and it excites me to see them fly the coup.
  • 00:13:28.100 --> 00:13:32.120
  • And I'm gonna miss them terribly.
  • 00:13:32.130 --> 00:13:34.270
  • I hope we're still all within the same city.
  • 00:13:34.280 --> 00:13:36.290
  • I mean we do everything together, so in that sense
  • 00:13:37.000 --> 00:13:39.250
  • it's hard, but I'm so excited for them.
  • 00:13:39.260 --> 00:13:42.120
  • So it makes me really happy and I can look back
  • 00:13:42.130 --> 00:13:44.230
  • and look at what Val and I have done with our kids,
  • 00:13:44.240 --> 00:13:48.040
  • and I'm like, okay.
  • 00:13:48.050 --> 00:13:51.120
  • Like, I feel good.
  • 00:13:51.130 --> 00:13:54.220
  • Like you were talking about, investing.
  • 00:13:54.230 --> 00:13:56.130
  • I feel like we've done the best job
  • 00:13:56.140 --> 00:13:58.070
  • that Val and I could do.
  • 00:13:58.080 --> 00:14:00.190
  • Doesn't have to be anyone else's style,
  • 00:14:00.200 --> 00:14:02.220
  • but we feel like we did the best job with our kids.
  • 00:14:02.230 --> 00:14:06.240
  • So it makes me happy.
  • 00:14:06.250 --> 00:14:08.240
  • - That's so great.
  • 00:14:08.250 --> 00:14:09.200
  • It really is exciting because these are the years
  • 00:14:09.290 --> 00:14:11.210
  • where you plant all these seeds, like in a garden,
  • 00:14:11.220 --> 00:14:13.260
  • and all these years you're watering and nurturing
  • 00:14:13.270 --> 00:14:16.220
  • and lots of sunlight.
  • 00:14:16.230 --> 00:14:18.000
  • And now you start to see the fruit
  • 00:14:18.010 --> 00:14:19.070
  • and you see who they're gonna become.
  • 00:14:19.080 --> 00:14:20.160
  • And I agree with you.
  • 00:14:20.170 --> 00:14:21.240
  • I've been looking forward to the day
  • 00:14:21.250 --> 00:14:23.060
  • when I get my girlfriend back.
  • 00:14:23.070 --> 00:14:25.010
  • - [Candace] Right, yeah.
  • 00:14:25.020 --> 00:14:26.150
  • - Chelsea and I had six years
  • 00:14:26.160 --> 00:14:27.170
  • before we started having kids.
  • 00:14:27.180 --> 00:14:29.150
  • And we would travel and you just pick up
  • 00:14:29.160 --> 00:14:33.110
  • and just go somewhere.
  • 00:14:33.120 --> 00:14:34.240
  • But now we've got six kids, we've got three dogs.
  • 00:14:34.250 --> 00:14:38.020
  • And these are the precious moments we will look back on
  • 00:14:38.030 --> 00:14:42.000
  • for sure.
  • 00:14:42.010 --> 00:14:43.150
  • But I know I'm gonna make some more precious memories
  • 00:14:43.160 --> 00:14:45.100
  • in a few years when I can.
  • 00:14:45.110 --> 00:14:47.110
  • - Oh, that's not true though.
  • 00:14:47.120 --> 00:14:49.250
  • That's not true.
  • 00:14:49.260 --> 00:14:51.010
  • You guys aren't gonna start dating again
  • 00:14:51.020 --> 00:14:52.160
  • because you're gonna have grandbabies right away.
  • 00:14:52.170 --> 00:14:53.140
  • - You know I think you're right.
  • 00:14:53.150 --> 00:14:54.210
  • - Chelsea is gonna be the first one, no no no.
  • 00:14:54.220 --> 00:14:56.010
  • Babies come over, come on over.
  • 00:14:56.020 --> 00:14:57.190
  • Nope, Kirk, we're not goin', I got the babies,
  • 00:14:57.200 --> 00:14:59.260
  • got the grandbabies.
  • 00:14:59.270 --> 00:15:01.040
  • - I can see it, the writing's on the wall.
