– With Valentine’s
right around the corner, we would usually
celebrate as a couple. But we’ve never taken the
babies out to eat before, so hey, what better
time than to do it now? And we’re going to
celebrate Valentine’s Day as a big happy family of 11. That sounds like
a Mommy decision. That’s not a Daddy decision. Sounds like fun. Sounds like punishment. What did I– what did I
do, baby, to deserve this? [LAUGHS] Isn’t this neat? Look at that moose. Wow. They’re real? Well, it was real. Not now. – Is that real?
– Yeah. Yeah. That’s a big elk. Is that bear real? – Oh– oh, yeah.
– Yeah. Yeah. That buffalo real? Yeah, son. They’re all real. They were at one time. Can we help in any way? Can we get them out and put
them in their high chairs? If you want to, yeah. Does it matter
where they sit, or– Maybe like two and
then a chair in between, and then one on the other side. This one down a little bit. We’re kind of learning
ourselves because we’ve never taken them out. My thought is I
sit on one side, you sit on the other side,
we sit between the babies. We put the big boys on the edge. Hey, get the fork away from her. I’ll keep my eye on the
babies on your side. You have to keep your eyes
on the babies on my side. [INTERPOSING VOICES] Can do that. That’s easy. Are you sure? Yeah. I know you get
very distracted. I– oh, I’m sorry.
Water. Oh my gosh, Eric. He’s standing up. Wild animal over here. Not good.
No, I got it. OK. [BABY CRYING] Rayney! Asparagus, ma’am. Oh, thank you. So asparagus and mashed
potatoes for yours. My squirrelly boy. Oh, oh, oh. I don’t think he can chew that. Boy, I’m going to have to
tie you down with a rope. [BABIES CRYING] Oh, oh, oh. Rayne’s falling. Put your arms around these
and watch the other three. You’re throwing bread at
them like they’re birds. Whatever it takes. And eat with your toes. [LAUGHS] And just eat face down. Give me that, girl. Every time I look up
she’s got something she’s not supposed to. She’s got long gadget arms, huh? I feel like my
head’s on a swivel. Like I’m like–
[CLATTER] Oh, oh, Eric. Oh, no. Dad-gum it. Thank you. I’m going to scoot
you out, buddy. I’ll get you there. [CRYING] It’s crazy. [CRYING] [MUSIC PLAYING]