– Good Morning, everyone. We are on our way to the
orthodontist this morning and Tyler is coming with us. He’s going to get his bite checked and– – [Tyler] My extreme– – We’re gonna see, it’s not
extreme but they’re saying he could have some
corrections done with his bite until the rest of his teeth come in. So, we’re gonna go check that out. (rock music) – Okay, so we’re just talking
about Tyler’s overbite – Apparently I’m getting bands, maybe. – You might. You might get bands because I have– – And she said it really hurts. – I have friends that had
bands for their braces and they said that it
hurts and that it like cuts their tongue because
their tongue is always trying to get at it. It’s like there forever. It’s not like a surgery. Until your overbite’s fixed, at least. – I don’t wanna have an overbite anymore. – So do any of you guys have
bands, and does it bother you? Comment down below, we
love to hear your thoughts. And Tyler would obviously love to hear that it doesn’t feel bad, but I still think it
feels bad, I don’t know. I haven’t had bands, so I don’t know what I’m talking about, but. (laughs) We’re on our way to the orthodontist. (comical piano music) – [Connie] So they’re both waiting for their
orthodontist appointment. – Help me. – [Connie] Maybe you guys
should sit in separate chairs. – Tyler dragged me into it. – [Connie] It might just be a consultation to see when you get them tightened. – I’m gonna need dentures.
– Last time, they said that mine was just gonna be like
a consultation or whatever, and figure out when I was gonna get them, but then you said that I
could get them right away. So then now I have braces. – [Connie] Yeah, what if you walk out of here with braces? – I’d get dentures. – What, why would you get dentures? – Because I want them to remove my gums. – [Connie] You’re just being silly. – Tyler really wants
surgery, I don’t know why. – No, i just– – [Connie] You like pain, don’t you? – Pain! No pain, no gain! I’m gonna get an X-ray. – [Connie] You getting X-rays? – Yeah.
– Okay. Ah, there we go. There’s Tyler’s teeth. You guys can see he’s
got a bunch of baby teeth still coming out, and
big teeth behind them. – [Tyler] No I don’t. – [Kayla] Your teeth are– – [Connie] You got a
lot of teeth in there. You have 37?
– Actually have– – [Connie] That’s a lot of teeth. – [Kayla] You need to
lose one, two, three– – One, two, three, four,
five, six, seven, eight. – [Connie] So you got a few loose teeth in there, they gotta go. – I cannot feel any of that
when I’m (laughs) given that. – [Connie] Then what,
we wait for the big ones to come in before you
can do braces, right? – [Dental Technician] It should not hurt. It should not hurt at all. – [Orthodontist] I think once we lose those two, like in a few weeks– – Yes.
– We can start. It’s better to start,
before we lose the big ones on the bottom, because we need the space. – [Connie] You need to create the spaces. – [Orthodontist] They
will create the space, and I need to keep it. For his other teeth. – [Connie] Is this the whole two year thing, or just phase one? – [Orthodontist] No, the whole two year. – [Connie] Good, cause I don’t wanna do the phase one, phase two on him. I just wanna get it over with. We wanna get it done
in one shot, right Ty? Braces and then done. All we have to do is
wait for two baby teeth to come out, and you get braces. – I can’t pull them out manually? – [Dental Technician] You
can, you want some pliers? I’ve got some in the back, here follow me. – So, apparently, I am going to need braces right when these fall off. – [Connie] Yeah, he’s got two baby teeth that gotta come out, and then– – I still don’t know if I
can pull them out manually. – [Connie] No, no, no, no. – I can’t?
– As soon as The baby teeth come out though, Tyler is getting braces, yay, celebrate! – I’ve like never had any
tooth that just fell off on its own, I’ve always
had to like yank it out. – [Connie] No, no let them do their thing. It’s only gonna be a couple weeks and then you’re coming back and you and Kayla are gonna be brace twins. – We’ll both be brace-faces.
– Until seventh. Until seventh grade, cause
that’s when I get mine off. Tyler will have his until
the end of his seventh grade. – [Connie] Let me see. – I got them off. – [Connie] So there’s no wire, or I mean there’s no rubber
bands on your wires right now? – I’m trying to pick new ones. Should I get pink and teal
or pink and navy blue? – [Tyler] I say pink and teal. – Which one do you like? – [Connie] They both look good, you pick. – That’s not helpful, I don’t know, what if I pick the wrong color? – [Connie] Oh, those
two look good together, right there. – These two? That’s navy blue. – [Connie] Yeah that looks good. – [Kayla] Okay. (rock music) – [Connie] What did they say? – They said that they’re
gonna put a stronger wire on, so it shouldn’t hurt as
much, but there’s gonna be, there’s gonna be less movement. And then the next visit we’re
gonna add more brackets. – [Dental Technician]
And then I want you to run your tongue across the top and tell me if you feel any poking. – Okay, nope. We just got out of the dentist’s office, or the orthodontist’s office, sorry. Tyler is getting his braces
once he pulls out two teeth. I changed my colors, and now
we’re on our way to Starbucks. Mommy’s getting coffee, me and Tyler might get cotton candy Frappuccinos. it all depends, so– – [Connie] Depends on if you’re good. – Depends if we’re good, I guess. And then, we’re gonna go to school, because we’re already late,
by like, an hour, so (laughs). – Time to dump the kids off. – I don’t wanna go, I don’t
wanna go, I’m not leaving. – See ya! Wouldn’t wanna be ya! – Can we just stay home? – Nope. – I’m sick (coughs). – You guys have an education to get. – I’m so sick. – Get to getting it, let’s go. – I don’t feel good, Mom, can we go home? – My head hurts.
