Keillor and I took part in the filming of a documentary for Baby Discovery Channel. Below is the final cut of the documentary as it will appear. The money we earned from this project allowed Keillor to quit his day job washing dishes. He will remain the house screamer for the graveyard shift, much to the displeasure of his parents.
Because of the heat from the lights, the filmmakers could not use breast milk, but instead used Elmer's glue. The glue maintains its viscosity and color under the lights, unlike the milk, which appears yellow. The production company doctor said that Keillor should pass the glue with no problem, and that it may prepare him for eating paste later in life.
Additionally, the director thought that we should use a baby wig on Keillor as his hair is still coming in. Aimee balked at that idea, so we opted for Just for Babies hair tint to make his locks seem fuller and more radiant.