Daddy likes a
clean, dry diaper. Right? Yuk. What are you looking for? Looking for a jacket. You guys remember
better than anybody. She used to be like this little. And now she’s picking out
black leather jackets. You want to wear that one? Yes. I like that with that outfit. [INAUDIBLE], can you say hi? Uh, are you spitting up on me? This is really our life now. Owee. Pops, I’m trying. But you’re moving, it’s
like a moving target. Never thought I’d be
so good at a top knot. Whoa. Who is the biggest boy? Let’s go. Come on. Let’s go.
– All right. Let’s go. Let’s go find them. Where’s puppy? Mr. Moo. We thought, as new
parents, that it was going to be a very similar process
to when our daughter was born, and we didn’t do anything for
six weeks and we stayed at home and we just ate cinnamon
rolls every morning and looked at our new baby. We’re still eating
cinnamon rolls. – Oh!
– Is he going to get you? Get her. It’s different when
you have two kids. Because life doesn’t stop. Hey, Pops, you excited
about school today? You are? Who are you going to play with? – See you later.
– Eddie. Eddie? Bye, [INAUDIBLE]. Is Eddie your boyfriend? No, babe, she doesn’t
have boyfriends. – She’s going to be–
– Yes, I do. Yes, she does, Dad. No, you’re going
to be married to me for the rest of your life. All right, Daddy, I will get
married with Eddie and you. No, no. Not Eddie. You’re not going
to marry anybody. Eddie is a big part of this. Hi, [INAUDIBLE]. What are you up to? Boo! Having both kids now, and
it’s been really kind of fun to watch this house
and our family take on an entirely
different energy. Go, go, go, get him! We got really lucky
with both of them. But it’s definitely a shift. Like every parent out there,
I mean, it’s just nonstop. But it’s great nonstop. All right. Let’s go get dressed, monkey. Come on, guys. We’re on this, Daddy.