(laughing) – Mom, can we go home?
– Stomach hurts. – Is that a unicorn?
– Sound familiar? (kids moan) Alright let’s go, yay! (upbeat music) Ah, sometimes it’s worth
just getting out and getting a car wash, just so you can take a break and relax for a few minutes. We are on our way to The Avenues Mall. It is raining like crazy outside. We thought we were gonna
go try and go swimming. Not gonna happen, so– – We’re going to the mall! – [Connie] We’re gonna
make the best of this. – Yeah! I look all sweaty because I
just got back from tumbling. – [Connie] No you don’t. – Yes I do. – Yeah, just to catch you guys up, obviously the kids have
come home from school, they finished their
homework, we’ve had dinner, Kayla’s done tumbling, and now– – I got right off back handspring two. I did double back
handspring after a roundoff. – [Connie] Oh my gosh. – I needed that, okay, I’m excited. – I wanna get that on tape. Maybe eventually, I hope
they’ll let me, somehow. But anyways, we’re off to the mall. – Yay! – We’ll see you guys in just a second. (dance music) What do you think? – [Kayla] No. No. (giggles) (laughing) – Definitely no.
– Is it me? – [Kayla] And it’s crop top. – [Connie] Justin Bieber forever. – [Kayla] Mommy, it’s crop top. – Oh no wait, this one. – [Kayla] Mm no… – No? – [Kayla] No. – It’s too old for me, right? – Okay so, so far this is what we found. It’s a little cute purse
with like tassels on the end. It’s supposed to replace this purse. – [Connie] It’s like a backpack, right? – Yes, it’s a backpack purse like yours. – [Connie] That’s awesome. – But smaller. – [Connie] Yeah, just like mine. – It’s supposed to replace
this one, cause this one– – [Connie] Well that’s
what, for certain occasions, but you really need a backpack
to fit like an umbrella in, ’cause it’s starting to rain. – Yeah. – [Connie] All that good stuff. – Mmhm. – Fanny packs are back, baby, woo. I’m stylin’, what do you think? I thought this was a curling iron. – [Kayla] (giggles) It’s a selfie stick. – It’s a selfie stick,
aha, see how much I know. – [Kayla] Look at all these phone cases. I wanna get one but they don’t
protect your phone very much. – [Connie] Yeah, they’re just for looks. – [Kayla] These ones
are kitten tacos, okay? I like this one. – [Connie] Talk about kittens. – [Kayla] I like this one or this one. – [Connie] Look at this
one, who wants this one? – [Kayla] It’s the McDonald’s. It’s McDonald’s without the logo. – [Connie] Gotta love the french fries. – Yeah. (giggles) So we ended up in the Catwalk again, and I’m getting a long
sleeve shirt this time. I don’t know if you can see
it, let me put this down. And it says, Let Go, Let
God at the very bottom. And it has an elephant on it, and in our, I actually did a festival
elephant project where we had to draw one of these and paint it. So, I like these, and it’s got
the little bow on the front, and it says Simply Southern. – [Connie] Perfect. – I think I’m gonna get
this one, it’s 20 dollars. – [Connie] You earned it,
you made the money to do it. – Yeah. – How is it that I feel like
I’m getting ripped off here? – I’m sorry. – She’s finding all the good. I need something. We have shopped and shopped,
Kayla scored big time, I got one little thing for me; just one. – I saw other clothes, but
they were really expensive. – Yeah, we gotta pace ourselves here. – Yeah. – Gotta enjoy the moment, too. Can’t just get crazy every single time. – Yeah. – So we made a quick stop at PetSmart. – Yay. (giggles) – All the toys are broken
that the dogs have, there’s no squeaky toys left, so we’re gonna go find some squeak toys. – Yay, I love squeaking them. Aw, this one’s broken. (toy squeaks) Oh, no it’s not. – [Connie] We made it home, hi babies. – Toys. – [Connie] Nothing like
a man doing the laundry. – Yeah, that’s all I do these days. Cleaning up after these messy people, including the one holding the camera. – [Connie] Yep. – She’s so messy. – We got new toys, oh new toys, new toys. Ooh, bouncy balls. – [Connie] Yeah, their
squeaky toys are broken. (upbeat music) – Oh, Hershey, what’s this? Hershey. Oh, Harley, you want it? Harley, you want it? Go get it, go get it. Oh, Hershey gonna go get it. Harley’s like I’m gonna
take off with this toy. – [Connie] The pups look
happy, oh look at him. He ditched us. – Hershey’s gonna go
steal Harley’s toy now. – [Connie] What’s up? – I dunno, I feel like I’m on the spot. – [Connie] You’re on camera. – Yep, I’m on the spot; what
do you need me to do, dance? – [Connie] Yeah, do a jig. – Oh no, hold on, this is something. – [Connie] Let’s wait for
Kayla here to show us. – I forget what they call this, but let’s see if anybody else can do it. – [Connie] That’s like a Irish thing. – Aiee!