  • 00:15:01.050 --> 00:15:02.160
  • - It's never gonna happen.
  • 00:15:02.170 --> 00:15:03.270
  • - You know what, you're right.
  • 00:15:03.280 --> 00:15:05.010
  • I need to lay it down now because
  • 00:15:05.020 --> 00:15:06.190
  • I'm looking forward to it, Jack's getting married this year.
  • 00:15:06.200 --> 00:15:09.210
  • And if he has kids soon, I'm gonna have grandkids
  • 00:15:09.220 --> 00:15:12.210
  • before our other kids are even out of the house.
  • 00:15:12.220 --> 00:15:15.070
  • - [Candace] Yeah.
  • 00:15:15.080 --> 00:15:16.120
  • - Potentially a year, maybe two years.
  • 00:15:16.130 --> 00:15:18.030
  • - This should have gone in the marriage vows, I think.
  • 00:15:18.040 --> 00:15:21.130
  • (laughter)
  • 00:15:21.140 --> 00:15:22.280
  • Okay okay okay okay.
  • 00:15:22.290 --> 00:15:24.080
  • If you had the chance to go back
  • 00:15:24.090 --> 00:15:26.180
  • and give your 18-year-old self some advice.
  • 00:15:26.190 --> 00:15:30.230
  • - [Candace] Oh my gosh.
  • 00:15:30.240 --> 00:15:31.240
  • - What would you tell you?
  • 00:15:31.250 --> 00:15:34.120
  • - Be nicer to Mom.
  • 00:15:34.130 --> 00:15:36.020
  • Be nicer to Mom.
  • 00:15:36.030 --> 00:15:37.070
  • (laughter)
  • 00:15:37.080 --> 00:15:39.160
  • I would.
  • 00:15:39.170 --> 00:15:40.230
  • And I feel like I was pretty nice
  • 00:15:40.240 --> 00:15:41.280
  • but there are now things 'cause Natasha is 20
  • 00:15:41.290 --> 00:15:44.180
  • but I'm just like, you're so mean to me for no reason.
  • 00:15:44.190 --> 00:15:47.070
  • And my best friend, I was talking to Dylan
  • 00:15:47.080 --> 00:15:49.070
  • and she goes, do you not remember you did the same thing
  • 00:15:49.080 --> 00:15:51.190
  • to your mother at 20 years old?
  • 00:15:51.200 --> 00:15:53.030
  • She's like, you were just like, you got so annoyed by her
  • 00:15:53.040 --> 00:15:56.220
  • so quickly.
  • 00:15:56.230 --> 00:15:57.280
  • And now I'm like, you're right, I did.
  • 00:15:57.290 --> 00:15:59.110
  • So, Mom, I'm sorry.
  • 00:15:59.120 --> 00:16:01.150
  • I would tell myself, be nice to Mom!
  • 00:16:01.160 --> 00:16:04.100
  • She just loves you and wants the best for you.
  • 00:16:04.110 --> 00:16:07.250
  • - How could you be mean to Mom?
  • 00:16:07.260 --> 00:16:09.150
  • she clothed you, she fed you.
  • 00:16:09.160 --> 00:16:10.250
  • - I know, I would just have an attitude.
  • 00:16:10.260 --> 00:16:13.040
  • - I was horrible as a teenager.
  • 00:16:13.050 --> 00:16:16.100
  • I fed your hamsters to my snake!
  • 00:16:16.110 --> 00:16:18.150
  • (laughter)
  • 00:16:18.160 --> 00:16:20.000
  • - [Melissa] You were not horrible, you were great.
  • 00:16:20.010 --> 00:16:21.160
  • - What did you need to hear when you were 18?
  • 00:16:21.170 --> 00:16:24.180
  • - Maybe like stop listening to what everyone else says
  • 00:16:24.190 --> 00:16:27.250
  • about you, or thinks that they know about you.
  • 00:16:27.260 --> 00:16:30.200
  • So I was thinking about it.
