And thank goodness baby brother was there to catch her.
From the corner of my eye outside of my home office window and while in a meeting it looked like my daughter dove off the front porch and to a belly flop in the front yard… not able to investigate while leading a meeting, I went directly to the video only to see my daughter launching over the shrub to get away from a carpenter bee. We had lots of fun at our dinner conversation.
For some reason I can’t watch the video, but that sounds hilarious! Hope she’s OK.
Same here - I click and nothing happens…
Save the video to your local device and play. On a Windows PC, right-click on video > Save video as…
That didn’t work either, for me. Downloaded it, but file was not readable.
Funny I can’t view it either on my Samsung Note 10+ using the Chrome browser, nor on my PC using Chrome. I can with Firefox though, and this has been a similar issue with previous videos. I can view the library file perfectly. I honestly thought it was an issue with the forum platform somehow. I will see if I can modify the video file and repost. Only 6 seconds. And yes, all were safe she landed on her feet and brother , but like I said it looked like it was a belly flop dive from the corner of my eye
You could try uploading to YouTube and post the link.
Ok… Video reformatted with extra Audio
Worked fine for me both before and after the changes. Android Fennec (mobile Firefox variant) here.
Too funny. Video worked fine on my iPad.
My 4 year old is petrified of bumblebees lately. I keep telling him they don’t sting.
I think that’s a misconception though.
I think I’ve only been stung by honey bees because there’s more of them, especially on the little clovers when I was a barefoot kid.
Bumblebees do sting, but usually not unless they’re stepped on or provoked. Some people pet them (not me, I’m too chicken lol).
Carpenter bees (kinda look like bumblebees but they bore holes in wood) can’t sting. They’re just clumsy and aggressive because they’re basically defenseless.
I think that bee came back looking for my daughter… "Hey lady where you at!?
Yikes. Also I just realized what was bothering me about your title. “Flight from the Bumblebee” would have been better.
Too funny for words. Can’t say I have not done that before.
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This whole thing is so sweet! And I love baby brother’s reaction.