I’ve got my socks on!

Regular readers of this blog may recognise the name ShayCarl from my post about an upcoming film called ‘Vlogumentary’ and my first life update. For those who don’t, he is a vlogger on YouTube who films himself and his family (known as the Shaytards) every day, and has done so for the past 4 and a half years. He has done a hell of a lot for my partner and myself through his daily updates, as his general outlook on life has given us both inspiration and has helped us to plan our life and our goals out in ways we would never have imagined before we started to watch them. Well, about a year ago Shay begun to sing on one of his vlogs about the socks he was wearing, and from that innocent seed there has grown a range of ShayCarl Argyle sock merchandise and now this- the music video for the song. I just thought that I’d share it as it is so fantastic, and it may bring a smile to your face as it did to mine! Also, both of my children now dance around the house every time we play it to them, and our eldest (aged 3) knows most of the words! If you like it, thumbs up the video!

If any of you want to subscribe to the Shaytards on YouTube, the link is in the text above and also below, as well as the families individual channels, which are here aswell:

http://www.youtube.com/user/SHAYTARDS

http://www.youtube.com/user/shaycarl

http://www.youtube.com/user/ShayLoss

http://www.youtube.com/user/katilette

http://www.youtube.com/user/WhenTheKidsGoToSleep

http://www.youtube.com/user/HeyKayli

http://www.youtube.com/user/caseylavere

And if you want a pair of the socks: http://www.rodeoarcade.com/collections/shay-carl 

 

 

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