Steve Harvey's Son Broderick & Grandkids Found a Fun Way to Spend Time Indoors During Lockdown
Steve Harvey's kids and grandchildren are practicing self-isolation joining millions of others around the world, and they've thought of fun ways to keep themselves busy as they spend time in quarantine.
Lori Harvey shared hilarious Instagram stories of her nieces and nephews enjoying quarantine time by slipping and sliding on a marble kitchen counter covered in soap.
For Steve and Marjorie Harvey, quarantine hasn't been going according to plan as they've been getting on each other's nerves.
A FUN-FILLED QUARANTINE PERIOD
To make matters more interesting, they added a row of plastic cups that substitute for bowling pins, and had one of the babies slide over to hit the cups.
Meanwhile, for Steve and Marjorie Harvey, quarantine hasn't been going according to plan as they've been getting on each other's nerves. Just a week after being on self-quarantine, Marjorie shared that they've already annoyed one another so much.
"This one right here is on my nerves. You don't listen to nothin' I say."
THE MAIN HARVEY HOUSEHOLD
However, Steve made sure to fight back and reveal that his wife is apparently the "president of the Center for Disease Control," who has been controlling everything going on in the house.
"I'm going to smoke a cigar, but I probably can't do that ' cause the Center for Disease Control probably don't want me blowing smoke nowhere... nah we can't kiss!"
NO SOCIAL CONTACT ALLOWED
After explaining on the video that they aren't allowed to have any social contact in the house, Marjorie and Steve burst into laughter. Clearly, while they get on each other's nerves, it's also a good way for them to share laughter between each other especially since it's only both of them at home.
The Harvey family clearly has the quarantine period covered, and they've thought of many ways to keep themselves safe and doing their part during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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