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Packers, Sewing and Snacks

 

I thought my breakfast was impressive and decided to photograph it. I'm on a poached egg kick lately.

Meanwhile the rest of us have been on a sleeping in kick.

And way too much Nintendo Switch. I was trying to relax myself before the big Packers NFC Championship game. Instead it made me more nervous.

Also our living room is slowly being taken over as a playroom.
 
 
Theo and Baby Yoda were ready to watch the GOAT Aaron Rodgers. 

I guess I'm the only one without a Packers shirt. What gives?

Meadow is returning to in person schooling in a couple weeks and needed more masks. I always think we have enough masks and then something comes up where we need more.

Before kickoff Theo played some Mario Odyssey.

Baby Yoda was good luck in the divisional round, so he got a good spot to watch the game.

It was smart to get these swings as the kids like to use them year round.




Our favorite time of year. The playoffs for Scott and snack dinner for us.

Unfortunately this would be another disappointing snack-filled almost Super Bowl run. Can't complain the season was awesome. Go Pack, go!

To protect Meadow's ears from wearing a mask all day at school I made her a headband and attached some buttons for the straps. 

Good job, Brookie!


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