Video: How to Make Tea

by Paul Gerst on September 5, 2012

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My sons, Andrew and Matthew, think their Aunt Alice (my sister) and Uncle Dave (my brother-in-law) are the coolest.  At Christmas, they sent great gifts.  Here are videos of the boys opening the gifts.

Matthew opening his gifts.

Andrew opening his gifts.

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