My brother and sister-in-law are expecting baby number three in a few short weeks (congratulations to you both!). Lucky for me, this gives me the ideal opportunity to test out our new Big Brother / Sister boxes on children 1 and 2.
My brother got the box on Friday evening last week, and let the kids open the New Baby Lotto game as soon as they were up the next morning. At this ungodly hour on a Saturday, I was happily still asleep in my own house (like any sensible auntie with no kids). My brother was kind enough to video the grand unboxing ceremony so I could see the reaction for myself when I finally woke up!
And the kind soul that I am, I thought I would share it on here with you too. Forgive the poor quality of the video - I may be a little biased, but I think Arianna is a total professional vlogger already. Sadly, the cameraman and director might need a bit of practice still.. The 2 year old was obviously keen to get in on the action too - you can hear him in the background!
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