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Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Swagger Wagon

(Note* This was so silly, I just couldn't resist.)

My hubby was dead set on getting an SUV instead of a minivan for a long time because he felt like he was too young to have "his style cramped" by a minivan. Hubby now has an ongoing joke with one of our friends about how he too will eventually have to "join the club" and break down and buy a minivan. Our friend holds that he will never break.

If you had to drag your husband to the dealer when you finally bought your minivan and/or if your husband says that no matter how many kids you have, he will never drive a minivan, introduce him to: The Sienna Family.

Sure, they have a minivan for the space, but they "fill it up with their swagger."


  1. That was great! I know what I have to look forward to.

  2. I got such a kick out of this the first time I got it...and the others in the same series. We drive a 1998 Sienna and love it. We bought it when I was pregnant with Elias because we knew we couldn't safely fit two carseats in the back of our '85 Accord. Happily, hubby was not the type to balk at the minivan, so I didn't have to talk him into it. But then, when you expect to have four kids at least, and hopefully more, you have to give into the though of either driving two vehicles or driving a van. :)

  3. I love that video! I sent it a few weeks ago to my daughter and son in law. They just bought a station wagon and they are both 20. The guy at the dealership gave them a good deal that they couldn't pass up. (I don't think my husband was going to let them either! Lol!)
    Now they love it!

  4. I love my Sienna. Too bad it doesn't fit my entire family but it's great for those drives when I don't have everyone. Loved the video, my kids are still laughing. Then there's the 15 passenger van I thought I'd never drive. Haha, you should totally see my tiny, little teen girls driving that thing.

  5. lol!!!!
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