Child psycologist and bachelor, Eric Lund, has written a thesis about the use of psycology in modern parenting. While house sitting for his sitter, he finds himself at the mercy of his ...
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Child psycologist and bachelor, Eric Lund, has written a thesis about the use of psycology in modern parenting. While house sitting for his sitter, he finds himself at the mercy of his sisters six children as he tries to live by the rules of his own thesis while writing his master in child psycology, keeping the household going and staying out of trouble from the nosy neighbours.Written by
Uncle Eric is a great child psychologist and has even written a book about raising children, there is only one problem - he is single and has never been with children before!
So when his sister and husband goes away on holiday, he volunteers to take care of their 6 children - and of course try to keep hold of them following closely the rules of his book! And of course it all goes wrong, because children in reality, and certainly not his sisters, doesn't behave like in his book. But in time he learns, and in the end even the children comes to like him.
This is a great family movie, children of all ages will enjoy it - laugh of the mistakes uncle Eric does when trying to keep hold of the children and all the naughty things the children do because they know that their uncle doesn't know a thing about children.
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