  • 00:16:30.210 --> 00:16:32.150
  • Looking back at what Mom and Dad instilled in us
  • 00:16:32.160 --> 00:16:35.060
  • as kids, which was, Mom and Dad were the authorities
  • 00:16:35.070 --> 00:16:39.090
  • in the home and we were to trust them and they loved us.
  • 00:16:39.100 --> 00:16:42.010
  • And I know deep down inside I knew
  • 00:16:42.020 --> 00:16:44.100
  • that they genuinely loved and cared for us
  • 00:16:44.110 --> 00:16:48.030
  • and wanted what they felt was best for us.
  • 00:16:48.040 --> 00:16:52.030
  • And I wish, I would say that my 18-year-old self,
  • 00:16:52.040 --> 00:16:54.160
  • that it would be I trusted that more.
  • 00:16:54.170 --> 00:16:57.150
  • Now maybe it didn't come from the Lord back then,
  • 00:16:57.160 --> 00:17:00.070
  • but I can look back at it now and know
  • 00:17:00.080 --> 00:17:02.080
  • it absolutely did come from there.
  • 00:17:02.090 --> 00:17:04.170
  • Maybe not in the way that they did it.
  • 00:17:04.180 --> 00:17:06.150
  • And so genuinely as a parent now,
  • 00:17:06.160 --> 00:17:09.170
  • it's that same, mine will be the love from the Lord
  • 00:17:09.180 --> 00:17:12.270
  • that I now want to pass on to my children.
  • 00:17:12.280 --> 00:17:15.020
  • But it would be to really trust your mom and your dad
  • 00:17:15.030 --> 00:17:18.170
  • and God who know you and love you intimately.
  • 00:17:18.180 --> 00:17:21.150
  • - Yeah.
  • 00:17:21.160 --> 00:17:22.220
  • - And that's what I wish I had would have known
  • 00:17:22.230 --> 00:17:25.220
  • back at 18 that it was that kind of love
  • 00:17:25.230 --> 00:17:29.050
  • that is valuable and it's worth everything,
  • 00:17:29.060 --> 00:17:33.100
  • and it means the most.
  • 00:17:33.110 --> 00:17:35.010
  • Not what someone else thinks about you,
  • 00:17:35.020 --> 00:17:36.230
  • what someone else does, because those can be good
  • 00:17:36.240 --> 00:17:39.210
  • and bad influences.
  • 00:17:39.220 --> 00:17:40.260
  • - I'm so glad you're saying that.
  • 00:17:40.270 --> 00:17:42.020
  • Because think of how many more voices
  • 00:17:42.030 --> 00:17:44.010
  • are in our kids' ears, through their phone,
  • 00:17:44.020 --> 00:17:46.200
  • with social media, and there's thousands.
  • 00:17:46.210 --> 00:17:49.050
  • How important it is to have a trusted voice
  • 00:17:49.060 --> 00:17:51.170
  • that you can really believe.
  • 00:17:51.180 --> 00:17:53.270
  • How about you, Bridge?
  • 00:17:53.280 --> 00:17:55.120
  • - I know it was hard for Mom and Dad
  • 00:17:55.130 --> 00:17:59.170
  • because I did love entertainment.
  • 00:17:59.180 --> 00:18:02.040
  • I loved dancing and acting and doing all of that.
  • 00:18:02.050 --> 00:18:04.150
  • - You're a comedian.
  • 00:18:04.160 --> 00:18:05.240
  • - I don't know if I'm a comedian.
  • 00:18:05.250 --> 00:18:07.030
  • - You are, you kind of are, I think so.
  • 00:18:07.040 --> 00:18:09.070
  • - But I think that I would just wish
  • 00:18:09.080 --> 00:18:11.090
  • that I would have maybe pursued that.
  • 00:18:11.100 --> 00:18:14.040
  • But God always has His perfect plan.
  • 00:18:14.050 --> 00:18:19.290
  • And so even though it wasn't during when I was
  • 00:18:20.000 --> 00:18:22.240
  • maybe at that time when I was younger,
  • 00:18:22.250 --> 00:18:25.050
  • but my goodness, I worked on Full House with you.
