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“No Separation Sundays” with The Bergeron’s

posted by Heather September 11, 2016 0 comments
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Last night’s Tennessee game. Lauren Akins is a super fan, so now Maya and I are, too.

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Game day (and, Kill Cliff) got me like.

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Just in case you were wondering what our plans were for today. We call it “No Separation Sunday’s”, when no one’s allowed to separate from each other. It drives Jonah crazy, and sometimes Maya, but for the most part it’s awesome. Definitely “forced”, but also definitely one of my favorite traditions.

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Fantastic tributes all day today.

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It’s totally normal for 12 year old boys to be carrying their pantsless 2 year old sisters around like this, right? Jesus. Our house is a mess.

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Not sure I could look any uglier.

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And, then I missed HER 🙁

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Maya’s toe nails are, honest to God, maybe some of the most unsightly things I have ever seen in my entire life. I couldn’t even do a close-up on this blog because it’s just too much.

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Hung out with these two punksters this afternoon. They taught Maya and I all about musicl.ly…yet, another Snapchat-ty sort of thing to eat up my time. I feel like it’s good for me to know what he’s into, so I opened an account and posted a video with Maya. If you’re on it, please follow me and like my video. Please.

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Ben hooked Maya up with the coaches over at Bean Town Barbell so they can start training her every Sunday. She PR’d both her snatch at 155# and clean & jerk at 191#…and, she hit a 198# clean, too. SO pumped for her on her road to Tokyo 2020 🙂

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Every year on 9/11, we go down and visit this memorial outside of the Natick Fire Department. It’s a great way for us to honor and remember the victims, their families, and their friends on such an unforgettable day for our country. This is an actual piece of one of the towers with a great quote, with the whole thing surrounded by stones dedicated by different people to victims. And, we always follow it up by a visit to the fire station next door. I love this whole tradition. I remember every time we’ve gone.

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