What would the James-Jennings family do without Stan?
When a loved one takes to a passion for art (or parrots), being a family means accepting them no matter what.
Stan acts as man's best friend as well as a fountain of good(ish) advice for the James-Jennings kids.
They may not know exactly what they're hiding, but they always know. They can smell it...kind of like a dog!
Take away the stress and anxiety of gift giving and the holidays are really about spending time to celebrate with family. Though Stan might have taken it too far when he buried all of the presents in the park!
Straight from "renowned" child psychologist Bennett James, this advice can only be helped along by getting the kids a new dog, right?
Avery learned firsthand about the perils of not following internet safety on social media, thanks to her parents' awkward due diligence.
Just because Chloe is the smallest of the James-Jennings clan, doesn't mean she doesn't have a voice.
From Ellen convincing Bennett that she needs a car to Chloe tricking Tyler into taking her to get her ears pierced, the James-Jennings clan knows a thing or two about being crafty.
Stan learns just how messy family life can get when you hide your super-descriptive blog from the source of your inspiration.
Avery, Tyler and Chloe don't always see eye to eye, which often leads to messy though often hilarious shenanigans.
Stan and his human clan show that if they can stick together and become a loving, wacky family, then any family can.