What to do when you have plenty of time at home together? Make a family music video!
Families all around the world are spending a lot of time together at home, whether they are in lockdown, quarantine or self-isolation due to the coronavirus pandemic. This means there’s plenty of time to practise a dance or song together. Don’t let the kids have all the fun, come on! If you have any musical talent, even if it’s only from your nightclubbing days, show the kids that you still have “it”. Not only will you get some exercise, you are sure to get a whole lot of laughs out of it. Plus it’s a great family bonding opportunity to work towards a goal together.
During the Summer school holidays when we were away with friends (seems a lifetime ago now), the Mums spent some time trying to learn a TikTok from the kids. I have to say it was the hardest thing ever, (and we’re pretty fluent in the Nutbush, Macarena and more), but boy was it funny trying! Renegade, Renegade!!
To inspire you, here are some videos we’ve enjoyed watching on Facebook.
This one we love and can’t stop watching. It’s from Ali Hoffman with her Dad Michael Hoffman (and a cameo by Mum Michelle) taking the #QuarantineChallenge to a whole new level. You won’t be able to get Jess Glynne’s song ‘Hold My Hand’ out of your head after. Watch it below or see the original post by Ali Hoffman here.
This 51? 57? year old father is trying to prove a point here in this Dad and Daughter dance off challenge.
Disney Characters In Quarantine – watch Kurt Tocci perform below:
Ben Marsh and Danielle Marsh with their tribe do an amazing Les Miserables lockdown parody below.
And now back to TikTok – this one by Evie and Emmie of @mumpacktravel is what our ‘Renegade Renegade’ dance, we tried so hard to do during our holiday, was supposed to look like. 😆😛
The one good thing about TikTok is that they are short. You’d think that would make them easier to learn…??! 😜😝
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