  • 00:18:25.060 --> 00:18:28.090
  • So I got to be in what I love to do and perform
  • 00:18:28.100 --> 00:18:32.150
  • and stuff, even though I wasn't in front of the camera.
  • 00:18:32.160 --> 00:18:34.240
  • I was behind, working with you,
  • 00:18:34.250 --> 00:18:36.220
  • but I was able to do other things with other actors.
  • 00:18:36.230 --> 00:18:40.250
  • So I was able to do that.
  • 00:18:40.260 --> 00:18:43.200
  • - Well, I think you're in your prime right now.
  • 00:18:43.210 --> 00:18:45.190
  • - I think you are.
  • 00:18:45.200 --> 00:18:46.070
  • - Dancing.
  • 00:18:46.080 --> 00:18:46.270
  • - It's amazing.
  • 00:18:46.280 --> 00:18:48.020
  • - Making your YouTube videos, it's all timing.
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  • All right, you guys, can you believe
  • 00:18:50.110 --> 00:18:52.090
  • we've gone a half an hour now
  • 00:18:52.100 --> 00:18:54.050
  • talking to each other without getting
  • 00:18:54.060 --> 00:18:55.170
  • into any fights?
  • 00:18:55.180 --> 00:18:56.240
  • I mean that never would have happened
  • 00:18:56.250 --> 00:18:58.070
  • when we were kids.
  • 00:18:58.080 --> 00:18:59.150
  • - Because you would start it.
  • 00:18:59.160 --> 00:19:01.110
  • - I would start it, I know, with the spit.
  • 00:19:01.120 --> 00:19:03.220
  • - Once you left out of the house.
  • 00:19:03.230 --> 00:19:05.090
  • - When I would hold you down and the spit strand
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  • and you'd suck it back up just before it touched your.
  • 00:19:07.000 --> 00:19:08.060
  • - And you'd go like this on our chest.
  • 00:19:08.070 --> 00:19:09.140
  • - And we would just like tickle you,
  • 00:19:09.150 --> 00:19:11.040
  • or I'd climb up inside the hallway outside
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  • of your bedroom, and then I would drop down
  • 00:19:13.170 --> 00:19:15.210
  • like a spider when you came out your door.
  • 00:19:15.220 --> 00:19:18.020
  • - I don't know who you did that.
  • 00:19:18.030 --> 00:19:19.150
  • I vaguely remember that.
  • 00:19:19.160 --> 00:19:20.210
  • - I think it was Bridgette's room.
  • 00:19:20.220 --> 00:19:22.050
  • - I do 'cause the hall --
  • 00:19:22.060 --> 00:19:23.060
  • - It was a narrow hallway,
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  • so I could put my back up against it
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  • and my feet on the other one and I could shimmy up
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  • to the top.
  • 00:19:28.010 --> 00:19:29.060
  • - He would like shimmy up the wall.
  • 00:19:29.070 --> 00:19:30.140
  • - But here's the thing.
  • 00:19:30.150 --> 00:19:31.090
  • - And hang there.
  • 00:19:31.100 --> 00:19:32.160
  • - This is not a real sibling gathering
  • 00:19:32.170 --> 00:19:34.010
  • without a little sibling rivalry.
  • 00:19:34.020 --> 00:19:36.260
  • So I just happened to set up an appointment
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  • for us to have a showdown.
  • 00:19:39.010 --> 00:19:41.070
  • - Okay.
  • 00:19:41.080 --> 00:19:42.020
  • - What is it?
  • 00:19:42.030 --> 00:19:42.270
  • - You game?
  • 00:19:42.280 --> 00:19:43.220
  • - Yeah, I'm game.
  • 00:19:43.230 --> 00:19:44.170
  • - Totally.
  • 00:19:44.180 --> 00:19:45.160
  • We're Camerons, are you kidding?
  • 00:19:45.170 --> 00:19:46.100
  • We're totally game.
  • 00:19:46.110 --> 00:19:47.120
  • - It's all competition right here.
  • 00:19:47.130 --> 00:19:48.210
  • - Competition, we got that from Mom.
