No Sleep Road Trip

– Good morning, almost afternoon. Oh man, so let’s see. I’m trying to put my
brain in processing here. What is it 11? Its 11 o’clock. Isaiah went to school, Abbie went to sleep at 6:30 in the morning. And now I’m kinda spazzing
out and freaking out here ’cause I got a lot to do. Isaiah gets home at three-ish and we’re supposed to
leave when he gets home, and we have a lot to do before then. We gotta pack everything, I buy stuff I don’t, lets be honest Priscilla packs everything,
I only pack my things but I gotta put together
a luggage rack thing that slides into the
trailer hitch in the car. I gotta put that together and, so we have room for everybody in the car. What else do I have to do?
Well the good news is since I was up till 6:30 in the
morning I got a lot of work done. I got two vlogs edited and
uploaded so that’s good. Are you feeling better as well? – Yes, I am. – [Asa] Yes! Trip is on, doing it. We were gonna leave you guys behind. (laughing) – [Priscilla] Quarantine! (laughs) – We’ve had fun right? [Asa] Priscilla I need one of
those hoodies, or a T-shirt. – [Priscilla] I think Abbie– – [Asa] Love needs no words, I think that’s my favorite design. – [Priscilla] Abbie
kinda needs one (laughs) – [Asa] True. – [Priscilla] Its for her, like its her– – Get it for Christmas.
– [Asa] Holy cow it this thing took me an hour to put
together, it was terrible. There’s like 200 pieces of
nuts and bolts in this thing. Yeah, every little tab all the way around has it’s own hardware. It was in complete
pieces, do not recommend. Unless you had this thing for putting together Ikea
furniture type stuff. The car is a seven-seater, but with the rear seat up
there’s no room for luggage. And we have five people
so we’d have to put one of the rear seats up,
leave the other one down to put like the snack back
and stuff like that in there. I wanna make sure that
everybody’s comfortable. We got a couple trips coming up so, its a worth-while investment. And this one is worth the assembly because I found the same one
already assembled here local but it was like 50 dollars
more so, saved a little money. (electro music) (electro music) That will be terrible going down the road. Fortunately we have a solution. (electro music) (electro music) Rock solid. Sweet! And the tailgate will
clear that no problem, so that’s perfect, that
thing holds 500 pounds. This is just the content
you signed up for isn’t it? Its gripping stuff, exactly
what this channel’s about. Oh, and I got this bag
thing, in case it rains. All the luggage goes inside
of that and it straps down. Okay, all I have to do
now is pack my clothes and that’s it, I’m done. I already packed all my
gear, we’re good to go. Okay we’re ready. Are we ready?
– We just have no children. – [Asa] There’s no kids in here. Isaiah’s inside getting his stuff. Summer is doing something with her car. Abbie is in the wrong car. – She’s refusing to get out. She wants her (mumbles) – [Asa] Well that car’s not going. Hey come on, that car’s not going come on. Lets go. Get in your seat, go ahead. – Where are your shoes and your backpack? – [Asa] Her backpack’s in there. Does she have her shoes in there? They must be in the back of his car. They’re so excited to go on a trip. – [Summer] No I just…
– Just get in the car. – [Isaiah] Get in the car, its okay. – I’m just asking! – [Isaiah] You’ve talked about it like– – Finally ready to go, holy crap. – [Summer] No complaining
that your legs are (laughs) – I’m fine – Hi! – I like this seat. – [Asa] Road trip! [Whole Family] (cheering) – I’m confident that Isaiah will pass his IB exams at the end of this year and be a successful
recipient of the IB diploma. Isaiah is a dynamic and engaging student and I’m confident in giving
him my highest recommendation. – Y’all this is gonna
be a rough, rough time. – Are you crying? – Yeah
(Priscilla laughing) mom is crying because
– I’m so proud of you! Isaiah is reading a letter of
recommendation from a teacher and Priscilla’s crying, thinking
about him going to college. Its gonna be rough. – That was so sweet, can
we send that to everybody? – [Isaiah] She said I was
a rambunctious freshman and when I asked her
about it she was like, ‘I didn’t know I how to put it nicely.’ (Asa laughs) She’s like, ‘I wanna be honest,
you weren’t my favorite.’ (Asa laughs) – [Asa] It was a good letter though, bud. – It was, it was really good. – Oh my gosh, they’re so loud in there. What are they doing? Oh, the Airbnb, just do a
full tour of the Airbnb? Oh wow this is gorgeous. – [Priscilla] Isn’t it so pretty? – [Asa] Holy cow. – [Summer] You wanna hear something weird? – [Priscilla] What? – She won’t walk in here. She’ll walk around and all through there– – [Priscilla] Because of the ceiling. – But the ceiling’s the same over there, she won’t sit on the couch its so odd. – [Aba] Come here Abbie.
– Hey sweet girl. Abbie come here, come here. – What’s up, are you nervous? – [Asa] Come here. (everyone speaking) – But its so goofy because
