Reed 11 Gil and DeLoa Reed’s Family: Celebrating Ben’s Birthday and Surprises

  • Ben
  • Joe
  • Jared
  • Dan
  • Gil
  • DeLoa Reed

[00:00:00] DeLoa: Turn right around here. 

[00:00:02] Family: To you. Happy birthday to you. Happy birthday dear Ben. Happy birthday to you. And many more. Don’t know it yet. You have to do it. That’s enough.

[00:00:31] Elizabeth: Okay, let’s um, open up your desk, Ben. 

[00:00:35] Jody: Joe, you’re making a mess on the table, 

[00:00:36] Elizabeth: Joe. 

[00:00:38] Jody: Jared, don’t you do that, Ben. Here, let’s, Ben, still, put it down, please. You, you get, you get rid of that mess. Oh, yeah, I’ll get 

[00:00:48] DeLoa: rid of that mess. Yeah, that’s fine. Sorry about that. Ha! What? Oh, look at that little dog. And then, um, they closed the lock.

Oh my goodness. Happy birthday to you. Oh no, there he goes. Happy birthday to you. Did you say that? I thought we should say the ham. Happy 

[00:01:23] Family: birthday to you. I thought we should say the ham. I guess he’s still around. Happy birthday to you. Don’t do that. Nobody wants to eat that cake. Okay. What’s 

[00:01:38] Jody: his name? You missed him.

You missed him. I’m sorry, dear. You’re missing Dan’s gift. Oh, here’s one 

[00:01:49] Family: for Dan’s gift deal. Oh, wow. Yeah, you can tie that around his belt and jump in the pool. What is it? Just what a dumbbell always wanted. I mean,

[00:02:05] Elizabeth: It’s a weight. Isn’t it supposed to have a rod thing to go with it though? Oh, I don’t know. 

[00:02:12] DeLoa: You knew there was something, you know. 

[00:02:13] Elizabeth: Okay. It’s gonna get disturbed bit by bit, huh? 

[00:02:17] DeLoa: Actually, it’s a foolish ring. 

[00:02:20] Elizabeth: That’s for his, uh, new weight bench that he wanted. What 

[00:02:25] Family: else have you got for him besides that?

That’s all. That’s all. 

[00:02:32] DeLoa: Where does that go to?

Reed 12 – Gil and DeLoa Reed’s Family: A Moment of Song and Family Connection

  • Deloa
  • Joel
  • Ian
  • Jodi

[00:00:00] Deloa: Joel, Joel. Joel, Joel. You’re the oldest boy. Come on, sing kids, here we go. I am a child of God, Joel, stop it. and He has sent me here Okay, look. This is on? Hang on, let me try that. Okay. Sing last and most kids can hear you. Okay? You I am a child of God. And He has sent me here. And given me an earthly home.

With parents kind and dear. Did they sing it? No, we are there. Sounds good to me. We’re not going to sing this time, kids. We want you to. Don’t. I know Ian doesn’t know that, Jodi. He just goes in the nursery and they go Does he sing that in the nursery?

In every way try to please. I know that’s the way. I’m the donkey, the donkey. Do it


Gil and DeLoa Reed’s Family: Festive Tunes and Heartwarming Moments

  • Ian
  • Meagan
  • Marcy

[00:00:00] Ian, Meagan, and Marcy: Jingle all the way, oh what fun it is to ride in a one horse open sleigh. Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way, oh what fun it is to ride in a one horse open sleigh. Hey! Jiggle bell, jiggle bell, jiggle all the way. All the way back into one, and one over this way. Hey! Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells all the way.

Oh, what fun it is to ride in a one horse open sleigh. Hi, Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells. I was a little mouse and I see Popcorn poppin on an apricot tree Bean hat poppin at a set fire Bustin the nose of a pie I find I could make a handle and make a tree A popcorn pie that smells so sweet And that’s just where we go Better thing to be, parkin parkin on a pop tree.

And I did it. I did it. I did it. I did it. She did it. I did it. See, just work long enough and you’re going to get it. This is for, uh, pardon. I know, I know. Use this for this. This for this. And. Okay. Do you think he’s saying good? I thought you knew. Oh, yeah. It’s up there. Oh, Did you call me to sing again? Did you call me to sing again?

He said, come here, I’ll sing, Grandma. I’ll sing Pomp and Circumstance. Oh, I do. That was great. Wasn’t it? Darling, I hope it worked. Where’s my beanie? I sang that out for too many people. Where’s my nice beanie? Everything boils down to money, doesn’t it? Everything boils down to money. Your penny got stuck?

That’s a shame, isn’t it? And you sang so well.

There. And you did it! Now that, all that battle just feel precious. It’ll be worth the hour and a half it took us to get it. Should we watch it real quick? Yes, of course. Oh, and somebody can have some bears. Or we can do