IS THIS PUPPY LOVE? | WE NEED YOUR HELP! | We Are The Davises

IS THIS PUPPY LOVE? | WE NEED YOUR HELP! | We Are The Davises


(laughing) (child barking) (laughing) (guitar music) – Good mornin’, everybody. It’s We are the Davises and today is– – Barf day, ’cause I am gonna– – Uh, oh. – It’s the final day of
conditioning training for this particular course. The official football
season starts next week, so we got more conditioning
that we’re gonna do, but that’s as a team. – This is just individual stuff
to try to get Tyler ready. – I see you shaking! – We’re gonna watch
Tyler a little bit here, and see how tired and
sore we can get him today on his final day of conditioning. – I’m gonna barf. – Don’t barf, oh man! Is Tyler gonna barf? Click above, and vote: Will Tyler barf? Yes or no? (bouncy, upbeat music) Well, we’re done with camp. Tyler seems to be in good health here, so I think we escaped the
big throw-up session– – Hang on hang on hang on.
Hang on hang on hang on. (vomiting sounds) – Mom, I didn’t barf. – I didn’t barf. (laughing) I was really kinda
hoping to watch him barf, but I’m glad he didn’t. I don’t want him to feel sick
either, at the same time. So it’s kind of a bittersweet
victory here for us today. So, good practice? Yeah, did you have fun? – I’m getting faster with my
two feet knee ladder doodles. – Yeah, I saw that, man. You looked like you had
some good moves out there, you got it on video, too– – And, I also had some really bad ones. I moved the ladder a lot. – Everybody makes mistakes
every now and then. That’s why you practice. P-T-P. Practice to perfection. Everybody’s gotta do that,
I don’t care what you do, you’ve always gotta
practice to be good at it. So, anyways, we’re done for the day. We’re gonna head home and we got all kinds of fun stuff that we’re
gonna do, so stick around. We’ll see ya in a bit. – [Connie] Hi Kayla! – Hello. – [Connie] How was school? – It was cool. We made ice cream. Here, I need to see myself. I don’t know if I’m cuttin’ myself off. Kay, we made ice cream,
and we got popsicles, and we got these lunchboxes. And I want to show you
what’s, the lunchboxes, ’cause it has our school on it. So, we got lunchboxes, and I got two phone numbers from my friends and I met
this other girl that is next door neighbors to one
of my friends, Valentina, and I’m gonna give her my phone number on Monday, ’cause we have
to go back on Monday, and, ’cause I told her I
don’t know my phone number, and so I have to go home, and I have to get changed because I have choreography from five o’clock til nine, so yep. – [Connie] Hi, Harley! He’s so cute. He’s a lovey. – He smells the food in the kitchen. Oh, he’s biting me now. – He was yawning. – You’re so cute. Oh, he’s getting squirmy. – Bye, Harley. (child barking) – [Connie] Harley likes you. – This morning he was scared of it. – He wants to play. – This morning he was scared of it. – Not now. – Now you’re not scared, huh? (laughing) It’s okay. – He wants to play with it. (laughing) Oh, he’s killing it now. – He’s pulling out all the fur. Harley! Oh no, okay, you crossed the
line when you killed his horn. (both laughing) It’s a unicorn, you
can’t chew up its horn. – Now, it is hot as heck
out, and, so we decided we’re gonna do a craft. We’re gonna do good old
fashioned modge-podge. I think you call it mod-poge, actually. But anyway– – Whatever! Potato, potah-to! – Potato, potatah-to. (speaking random syllables) From the dollar store, very cheap. These from the dollar store, this is the glue that
they write mod-podge on– – Yes! – it looks just like Elmer’s Glue. – You can probably
actually use Elmer’s glue. – I bet you probably could. – You don’t gotta get this stuff, you can use Elmer’s Glue if you want, we just gotta use this because, because– – Because we saw it, and we
said, “oh, that’s a good idea.” And then, we found all this
tissue paper at, guess where? The dollar store. – Yay! – So I got rainbow colored,
I got the bright colors– – Ooh, I want the bright colors. – and I got the pastel colors. – Oh, they’re all so good! – Which ones are you gonna do? – I don’t know.