she’ll walk over there but she won’t come sit on the couch. – [Asa] Abbie come here. – [Isaiah] It is weird though. – Its a lot of shadows right there. – [Summer] Well at first,
we had all these lights off. So this part of the ceiling
– That’s what I was thinking. Was a lot darker than
over there so I was like, maybe that’s why, we
turned all the lights– – [Asa] Abbie come here. – Yeah its like that, she’s still… – [Asa] Not having it. – But its not like she’s
freaking out about it– – [Asa] Right, she just
won’t do it, that’s crazy. – So, kitchen and dining
room, right? It looks– – Its so, and the water is literally– – Its right there. This is our room
– Yeah its very close. [Asa] Yo we fancy. (Priscilla laughs) Holy cow!
– Isn’t this nice? – You can have a dance party in your… You can sit and read
a book in your closet. – [Asa] Yeah ’cause
that’s what I’m gonna do. (Summer laughs) – [Isaiah] Sit and read a book. – [Priscilla] Wait for
your turn in the shower. (Summer and Priscilla laugh) – This does look like a waiting
room. (Priscilla laughs) – She likes it in here.
– Next! – [Isaiah] Like a truck stop? – [Asa] Yeah its a small room
with a low ceiling, I like it. (Summer laughs) Comfy and happy, huh? – Its like when you’re
at a truck stop and like, driver 42 your shower’s ready. (everyone laughs) Come on Abbie.
– They don’t sound like that though,
they’re like, shower number 42, like I’m not going back there. – [Isaiah] Shower 42. – [Priscilla] Who’s waiting
for me in shower 42? – Hey Steve, your shower’s ready. – [Priscilla] And then, for the kids they’re all the way over here. – [Isaiah] As far away. – [Summer] Its okay I got it. – [Isaiah] As far away from
Mom and Dad as possible. – [Priscilla] This is Isaiah’s room. – [Isaiah] That’s right. (laughs) – [Summer] Yeah Abbie’s been on it. – [Asa] Very nice. Wow were
you expecting more people? This place is huge. – [Summer] Yeah there’s
only three bedrooms and we’re taking them all up. – [Asa] And the girls will be in here. – We gotta invite somebody over dude. We’re gonna have like a party, right? – [Priscilla] The patio has door locks on the doors out there
and that’s a door lock. – [Summer] So like what,
the water is right there? – Its right here, come on. – [Summer] Abbie come here,
you haven’t done this yet. – [Priscilla] Do we have a light out here? – [Isaiah] I don’t know,
I can’t find the lights. – [Asa] Holy cow! – [Isaiah] Yeah its right there. – [Priscilla] There’s two steps
so we can go on the water. – [Isaiah] Go just like,
peep over into the water. – [Priscilla] Does she
have any clue we’re here? – She has no idea. Look! – [Isaiah] Oh that’s
freaking creepy there, there’s fish in there.
In the boat dock thing. – [Asa] Oh I’m sure
there’s a manatee in here. – Look how pretty, we’re on a dock. – I just didn’t know that there was fish. There was movement in the water. – [Asa] Nice house, babe.
– You wanna go back? Come on. – [Priscilla] Thanks. – [Asa] We gotta get like, should we eat breakfast outside or
something? Or dinner or something? We gotta eat a meal outside. – [Summer] Yeah that’s true. In this weather it
would be fine. Go ahead. – [Asa] Almost dropped it on her. (car beeping) Get in the car. – [Isaiah] It was like
(imitating car noises) – Yeah it does a whole lot of stuff.
– Gosh I get it. – [Asa] Are you ready? Abbie you look like you’re– (Abbie yelling) You look like you’re– (Abbie yelling) You look like you’re
wasting away back there. – Well, bet I think– (Abbie yelling) – [Asa] You wanna waste away
again in Margaritaville? – Oh boy. – [Asa] Get it? – Its Margarita Grill. – [Asa] Oh, oh wait, okay.
– Its a play on words. – [Asa] It still works with the joke. (Priscilla laughs) Wasting away again, everybody gets it I don need to sing it, they know the song. – Everybody gets it, yes. – [Asa] You did pretty good, even though they got this stupid ceiling
in here, huh? Ceilings, man. Where do they get off having a ceiling? – Right? – [Isaiah] What’s up with that, man? – After you, madam. – [Asa] That was the most American place I think I have ever been to. – Yeah, our friend Dustin
suggested it, great place. – [Summer] It was really good food. – [Asa] It was good.
– I was just looking at all the decor, I
didn’t look at it in there because I was super hungry. – [Priscilla] Yeah there you go. – [Asa] There’s a beer
can in that golf cart that somebody drove up here. (laughs) Y’all, America. Okay, dinner is done.
Abbie’s doing pretty good she’s had a few issues
with spacial awareness and sensory stuff, that kind of thing, but she’s doing pretty good. She’ll be comfortable in the house by tomorrow morning I’m sure of it. – Yeah, I’m sure you will, huh Abbie? – She is tired, we’re gonna
go home and put her to bed and we will so you guys in the
morning. Say bye everybody. – Bye! (beeping) – Wait I didn’t even get to get in. – Piece… Love… and happiness. – Why am I so blown out? Bye! – [Asa] Just say bye already! (everyone laughs)


