First, you will not doubt notice that all of the girls are wearing matching pajamas. Well, we do this from time to time - it is fun (unless you are a teenage girl, then it is embarrassing). It has been a long time since we last had matching pajamas... I believe Allison was three and Parker was just a few months old - so that means nine years.
Second, if you look closely you will see that our "instruments" are catheter tip syringes (also know as Toomey syringes). We got our Christmas money delivered via syringe this year because they are plentiful around here. Well much to our surprise, these syringes give off a very distinct popping sound when you pull out the plunger. Add a lot of imagination and a little bit of rhythm.... viola - JINGLE BELLS (or a loose adaptation of it).
I hope you enjoy this rendition as much as we enjoyed making it.