– Pastel, or rainbow? I’m gonna do rainbow. – It’s so hard. – So, if you do pastel, you gotta take now because we gotta cut this paper up. – I think I’m gonna do pastel. – Alright. So, basically– – We also got these at the dollar store. They’re jugs. I don’t know if you
already said that, but– – Yes.
– I’ve got the little glass. – I did. – I got a milk carton
shape because I thought it was super-cute, and I can stick, like, a little pink flower
or something in there. Then mommy got this one that
looks like a giant cup of milk. Just pour the milk in there. Or, yeah, a giant glass. – That’s a vase. I’m making a flower– – I know but it looks like, I’m using my imagination, okay? – Okay, can I say what
we’re gonna make with these? We’re gonna make vases, that are colored with the
modge-podge materials. – Yes! Girl, I’m slow, cause I’m
gonna take care of my art. It’s not art, it’s my masterpiece! That was fun. – [Connie] And I’ve got my
cut-up pieces right here, that I can start working with. And I’m just gonna hang
out here for a second until Kayla can catch up. – I’m sorry I’m a slow artist. (laughing) – [Connie] Oh, yeah, that’s way better. Kayla’s got her ripped
pieces goin’ in there– – Artistic style. – This is very artistic.
– Artistic style. Rip the paper. It makes me feel so much
better when I rip it. (laughs) – Now we’re going to take
our modge-podge glue, and we are going to put
it in a bowl so that we can start dipping our tissue. That looks good. – I might need more later, but we’ll see. – [Connie] Okay, lets get this goin’. She’s squirtin’ in her bowl here. – It’s a really big sponge brush. Why do they make sponge brushes this big? Who needs a sponge brush this big? (upbeat music) – [Connie] It’s gotta be cookin’ up now. Kay, so there’s Kayla’s,
it’s still drying, so– – You can hear Harley
playing in the background. (laughs) – And then here’s mine. So these are still wet, and
it’ll probably in a few hours. Hopefully we’ll remember to show you guys the finished product. – Yep. Puppy, whatcha doin? Watcha doin? I can’t see what he’s doin’.
– He’s eating your hair. – Oh, is that yummy hair? Does it taste like noodles? – [Connie] He’s eating your pony. – Does it taste like noodles? – It’s close to dinner
time, so we got tater tots, french fries, and burgers
we’re going to putting in, on the barbecue, I got the barbecue going. Shawn’s been workin’ all day, like crazy, he’s been super-busy. – Yep, my ears are cold. – And his ears are cold. Even though it’s 100 degrees outside. – Yeah, 100. – But, not inside, so. Anyways. – Looks good. – Gotta get this goin’. Kayla’s got cheer in one hour,
and I gotta get her there, ’cause she’s got choreography. Aw, they’re so cute. – He’s biting my cheek. (laughs) – [Connie] This is Harley’s new play pen. We got it from a neighbor that had a baby, and the baby outgrew it,
so now it’s Harley’s. – Now it’s mine. I’m the baby. – Now Kayla’s the baby. – I know that Connie worked real hard on getting this all prepared,
now I’m stealing her thunder, ’cause I love to barbecue. I had to get off of work, I had to just get out of my office, so I appreciate you
letting me do this, honey. She’s holding the camera
right now, laughing at me. But, without her
magnificent work at making, look at that, is that not the
perfect hamburger right there, or what? Only a true artist could
make food look so good. So, I’m just gonna cook it, that’s all. – [Connie] Shawn’s awesome. He does a good job barbecuing,
so we gotta let him do it. We got to. I just didn’t want to interrupt
you while you were working because I knew you were busy today. – Yeah. – But, he wanted a break. – I needed a break. – Alright, we are running
fashionably late, as usual, and Kayla has to get to cheer. And dinner is just now being
served, so she’s gonna have to eat that in the car. – I don’t want to eat all this– – [Connie] We gotta go. – I’m gonna be sick at cheerleading. – [Connie] You won’t be sick. You have to do it. Tyler’s enjoying it. – I didn’t eat. – [Connie] Get to work, girl. – I haven’t even ate the burger