  1. One day I had stopped at a gas station and the women's bathroom was under construction so they had the women use one of the shower rooms which was nice and clean, but weird.

  2. I’m glad you got a little sleep at least and so glad both girls are better! What a beautiful house! Way to go Cilla! You are awesome!

  3. hi my son is 22 and is autistic … he has issues with new place that has fans .. that may be an issue Abbie too.

  4. I wonder if the ceiling fan was messing with Abbie in addition to the ceiling. I hope you all have a lot of fun and manage to get some rest. I am glad Abbie and Summer are feeling better.

  5. Are you guys going to join the church of Scientology while you’re down there? DON’T DO IT, IT’S A SCAM AND THEY ARE CREEPY! Leah Remini said so herself, so……..

  6. I know the feeling of your child leaving on their own. It’s hard. My daughter move to Virginia. I look forward to her visiting me and we have wonderful memories all the time. Isaiah will be home many times while he in college. Abbie I think I know the feeling of being in a strange place. A little unsettling at first but I know your dad is right. By the next day you will be okay. Glad Abbie and Summer feel much better.😎❤️

  7. Those restaurant rules confuse me so much, since when is saying happy holidays less American than saying merry Christmas? To each their own i guess, i just know i would get kicked out at Christmas for saying happy holidays because i have Jewish and non religious friends 😂

  8. When you all and Abby are out in public and she’s doing her vocal stim, or maybe acting a little silly, do you ever explain to people around you that she has autism? Why or why not?

  9. Wow! Looks like you guys found a stunning place to stay for your long weekend. Nice!
    I hope everyone is feeling much better now. 😁💕

  10. Would recommend some type of deflector for your hitch extender to deflect the exhaust. We have a thin piece of aluminum that we put on the bottom and one bent at a 90 degree angle in the corner. We have that same one and found that stuff gets really hot to the point of melting plastic bins that we had loaded. We use ours ALL the time and it’s great for this Clampett family that can’t leave home without the kitchen sink!

  11. Hi! I was wondering the names of the applications that she uses to communicate? A family friend of mine has ALS and is rapidly losing the ability to verbally communicate. He is looking for a way to use technology to communicate. Any information would be super helpful!

  12. I have a real rough weekend and every time I watch y’all video it make me forget about everything thanks for being so funny and summer your cute and Abbie you are funny

  13. So Asa, when I get my luggage carrier you wanna come to Vermont and put it on for me? LOL I have a hard enough time putting the bike rack on the back!! Oh and the whole truck stop shower thing…everyone…it is so true, it does sound like that! I agree with Cilla, "I'm not going to shower 48! Who's gonna be there when I get there?!" LOL

  14. The trunk space is primary reason I got rid of my traverse. We make a trip down to the Florida panhandle and Alabama from Michigan at least once a year (twice if we’re lucky). Having 3 teenage farm boys, a toddler in a car seat, sometimes dogs, and two adults meant that there was no room for the immense amount of luggage. We didn’t want to do an exterior luggage rack because with my other half’s luck (or family curse as he calls it) something bad would happen. So we got a Yukon xl for those trips.


    Cilla, love 😍 that cardigan you had on at the restaurant!

  15. Aww Abbie makes me smile so much!!! 😄 I love vocal Abbie when she is all talkative, so cute! 😊💕 Very nice place you're staying at love it!!!! 😄❤💜 xo

  16. I love 7:10 her beautiful smile sitting w/bff in closet. I tell everyone that I love about this channel and how strange it is to route for, love, and want truly the best for a sweet soul I've never met.

  17. Cilla and I are the same age but I had my oldest a little bit younger than when she had Isaiah…he will be 20 in May…I totally understand the tears when it comes to her baby getting ready to go off to college. My son initially was going to go to college 9 hours away. Last minute he decided to stay and attend a local University. I can't tell you the level of relief I felt when he made that decision. Having an adult child has been THE hardest adjustment for me. You love them unconditionally, and really enjoy the relationship that is budding into more of a friendship but the amount of nostalgia that hits your heart when they start making their way in the world is almost unbearable.

  18. I've been gone for a minute from watching a lot of your vlogs, now I'm back and binge watching to get my Fathering Autism fix!! I thought Summer was going to school in NY, did she graduate early?