  • 00:19:48.220 --> 00:19:49.250
  • - Totally Mom.
  • 00:19:49.260 --> 00:19:51.090
  • - So competitive.
  • 00:19:51.100 --> 00:19:52.120
  • - All right.
  • 00:19:52.130 --> 00:19:53.110
  • - I'm gonna beat you all.
  • 00:19:53.120 --> 00:19:54.120
  • - Follow me.
  • 00:19:54.130 --> 00:19:55.070
  • - Let's go.
  • 00:19:55.080 --> 00:19:56.020
  • - Let's go.
  • 00:19:56.030 --> 00:19:56.280
  • - All right, come on, come on, come on.
  • 00:20:06.200 --> 00:20:08.140
  • (laughter)
  • 00:20:08.150 --> 00:20:10.220
  • All right, check this out.
  • 00:20:11.200 --> 00:20:13.010
  • (engines humming)
  • 00:20:13.260 --> 00:20:16.260
  • How's it going?
  • 00:20:17.260 --> 00:20:19.000
  • - Nice to meet ya.
  • 00:20:19.010 --> 00:20:19.280
  • - Nice to meet ya, we're ready.
  • 00:20:19.290 --> 00:20:21.050
  • - [Tim] You guys ready to go racing?
  • 00:20:21.060 --> 00:20:22.050
  • - Yeah, let's go.
  • 00:20:22.060 --> 00:20:23.170
  • - You girls ready?
  • 00:20:27.060 --> 00:20:28.150
  • - Yeah, I'm ready.
  • 00:20:28.160 --> 00:20:29.100
  • - Okay, you ready?
  • 00:20:29.110 --> 00:20:30.050
  • - Right here, okay?
  • 00:20:30.060 --> 00:20:31.030
  • - All right, let's go.
  • 00:20:31.040 --> 00:20:32.010
  • - [Bridgette] I can't even see.
  • 00:20:32.020 --> 00:20:33.070
  • - All right, we're gonna have two races.
  • 00:20:33.080 --> 00:20:34.250
  • Let's see what you got.
  • 00:20:34.260 --> 00:20:36.160
  • (laughter)
  • 00:20:38.190 --> 00:20:40.260
  • - Right there's good.
  • 00:20:55.160 --> 00:20:56.200
  • - All right, ladies.
  • 00:20:56.210 --> 00:20:57.200
  • - All right, brother.
  • 00:20:57.210 --> 00:20:58.170
  • - You feeling fast?
  • 00:20:58.180 --> 00:20:59.190
  • - [Tim] Ready.
  • 00:21:00.290 --> 00:21:02.120
  • Set.
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  • Go!
  • 00:21:03.260 --> 00:21:04.210
  • (wheels screeching)
  • 00:21:06.230 --> 00:21:09.230
  • (woman mumbles)
  • 00:21:20.110 --> 00:21:23.010
  • (wheels screeching)
  • 00:21:34.210 --> 00:21:37.210
  • (screams)
  • 00:21:44.180 --> 00:21:46.030
  • (laughs)
  • 00:21:46.040 --> 00:21:48.050
  • - I can't take the curve!
  • 00:21:56.290 --> 00:21:59.000
  • (mumbles)
  • 00:22:10.070 --> 00:22:12.120
  • (wheels screeching)
  • 00:22:14.180 --> 00:22:17.180
  • (screams)
  • 00:22:19.150 --> 00:22:20.170
  • (crashing)
  • 00:22:20.180 --> 00:22:22.040
  • (screams)
  • 00:22:22.050 --> 00:22:24.220
  • (crashing)
  • 00:22:24.230 --> 00:22:27.000
  • - [Kirk] Are you okay?
  • 00:22:30.070 --> 00:22:31.090
  • - [Candace] Oh man.
  • 00:22:31.100 --> 00:22:32.100
  • - [Bridgette] What happened?
  • 00:22:32.110 --> 00:22:34.210
  • - [Candace] I might have broke it, I don't know.
  • 00:22:35.270 --> 00:22:38.060
  • - [Bridgette] We need first aid, we need first aid.