yet, I just like the fries. – It’s a race with the clock,
we gotta get Kayla to cheer. And she’s eating in the car. You’ll have fun, you just said. – What if they make me be a flyer? I’m not ready to be a flyer! – You can do it, you’ll be fine. You’ll be fine. How cute. He’s so cute, huh? He’s just a cutey patoobs. – Little Harley dog, what’s up buddy? ♫ Little tiny Harley dog,
little tiny Harley dog This is the cutest little doggy ever. – We’re having so much fun with him. – But, I think we need some
help from you guys out there, so for everybody that’s
watching right now, we think Harley might need a buddy. Now, school’s starting up and we work, and we’re just worried about
the little guy being lonely during the day here. So, we want to know, for
all you people out there, if you have one dog, do you
wish you had another dog, so that your dog had a buddy to play with? And, for all you people out
there that have two dogs, do you think it’s better having two dogs, or would you rather
just stick with one dog? So, basically what we’re asking you is, should we give Harley a buddy? Make sure you vote up
below, and comment down, er, vote up above. Vote down below and comment up above. (laughs) so, anyways. – Yeah, we’ve been kind of looking around, trying to see if there’s anybody out there that would be a good friend for him. And we just don’t know if that’s
the right choice right now, or, should we wait because
we just got Harley. So, I don’t know. What do you guys think? Please let us know, we’d love
to hear your thoughts on this. And, Harley’s gone. – He jumped away like Superman
while you were talking there. He’s in his little bed over there. – [Connie] I think it’s naptime. – I don’t know if you can see
him in the background there, like, he literally just went
straight over there and said, “I’m done with you guys.” So, – [Connie] Yeah, there he is. Aw. – Apparently, he’s not in
need of a buddy right now, he’s in need of a nap. But later, I don’t know. We’re thinking that he
might need a little buddy. So, if you think so, again vote up above: Does Harley need a buddy? Yes or no? Or comment down below, # HarleyBuddy. – So Kayla just got off from cheer, and we wanna know how it was. – We are doing good so far. We did our opening, which
I’m in the very front for, for like two eight counts. And then, we have our first
stunt, which I’m sitting in the back of a stunt, so I’m gonna ask my
coach if I can do, like, tumbling or something during that set, because I’m a little bit
bored while I’m back there. But, we did good, and it was really fun and I’m excited for tomorrow
cause that’s gonna be nine hours, and today
we only did four hours. So, we’re gonna have
a lot of fun tomorrow. – So, there’s our– – Mine looks really weird on camera, but I swear it looks
really cool in person. – It looks cool. It still looks like it might
be drying a little bit, but yep, there you go. Modge podge. Modge Podge. Alright, good job. We wanna say goodbye to all the DFFs. And, we had a good day. Good day of cheer. We had some arts and crafts,
we got fun with Harley. – Yeah – Daddy had fun working. – It was a blast, I love
working it’s so much fun. Trapped in my office all
day, like a prisoner. They never let me out, not even to cook. – Well, you could die. – He did do the barbecue and
it turned out really good. – I’m gonna put Harley down now. – I gotta joke for everybody, though. – Joke! – From Sylvana Missara, this one is “Why can’t eggs tell each other jokes?” (both children answering) – Ha ha ha, ’cause they
crack each other up. – That’s a good one. Kayla’s got blue teeth,
cause she just ate a cookie. I hope it was worth it. – It was! – Alright, so let’s say good bye. – Thank you so much for watching. – And until next time. [Davises] Bye! (upbeat music)

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