I've been on TikTok for the past six months or so. Well, let me clarify: I've had a TikTok account for about six months. I don't really contribute to TikTok. I don't even really scroll on TikTok.

I never feel good about myself after I scroll through TikTok. It can seem like a rabbit hole of nonsense. You scroll and scroll and dig and dig, looking for that one hidden treasure of an entertaining TikTok.

I came up with a solution: I have my kids act as my TikTok producers. They scroll through the app the way a lot of kids do, and when they see something they think I'll like, they text it to me. We watch them together every night; it's actually one of my favorite parts of the day. They love to see my reaction to what they sent, and I get to watch my own daily, personal "best of" TikTok collection.

I decided to put together my first TikTok video Tuesday morning. One of my favorite trends on the platform is one that features the sound of a young woman's voice describing her home: "Everybody has that one thing in their house that everybody thinks is so cool. Could be a hidden cabinet. Little movie room. Gadget. But ours – is THIS."

I decided to make a Fun 107 version of the trend. I shot a video using Gazelle and Maddie and had a blast doing it.

Here it is:


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Fun 107 #EverybodyHasThatOneThing video.

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