The first is a woman (Anita something?) singing all the things a mother says in the course of one day - to the tune of the William Tell overture.
The second is a monk faced with new technology (the book) summoning help from the mediaeval help desk. (When I saw it originally, it had subtitles to the end (it's in Norwegian) but now the last few sentences are missing, but anyway, the little book that gets picked up at the end is the manual.) That monk reminds me so much of me, some time ago (or indeed me now, sometimes). I think it's very funny.
I don't know if I'm actually making links that work so sorry if they don't!* My domestic help desk people are currently:
Daughter 2: having a nap
Husband: having a nap
Son: tidying his room (and I don't want to distract him...)
Daughter 1 and Son-in-Law - with his parents in Worcester.
I'll get them to fix it later if necessary.
Happy Christmas, everyone!
The Mom Song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anSpBUxsgAU
*Edited to add - the links seem to work.