BLIZZARD OLYMPICS

BLIZZARD OLYMPICS


(laughter) – [Jeremy] (laughs)
Your whole body’s in it! He’s stuck.
(Isaac laughs) (dramatic music) – Good morning friends. We are safe and warm and dry
in a hotel in New Mexico, but unfortunately we’re a
bit stranded with the snow, there’s quite a blizzard. What! What, Isaac, that’s incredible, yay! Elise got two in a row! Alright, so we started going crazy, and so we decided to have some fun. – [Jeremy] Oh, she won! – [Kendra] She won, yay! – [Jeremy] Laura, you won. – Got killed by a one-year-old. (laughter) So apparently this is the
J House Blizzard Olympics. Alright, now it’s the
basketball challenge. (cheering) – [Jeremy] Good shot. Okay, Caleb’s turn. Yeah. – This is the awesome shot, sock hotel, stranded in a blizzard challenge. – Two for two. – [Kendra] Good work, buddy boy. – Three for three, he’s 100%. One for one. – [Kendra] What! – Yeah! Okay, in the New Mexico Winter Olympics, our next competition is the
balancing the tray competition. – [Kendra] Obstacle course. – Obstacle course. (upbeat music) Nailed it! We have Elise from Kansas
City, Missouri, going next. – [Kendra] So she has to balance that tray as she goes through an obstacle course. (children playing and laughing) – [Jeremy] So here’s our car. You can see though they
haven’t cleared out this parking lot. Let me go try to find some food. (crowd talking) This line is moving really, really slow. Hopefully they don’t like run out of food by the time we get up there. – [Kendra] So we decided to let the kids get their wiggles out for a minute, so we came out here while Dad goes and tries to pick up some
dinner, or lunch I guess, for us at the gas station, because that’s what’s open. The problem is we got
locked out of our room, so now we just get to
wait for Dad out here. This day just keeps
getting better and better. (children laughing) – [Caleb] When’s Daddy gonna be back? – People are getting
stuck just trying to go in and out of our hotel. So I don’t really mind the snow, or being in a hotel with my family, but the saddest part about this for me is that I’m missing all of
the fun times with my family. Like every time we get together, we are playing games and we
stay up late talking about life, and I just love hanging out with them. So they’re all together
doing all those things and I’m missing out on it, and my kids aren’t getting
to interact with their kids, that’s the sad loss of what’s going on here. (Caleb laughing) Can you pet her? Oh, so good. Say, “Hello, doggie.” – Hi, doggie. – [Jeremy] Hello, doggie. (children laughing) – The kids are getting really stir crazy, and Caleb and Laura wouldn’t nap at all, and so they’re just like
overtired, going nuts. You crawling? We’re trying to use the hallway, we are, oh, get your toy. (Laura laughs) Point your toes, and back. And point your toes, and back, okay, arms up! Touch your toes. Arms up. Laura fell off the bed a little bit ago, so she’s got a bump and
a bruise on her head. Laura, you wanna show us your ow-ee? Let’s show them your ow-ee, aw. – Ice. – [Kendra] You need more ice? – [Laura] Yeah. – The weather looks like there’s a chance we might be able to
leave tomorrow morning, but we might still be camping out here, so I’m trying not to get
discouraged about that, and yeah, we’re doing alright. – [Jeremy] Where we going? – We’re going outside to play.
– To play in the snow. – [Kendra] See how long this lasts. – Oh my gosh, it’s snow. (children laughing) – [Jeremy] (laughs)
Your whole body’s in it! (Isaac laughs) He’s stuck, don’t lose a shoe. Sorry, my brain’s scouting, there were a couple times we went out where you actually build a snow cave, like you dig into snow drifts and you sleep at night in the snow cave. I did that a couple times. Really fun. Oh, no. (laughs) Oh, (laughs), oh no. (Jeremy laughs) (children laugh and squeal) Dive into it, I dare you. (children squeal) – Hey, you dare me? – [Jeremy] Yeah, I dare you. Oh! Elise, you got a little bit snowy. – [Elise] Okay. – [Jeremy] Licking your gloves? – [Kendra] Hot chocolate, playing the snow, you
guys are living the dream. (children crying) – We’ve all been together in this room, too long. I think I’m gonna go shovel some snow. – Caleb has just been crying, crying, “This is the boringest day,” and poor kids, poor kids. – There’s a pretty big snow
drift right behind our car. So we have this one car here that’s stuck in the parking lot, and the big snowplow that’s coming isn’t gonna be able to clear
it out for everybody else, if we aren’t able to get this car back in. So that’s what we’re doing right now, trying to get it ready to push back in. – Ready?
– Ready. – [Man] One, two, three, go. – We got it.
– Oh, yeah. – Pushing the car in. There we go.
– Alright. – Good job, team. Here’s come the tractor. Uh oh, we might have to push the tractor. So one of the crazy things about this trip is that we keep hearing about people who weren’t able to get a hotel room, they’re still like either
stranded out on the road, or they just found their way into town, and so although it’s been
frustrating to be stranded, at least we’re in a hotel, that’s a lot better than
some people’s situations. (dramatic music) – [Woman] Freaking snow day dude, that is an insane amount of snow. (dramatic music) – [Child] Goodnight, J House out. ♫ I can drive, I can drive,
I can drive all night ♫ We’re gonna get there without a fright ♫ We can drive, we can
drive, we can drive all day (laughter) – Every one of our road trip videos has Kendra singing some insane song.

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