Friday, May 21, 2010

The Swagger Wagon

Once in college Bible study some of the girls got into a discussion where they all agreed that they would never drive a mini-van when they had children!!! Then, suddenly one of them who has been to our home several times remembered that I just happen to drive a mini-van!! In an attempt to make up for the things they had just said, they compared Erik and I to the couple in the Swagger Wagon commercial. So, without further ado. . .

Erik says, "This is going out to all you sippy cup totin', chicken nuggets and fries on the floorboard, carseat clippin' mamas and daddys out there! Word!"

Just imagine Erik and I singing this to you. It is sure to make you smile!!! :-)


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6 comments:

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Deidre said...

That is hilarious! I'm afraid I said that growing up. Now, I drive a mini-van and think I'm cool! haha.

Thanks for posting this, Erin. You made me laugh this morning.

Sarah said...

I've never felt so cool to have a mini before now! I have to show this to Bridget; she's still a little mini-conscious :)

ADH said...

haha. i love this! i do not have mini, but now i so want one. my husband looks like that guy, only a little puffier in the middle! ;0)

Roan said...

That was so funny! I just laughed and laughed! You know we drive a mini van, and we fill it up to the max! My carpet has dried up gum, and Jimmy just scraped a collection of stickers off of the windows (they had been there for at least a year!).
I keep a trash can in my van, along with wet wipes, kleenex, first aid, a change of clothes for the entire family, a phone book, and cell phone charger. Thankfully, no more diapers, but I did have a changing center in the back for years!
Have a great weekend, and I hope your boys get well soon.

Ali said...

I got honked at by some teenage boys the other day while driving my MINIVAN!!! Still got it!! :)

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