  19. When Isaiah ran into the door frame….. that’s totally me 😂 Isaiah is my spirit animal 🤣 lol then when he said “Oww” I did laugh. A little. Only because I understood his pain.

  20. Priscilla, I can only imagine how overwhelming it can be to know that your 1st born will be heading off to college sooner than later. As much as you want to cry all the time over it, you have to be strong for him. Remember, if your feeling overwhelmed imagine how hes feeling and will feel. Hes about to move out of state away from all that hes known for the past 18 yrs and embark on a new chapter in his life. Just be happy that he wont be too far away from you guys. It could be a lot worse as he could have chosen to go to college in say California or decided he was going to study abroad. Your a strong momma, everything will be okay, I promise.

  21. so glad the girls were feeling better….wow that place is amazing…can't wait to see it during the day…have an amazing mini vacay xoxoxo big hugs n love

  22. I’m annoyed at the sign while exiting the restaurant. It’s very (for lack of a better word) one-sided. Not everyone in America celebrates Christmas and/or says “Merry Christmas” and it’s OKAY.

    I just hate that feeling of “‘MERICA and nothing else!”

  23. I know how you feel being exhausted after Abbie didn't sleep. I get same way when my son Brandon doesn't sleep. It make the day pretty rough and very long. I've been watching your videos like crazy. Just seen the one where Summer left for school in New York. I cried like crazy. I can't say goodbye too anyone. I always say see ya later or just later. To me goodbye is just too permanent. Priscilla I know how ur feeling sending kiddos off to collect. It's like watching them on there first day of school. My oldest went into the Marine Corps in 04 and I just cried and cried. My youngest was born in Jun of 04 and Clifford left for boot camp in July. And became a Marine in October. Very proud tough day. My 2 older boys help so much with there little brother. Especially when Brandon is having a really hard time. Full moons are the worst when the come around.

  24. Plot twist…. Abby just sees spirits but can’t tell you that she does. That’s why she is uneasy in certain places. Just kidding

  25. I want to buy iPad to communicate. I’m going save money because my grammar is bad. No more writing. I’m deaf. Where do you buy? Picture is easy than writing.

  26. I think it's time you should buy Abbie an iPhone. She's at that age and there are many accessibility features for people like her.

  27. We totally just missed each other! I am from iowa and was just on vacation in Orlando. We are halfway back home and stopped in st Louis for the night.

  28. So glad your on a trip again. Have fun you all. Abbie you go and explore the world girl. You can do it. I love you all so much.

  29. where did you find harness? my son is tall ( 4 & 1/2 ft and he is growing out of booster and his harness is not our fave doesnt seem to be fitting well)

  30. I cant ever see Isiah getting a negative recommendation from any teacher, or anyone in general. Congrats Isiah ur gonna go far!

  31. If you would back the car in instead of pulling it in straight it would be much easier to load and even hook up that carrier? Just a noise from the peanut gallery…

  32. Abbie needs a shirt that says "My family is so wonderful, words can't even describe"! Because its so true. Even on your rough days.

  33. Her smile went from 100 to 0 real quick…3:46 🤣🤣Abbie was so happy she accomplish something.. Abbie still nervous around steps 8:28. Alan jackson song, margaritaville 9:15. I got you.. Bye 10:32 10:36🤣🤣🤣

  34. Isaiah is in the IB program!? 1000% props to him, I made it through 3 years of that program and honestly couldn’t handle it. It is an extremely demanding program, but wow Isaiah is extremely smart and dedicated so I’m sure he’ll get a 5 on every IB exam👏🏼

  35. I have been watching a year. The progress I have seen from video to video is amazing!! Cilla, I cried with you about Isaiah going to college. You guys are a blessing to YOUTUBE!! My husband now will have the vlog pulled up and ready to watch when I get home. I wouldn't dare watch it without him. lol We love you guys!!

  36. Hey guys. I've been watching you guys for over a year now. Just love your videos and family. I've just started watching a second family also called sixblindkids you should check them out. They are a family of adopted children all with extra needs and all without sight. The parents are amazing just like you guys. Much love from the UK. Joanna x

  37. Only have one issue with this channel there are no warning labels about how addictive it is! A week of not doing nothing but watching this. Great stuff and lovely family! Kepp it up!

  38. I started to cry a little when Cilla cried …I feel like I’m not the only one she has that affect on 😂😂… love the house !!!😍😍

  39. As soon as you said margarita grill I knew right where you were! Spent every summer in high school in that town, fishing, boating and swinging in the springs! And yes that restaurant is so american! They have limbo and dancing some nights too lol

  40. You know, this is what your channel is about – fathering autism. Fathering sometimes involves attaching things to the car. That's a dad thing 🤷🏼‍♀️

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