Monday, November 3, 2008

Halloween Hangover

Ok, so everyone who let their kids go trick or treating raise your hands. Alright, everyone who is rationing out the candy like a good mother should, put your hands down. Everyone else, you will understand, "THE HALLOWEEN HANGOVER". dun dun dun dun

This is what's left of my children's Halloween candy. They were full. (I love how Julia's is organized by type of candy into little bags, wherever does she get that from?)

We had craziness abounding from the constant rush of sugar thru their veins. (that's Henry in my witch wig)

So the leftover candy came down to me, having to make a choice.

Breakfast A: candy


Breakfast B: Homemade french toast, eggwhite omelette with sugar free syrup.

I ate Breakfast B. However, I'm not convinced it was anywhere as good as Breakfast A would have been.

And since my children ate almost nothing but candy all weekend, some were way too wired to got to bed on time, therefore very tired and high strung this morning. Their teachers are gonna love me.

This picture taken 5 minutes before we had to leave for school. Me yelling "We have to go now! Did you brush your teeth? Where are your shoes? You can play the game later! Get your back pack! COME on!!!"
Well, I've worked up quite an appetite. I think I need a snack. Now what would be better, Snickers or Almond Joy? hmmmm


  1. Hey Amy you are one CRAZY mama!!!! Your kids have got be be so thankful to have a mom like you. And if they aren't know they will one day I promise you.

  2. I am so glad I am not the only mom who allowed Halloween candy consumption. And in our defense, Dentists do say that it is better for teeth it they eat it all at once, rather than prolonging their sugar consumption. Less chance of teeth rotting. :)

  3. My candy is gone already. Except for one regular sized Snickers candy bar. I have that hidden for a special event, what or when the special event is I do not know.



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