So Doug and I had a Super Bowl Party today; in New Jersey; with Doug’s Jersey Friends. I knew I would be the only Patriots fan. Luckily in our mass of hand-me-down clothing for the twins I found a Patriots onesie. So after bath time this afternoon I dressed Vero in it.
I got a little curious when Doug took Kyla into the bedroom after her bath and closed the door. We are on a strict budget because we are working on getting rid of our debt, so I knew he hadn’t bought a Giants outfit. Well, he came out of the bedroom a few minutes later with Kyla dressed in a Giants onesie.
He had decorated a plain white onesie we already had with some Sharpies. I was actually impressed with his determination and creativity.
The twins enjoyed showing their Super Bowl spirit with Mommy and Daddy. Vero was with me, completely convinced the Patriots would smash the Giants! He was not above explaining this to Giant Baby.
As all our guests arrived we settled down in our cozy little living room. We put the leaf in the coffee table and had tons of food. Everyone smushed together to enjoy the game. It was really nice having a full house (apartment) of friends!
Kyla watched from Daddy’s lap, and Vero made friends with John as they lounged together in the corner of the couch.
Beth, Keith and Ron were able to enjoy the game baby-less. Everyone had a great time.
I had spent most of the day preparing all the food. I made my Aunt Nancy’s sweet wings and my Aunt Diane’s hot wings. They were both a big success.
As the night wore on Vero did his best to become John’s best friend. Eventually the twins had to go to bed, and I started paying closer attention to the game. I really thought the Patriots were going to win the Super Bowl!
Right up until the last 3 seconds. The Giants were up by 3 points with 35 seconds left. The Patriots still had 3 time-outs, so I thought they could pull off a field goal and send it into overtime. Unfortunately I was wrong. Doug will be sleeping on the couch tonight.
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