Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Nanny Cam

We don't of course actually have a Nanny Cam (a surveillance video camera hidden inside a teddy bear, for those who might not be familiar...).  The girls often make the sweetest sounds and play together so well when they are by themselves for a little bit, though, so I attempted to catch some of their sister playtime on camera, but they noticed me pretty quickly.  This video isn't edited down as much as usual; rather it's just a lot of fun sounds and smiles from both girls.  Enjoy.  Oh, and yes- we were indeed listening to Johnny Cash.

Nanny Cam from Sam Thompson on Vimeo.
No, we don't actually have a nanny cam, but this was some sneaky surveillance footage I tried to take of the girls playing together in the crib.  This video is replete with cute baby sounds and laughs.

1 comment:

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