My wife doesn't like our daughters "wasting time" uploading videos
they've made to YouTube. I'm going to have to show her this article.
Apparently the father did not get his knot tying merit badge in scouts. That is
not a square knot. If it were cinched tighter that would be a granny knot, what
you get when you try to tie a square knot and don't get it right.
remember, left over right, right over left. when pulled tight it should look
like a square. Other than that, Great job dad.
There is no knot tying merit badge in scouts...
Does anyone else reading this wonder about their priorities - I looked at their
facebook page and wonder if she and her husband are traveling as much as they
are, attending so many conventions and focusing so much time on this, who's
watching their kids? Just kind of sad to see the best years of a family's
life being lost in pursuit of money. And I feel bad for her kids who will grow
up thinking this is what life is all about. There's so much more to the
life of kids those ages than having drill team hair every day. Glad my kids
don't go to school with theirs..
The kids seem like they're being raised just fine. They're not awkward
in front of the camera, and seem to have a great relationship with their
parents. Be careful when judging their parenting when all you have is a few
glimpses from the internet.I was thinking that a lot of people could
probably do something like this, but what makes it work so well is the
personalities of the family. They're just enjoyable to watch, they have a
great energy and brightness to them. They're not awkward to watch like a
lot of people who post videos - specifically tutorials - on youtube.
I don't get how you make money. What do you get paid for doing?
We miss you at Natures Sunshine, Shaun, but wish you the best. You look happy!