  • 00:22:38.070 --> 00:22:40.230
  • - [Man] All right, I'm just gonna (mumbles)
  • 00:22:42.250 --> 00:22:45.290
  • Is that good?
  • 00:22:46.000 --> 00:22:46.260
  • - Yeah, no no no, we're good.
  • 00:22:46.270 --> 00:22:47.200
  • - [Melissa] Do I go here?
  • 00:22:47.210 --> 00:22:48.190
  • - Yeah, you can stay there.
  • 00:22:48.200 --> 00:22:50.020
  • Okay, hey everybody, we're in the ER, no joke.
  • 00:22:50.030 --> 00:22:54.200
  • Candace is okay.
  • 00:22:55.080 --> 00:22:56.210
  • And she didn't break any bones.
  • 00:22:56.220 --> 00:22:59.100
  • She's doing fine.
  • 00:22:59.110 --> 00:23:00.180
  • She's just bruised up.
  • 00:23:00.190 --> 00:23:01.260
  • And we got the x-rays back.
  • 00:23:01.270 --> 00:23:03.070
  • Everything is good.
  • 00:23:03.080 --> 00:23:04.170
  • No surgery, nothing like that.
  • 00:23:04.180 --> 00:23:09.010
  • But I have taken sibling rivalry
  • 00:23:09.020 --> 00:23:12.030
  • to a whole new level.
  • 00:23:12.040 --> 00:23:14.020
  • I continue to hurt my sisters.
  • 00:23:14.030 --> 00:23:16.010
  • I'm so sorry.
  • 00:23:16.020 --> 00:23:17.160
  • - It's okay, but you gotta get a closeup of that hand.
  • 00:23:17.170 --> 00:23:19.260
  • - I'm so sorry, okay, all right, closeup of her hand.
  • 00:23:19.270 --> 00:23:21.110
  • - Look at that thing.
  • 00:23:21.120 --> 00:23:22.180
  • And it's amazing that it's not broken.
  • 00:23:22.190 --> 00:23:24.210
  • - [Kirk] Wow, it's not broken.
  • 00:23:24.220 --> 00:23:26.070
  • - Anyway.
  • 00:23:26.080 --> 00:23:27.210
  • - Hey, they say the family that prays together
  • 00:23:27.220 --> 00:23:29.240
  • stays together.
  • 00:23:29.250 --> 00:23:31.110
  • So let me pray for you.
  • 00:23:31.120 --> 00:23:33.030
  • - Okay.
  • 00:23:33.040 --> 00:23:34.110
  • - Lord, we thank you so much that you protected
  • 00:23:34.120 --> 00:23:37.260
  • Candace today, you protected all of us.
  • 00:23:37.270 --> 00:23:40.160
  • Lord, you are the blessed controller of all things,
  • 00:23:40.170 --> 00:23:44.070
  • and we give you praise and thanks
  • 00:23:44.080 --> 00:23:46.120
  • and we pray that as the great physician
  • 00:23:46.130 --> 00:23:48.090
  • you will heal her hand up
  • 00:23:48.100 --> 00:23:49.190
  • so that it's better than new,
  • 00:23:49.200 --> 00:23:51.090
  • and heal her arm and her shoulder.
  • 00:23:51.100 --> 00:23:53.060
  • We love you and we thank you, in Jesus' name, amen.
  • 00:23:53.070 --> 00:23:56.270
  • (lively pop music)
  • 00:23:59.120 --> 00:24:02.100
  • - Chelsea is gonna be the first one to go, no no no,
  • 00:24:14.120 --> 00:24:16.130
  • babies come over, come on over.
  • 00:24:16.140 --> 00:24:18.090
  • Nope, Kirk, we're not goin', I got the babies,
  • 00:24:18.100 --> 00:24:20.060
  • got the grandbabies.
  • 00:24:20.070 --> 00:24:21.130
  • - I can see it, the writing's on the wall.
  • 00:24:21.140 --> 00:24:23.010
  • - It's never gonna happen.
  • 00:24:23.020 --> 00:24:24.200