– I did it! – [Connie] Are you Irish,
is that what it is? – Yes, like you’re genetically– – [Connie] Do you like Lucky Charms? – I do. They’re always tryin’ to
steal me Lucky Charms. – I’ve taken your spotlight,
I can do the same thing. – [Shawn] Can you? You’ve got socks on, please don’t do that. You might injure yourself,
we need you for football. – I can do that. – [Connie] The concerned father. (electronic music) Do your fashion walk, girl, spin. Spin. That’s cute, that’s really cute. – Play with the tassels. – [Connie] So, Kayla’s
in charge of carrying all the waters. – No.
– All the snacks. And all the umbrellas. – [Kayla] No. – Cool.
– That’s not gonna fit. – That bag’s not big enough to fit all my snacks,
you need a bigger bag. I eat a lot, I don’t know if
you’re aware of this or not. So, maybe we can give her another one? – [Connie] We can put
one on the front too? – [Shawn] Yes, there we go, we’ll get her a motorized ice chest,
she can drive it around. – [Connie] Very cute. I’m just zooming in on the
purse, I’m not focusing even on Kayla’s face anymore, just
the purse, it’s so cute. Smile, you’re on camera. So let’s see that Simply Southern style. – I could wear leggings with this and it wouldn’t be against dress
code cause it’s so long. – [Connie] Well that
should last quite a while. Let’s see the back. – I’ll be able to wear this ’til I’m 20. – Cute, very cute. Stylin’. I don’t remember if we’ve
ever asked you guys, but do you guys have Simply
Southern shirts where you live? Is this something that is nationwide, or is this like geographically placed so that Simply Southern
is mostly in the South, or would you see it in
California or on the West Coast? Very curious, let me
know, cause I wanna know. Inquiring minds wanna know. – So you wanna go to
yoga with me tomorrow? – Yes. – Alright, you gotta get up real early. – Okay. – Alright, I gotta, I do like
yoga a couple days a week because I’m getting old and my body parts don’t work as good as they used to, so. – [Connie] That’s awesome,
I wish I would do it, but I just can’t get up that early. How early do you get up? – I get up about five. – [Connie] Five o’clock in the morning. Are you sure you wanna do that? – Sure. (laughing) – I eat like a light breakfast and then the class doesn’t even start ’til six, but I kinda, you could probably sleep until 5:30, I’ll come get you. So, but anyways it’s pretty cool. It’s like pretty relaxing ’cause there’s only one person that talks and their day is basically
telling you what to do, and it’s like 110 degrees and they make it real humid in the room
so you sweat like a lot. And it’s very therapeutic , I love it. When I’m done I feel totally relaxed. Very thirsty, (laughs) but– – [Tyler] Do I have a big
water bottle I can bring? – Yeah, I guess, yeah
get the big blue one. – [Connie] Bring water,
bring a towel, bring a mat. You gotta get her all that
stuff, we have extras. – Yep. – [Tyler] You have to bring your own mat? – [Connie] Yes. – Bring your own mat,
bring your own towel. – [Connie] So get prepared, and you gotta go to bed like– – Do they have soothing music? – No music. – No music? – [Connie] It’s just hot and sweaty, and you’re gonna be stretching. – Yeah it’s really quiet. – Oh I’m good at stretching. Do you do splits? – No. Oh, not that kind of stretching. – Can you imagine me doing the splits? I doubt it. – Can I do the splits anyways? – This is it, these are my
splits right here, baby. – There we go.
– Yep. – Can I do the splits anyways? – It’s not, they’re… Woo, look at you, girl, oh my goodness. – [Connie] Well you got a
little bit more to go there, but tomorrow you’ll be
totally doing it though, cause it’s hot in there, if they let you. – Well it’s not one of
the moves, it’s, so. It is the best exercise you can do to help loosen that up and feel good. So most of the people that
go there, you can tell, have some sort of issue with either a knee or an ankle or a hip or something, so. – They’re not me. – [Connie] Not Kayla,
she’s gonna do just fine. But I am worried about
you being grumpy tomorrow, so you probably should take your shower. Or actually if you’re gonna go do that, don’t even worry about it, just go to bed. – [Shawn] Yeah, you’re
gonna get sweaty tomorrow, so you have to take a
shower when you get home. – Oh I changed my colors,
should we show that? – So, thank you so much for watching. – Yay.
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