Parents make hilarious "Baby Got Back" parody for teachers and school staff

"I can't believe school is back!" <span class=meta>(The Holderness Family/YouTube)</span>
As school is getting back in session comes a song that gives the children a proper sendoff, "Baby Got Class." In the vein of the genius musical parody icon Weird Al, the Holderness family of Raleigh-Durham has put together a shockingly well done music video parody of Sir Mix-a-Lot's 1992 hit that never quit, "Baby Got Back." Watch below.

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The music video chronicles the parents' lack of actual vacation during summer vacation, preparing their children to go back to class, and anxiously anticipating the free time parents relish while the children are occupied at school.

"Dedicated to the amazing teachers who take care of our kids all year and don't make enough money," reads the end title.

Father Penn Holderness is a veteran of the television industry, having worked for HGTV, ESPN, ABC and even as a local news anchor in Raleigh until January this year. Wanting to focus on other things, he quit the news to open his own production and marketing company with his wife, business partner and former news colleague, Kim Dean Holderness.

When not working together, the 'Holderni' create off-the-wall, family-friendly comedy videos on their YouTube channel with their children, Lola and Penn Charles.

What will you do with all the free time, now that the kids are back in school? Let us know in the comments below.

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