A family of four from Raleigh, NC just created the latest Christmas song to get stuck in your head this holiday season. The song is "#Xmas Jammies," and though it doesn't come with its own dance move, it does require its own unique style of sleepwear.
The Holderness family donned quirky red-and-green PJs to film their annual video holiday newsletter, and even if you don't know them personally, you won't want to miss watching this visual year-end round-up.
Set to Will Smith's "Miami", the song's lyrics reflect each member's accomplishments from 2013. Little Penn Charles was in a school play and is taking dance classes, and 6-year-old Lola ran a triathlon.
As for the parents, actress mom Kim celebrates her bit part in "Iron Man 3," while dad Penn announces two bombshells: he got a vasectomy, and he's quitting his job as an anchor for WNCN to start a marketing and media company with his wife.
This is the second year in a row the Holderness family released a video newsletter to update their friends and family on their lives. This year's clip has definitely gone to the next level, and has entertained thousands of strangers all over the globe.
Since uploading the video on December 11, the family's visual newsletter has gone viral and has appeared on "Good Morning America" and "Fox and Friends" - and hey, this blog, too! It's unfortunate the Holdernesses can't enjoy all the attention they're getting - according to a blog post, Kim and Lola picked up a stomach virus, and Penn is healing from that vasectomy.
Is it too late to add a pair of Xmas jammies to our wish list?