Safety In A Corn Field | Maybe We Need A Pony
(gentle guitar music) – [David] Whoa! Good job! (Braylee hums) Keep going, keep going! (David and Braylee laugh) Yeah, it’s fun to stretch it. (Braylee hums) – Da da, yo yo yo, do it. – [David] Pull it out. – [Stacey] Do you need some help? – [David] She really likes the plastic. (Braylee hums) – [Stacey] Here, look. – [David] She’s collecting pieces. – [Stacey] Hey, let’s see the plastic. What’s in here? Take out, take out this stuff. What is this? (Braylee babbles) – [David] Oh my god. – [Stacey] What is this? – Braylee! – [David] Happy birthday, Braylee. – LuLaRoe. Braylee loves LulaRoe. – [David] She does. It’s so soft. I like LuLaRoe. (Stacey gasps) – [Stacey] I love that these are a solid. ‘Cause the one’s that she
has right now, are all– – [David] Patterns. – Patterns so they’re
hard to match with things. I’m not a bold person. Those will fit her for a long time too, cause they’re so stretchy. The, that, it’s like a tunic type thing. Aw!
– That’s so awesome. – [Stacey] It’s Disney! – [David] Let’s see. – It’s the fairy godmothers. – [David] Oh yeah! Disney! (Braylee laughs) – Flora, Fauna, and Merriweather. – [David] That’s so cool. – From Cinderella. (Braylee laughs and hums) – [David] Thank you so much, Susan. – That’s such a great birthday gift. – [David] Braylee, can you say thank you? – Look.
– Hey. – Look.
– Thank you. Say thank you. – Thank you. – Guess what we’re doing today. – We are finally going. We’ve been putting it off for so long. – Oh! – [Stacey] Whoa. (Stacey laughs) – [David] You lost a shoe. (car rumbles) (Braylee hums excitedly) – [David] Oh my goodness! – [Stacey] Isn’t that so neat? (Braylee hums) – [David] That is a huge corn pit. – [Stacey] Yeah, it is. (Stacey laughs) – [David] Oh, she already lost a shoe. – [Stacey] Yeah, let’s take them off. (Braylee hums) Oh my gosh. (corn crunches) – [David] Biggest corn pit
I’ve ever seen in my life. What you’d say? – Not that we have anything better to do. (David laughs) – [David] I don’t think we’ll
ever see something this big. (David laughs) Ever. (Braylee hums) (children talking) – [Boy] Can you help me? (horse neighs) (Braylee thumps) – [Stacey] She’s so happy. (children laugh) – [David] Look at all
those blocks, Braylee! You don’t wanna build? (Braylee laughs) (Braylee hums) – [David] Someone’s finally here. – Oh no, oh no. (slow guitar music) (Braylee hums) – Guys, we’re lost in the corn maze. – [Stacey] We’re not lost. – Oh, I’m lost. – I know how to get out. (David laughs) (Braylee hums) – I am not a corn maze walker. (children scream) (Braylee hums) – I’ve never done a corn maze before. Neither has Braylee. Yeah, we went in circles so far. We’re not, we’re not doing very good, although I don’t think
I remember this all. But all the corn looks the same though. (David laughs) Oh, dead end. – [Stacey] Also known
as the friendly ghost. Pauly, Yoda, Chuck or Casper? – [David] Casper, what way? – [Stacey] Left. – [David] Left? – What’s a, what’s a good corn movie? – Children of the Corn. (David and Stacey laughs) (children laugh) (Braylee hums) – Braylee, would totally
get lost in the maze. Like we have to keep, make sure that we’re like
within at least a foot – Arm reach. – Arm reach, just because if she goes and turns the corner, she’s gonna get lost in this maze. – Well, the thing too is
that a lot of this corn, she can fit in between. – Yeah, so she could– – So if she decided to go off the path – Yeah, she could get lost
pretty quickly and easily. It’s corn field. Corn is, like imagine trying,
like if she got lost in here, imagine how frantic we would be. – [Stacey] Yeah. Because we would have no way to find, and then she could exit anywhere. We can’t cover all the entrances. – Right. – Because, they’re, – [Stacey] Everywhere. – [David] in her world. – [Stacey] Everywhere’s
an entrance and exit. – Everything’s an entrance,
an entrance and exit. So–
– We’re starting to get– – Oh look! We found it! – Number three! – Number three! Good job, B! – [David] Wait, stop! Good job stopping. – [David] Hey! – [Stacey] Hey! – [David] As she goes. – [Stacey] Is it, it’s
considered good luck if you see what on Halloween? A spider, a ghost, or a black cat? I think a black cat. – [David] Good luck? That’s bad luck. – [Stacey] No, not on Halloween. Black cat. We’ll go right. – [David] Let’s go right. Go ahead. – [David] Look it’s the exit! We made it! – [Stacey] Exit. – [David] We made it! (Braylee hums) (upbeat guitar music) – Look here. (Stacey laughs) – [David] She’s like nope. (David laughs) – Is that not cool? You want to push it? (David laughs) Are you helping? You can come in. – [David] Go in. – Yeah! (Braylee hums) Ready? (Stacey laughs) I’m so proud of you! (David laughs) Oop. Oop! (Braylee hums) – [David] Keep going. – [Stacey] I’m getting dizzy. Yep. Go ahead. She keeps looking. (Braylee sings) Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa! Whoa, Whoa, Whoa! Keep going, keep going,
keep going! (gasps) Stop! (laughs) – [David] Good job! – [Stacey] You did it! – [David] Yeah! Whoa! (laughs) – [Stacey] Or she’s going to
bring it all this way now. (Stacey laughs) (people chatter) (Braylee hums and sings) – [David] That was fun Braylee. (Braylee babbles) Can’t find the keys. Open. Need help? (children yell) Go ahead. – [David] I just want to let you know, good pumpkin patch find. – Thanks. Wasn’t really a find, but. – [David] Well, I’d say it’s a find. You found it, and we’re like all right let’s go. Close to home, and– – Yep.
– Braylee loved it. That’s the,
– Yep. – [David] That’s the most important part. Braylee just loved this place.
– She did. – [David] She had a little – It wasn’t too much. – [David] She had a little
antsy, antsy moments because of the, the pony. – Yeah. (David laughs) She had a hard time
transitioning off of the pony. – [David] Yeah. – But she was so overly
excited to ride it, that I think that’s why it was hard for her to get off. – [David] Lot of emotions. – Yeah. – [David] But overall. I know. I’m wearing Jaguar’s colors today. Not cool. – Corn.
– Corn. – Maze.
– Maze. – [David] First time. – First time. – She’s been really like dysregulated the last couple of days. – [Stacey] Uh huh. – Like really dysregulated. Even had borderline meltdown
the last couple of days too. Which are pretty rare these days. Pretty rare, but they definitely still happen. I think it was good to
get out of the house, and do something outside of the house. – [Stacey] Something’s that’s low key not overstimulating. – Yeah. – [Stacey] And outdoors. Outdoors is her place. (upbeat music) (Braylee sings) – [David] Bye everybody! – Peace! Look here. Say peace! (Braylee laughs) Peace! – Peace! (upbeat guitar music)