We were pretty happy with the World Series game last night! Andrew watched the whole thing but the rest of us caught the good parts;) I was especially excited because my Mer (grandma) is a big Cub’s fan. She grew up in Chicago going to games as a little girl so I wanted them to win for her.
I couldn’t believe how much people were paying for tickets… up to 23k!!!
Knox and Brooke remembered (because I sure didn’t ha) that they got special Halloween shirts while we were at the St. George Marathon expo. They gave us two of these shirts for the kids and they were so excited to wear them.
It was a very interesting evening.
My evening consisted of brinner. Round one included cheesy eggs, turkey bacon and a pancake.
PS I know I have shown you this syrup before but it just is too good not to share. I can barely eat a pancake with anything different.
The second part of brinner included cereal (x2) later on. Turns out I was really in the mood for breakfast.
The kids had some park time in the afternoon.
And played for hours on end. Some days they fight a bunch just like normal siblings but yesterday was not one of those days in the slightest which was really nice.
Andrew started his run after the game. I really do not understand how he runs so late at night, I can barely walk up the stairs once 9 pm hits.
So I read on the bed while he ran.
Oh and I got caught up with This Is Us. I look forward to this show every. single. week.
We have a short vlog for you today! The kids are the stars of this vlog today and they are answering just a few questions. Their giggles get me every time!
Andrew and I watched Sugar Coated (well the first half… until I fell asleep because I have a hard time staying awake while watching tv late at night) on Netflix a few weeks ago. Has anyone else seen these? Every now and then I’m in the mood to watch a new documentary and of course this one caught my attention. It talked all about the science behind sugar and what it does to our body.
The thing is, I have always had a thing for sugar. I absolutely love it and while I definitely agree that it isn’t the best thing for us… I have a hard time cutting it out? I guess I just hate the idea of being super strict about food after years of obsessing over every morsel I ate. I think finding moderation is key (easier said than done) but I was wondering what your thoughts were in regards to sugar.
So what do you think about sugar? Do you pay close attention to how much sugar is in the food you eat? How does sugar make you feel… notice a big difference without it in your life?
Who else is loving This Is Us? What are your thoughts on the show?
Watch the game last night? What sports games do you like watching on TV?
Go to cereal these days?