I took my nephew, Zachary for his first plane ride yesterday. He is a squealer! We kept it local, showing him a couple landing strips, and what his grandma and grandpa's house look like from the sky.
He had a lot to say about it. It was hard to pick what words to showcase. After the ride lil Zach beats me with the math/division problem. I decided to showcase that. If we landed 3 times in 19 minutes, how often did we land on average? Being into rough estimates I declare we landed every 6 minutes. He's like, "every 6 minutes, 20 seconds". I didn't even hear him until I was editing this video. Somebody get that kid a job at NASA. Uncle Greg's gotta pay his taxes.
It should be noted that I actually did not teach him the "one foot nailed to the floor dance". He happened upon that step on his own when he was like 2 years old. We were just re-purposing that dance as part of the OBP choreography montage. I think it's a keeper.
Disclaimer: Don't worry, the small people acting as children in this video have been trained by their parents to not do the things i have done. They should live a long time. I highly suggest you train your own kids to do the same.