I saw this a number of years ago, but recently just thought about it again, it is a short film (8 minutes or so), called “George Lucas in Love.”Â It is a parody of Shakespeare in Love.Â I think it is pretty clever.Â Enjoy!
Almost a month ago, Caden got his first haircut. I tried to hold off until after Halloween, but Jennifer wouldn’t have any of that.
Of course the video camera went with us. David Berry, who has cut my hair since I’ve lived in Ruston cut Caden’s hair.Â I’ve never seen David move so fast!
The whole haircut was only about 7 or so minutes, but don’t worry, for the video, I sped it up to double time, so the entire video is around 4 minutes.
Another week, another movie. No I won’t be releasing one a week, but I am catching up on video footage that I’ve had for a while.Â This week’s movie involves, Caden, an iRobot (robot vacuum — you do know I’m a computer nerd), and a terrible parent for telling him no one day, then letting him turn on the robot the next day, so I could capture it on video.Â Enjoy!
I realized after I posted Caden’s second video last week, that I had not posted a couple of other items.
First of all, I realized that I had not posted (at least here) Caden’s “Happy Birthday” song.Â It is the “fastest” Happy Birthday I’ve ever heard.Â Here is the link to it.Â http://www.nealbreeding.com/vids/bday08.php. I had e-mailed it to a few people that weren’t able to attend his birthday party, because it was so funny, but never got around to posting it on the blog.
Next,Â Caden brought home his first “coloring project” from “school” (i.e. Daycare) a couple of months ago in June.Â I knew you would want to see it, so I scanned it, because I am a computer nerd and that is what I do, so everyone could see his talent.Â If you click on the image, you will see the image in a new window, you can then click on it to see the full size. ha! ha!
Caden’s First Coloring Project
Finally, are you sitting down? I have another video.Â Yes, really, you don’t have to wait another 3 months to see the next video!Â I should have bought a Mac a long time ago, ha! ha!
Herbie Hancock had an instrumental track in the 80’s called RockIt.Â When looking for music for Caden’s first Video, “Don’t Stop Me Now,” I decided it would be a good soundtrack to use for his next video.Â I didn’t expect it to be so long before I got to the video, but it has been a busy summer. To make up for it, I used almost the entire soundtrack so you can get lots of Caden!