November 25, 2007

Non-Stop Football Marathon

Kanyon has been a great blessing so far during his three nights at home. He is so laid back, we have to wake him up to feed him, otherwise he might just sleep through all the feedings.

What has been the greatest thing about bringing him home on Thanksgiving week has been all the football on TV. While we are sitting around the house changing diapers and doing his laundry, we can have football on all the time. The football marathon started on Monday night in the hospital. Since we don't have cable, we don't get to watch Monday Night Football. This week my favorite team, the Denver Broncos, were playing on MNF. So I got to watch them at the hospital before the delivery.

After recovering in the hospital, we came home to football everyday. First all the Thanksgiving Day pro football, including the Cowboys. Next all day after Thanksgiving with college rivalry games and again on Sat. with more college football. Finally today is Sunday, time again for more pro football.

Here is a list of all the games we have watched this weekend:
Denver Broncos v. Tennessee Titans
Detroit Lions v. Green Bay Packers
Dallas Cowboys v. NY Jets
Nebraska v. Colorado
Texas v. Texas A&M
LSU v. Arkansas
Tennessee v. Kentucky
Florida v. Florida State
Kansas v. Missouri
Houston Texans v. Cleveland Browns
Denver Broncos v. Chicago Bears
Philadelphia Eagles v. New England Patriots

I think we have watched so much football that little Kanyon is going to need a game on in the background before he can go to sleep. I just hope he enjoys basketball season as much. Now that the football marathon weekend is over I wonder what he'll be watching as I return to work next week. Kanyon will be home alone with his mother, hopefully not watching too much Oprah.

1 comment:

Kelly Efurd Lawson said...

Well, since we live in Kentucky now, and Billy works for the University of Kentucky-- I've actually taken an interest in Kentucky football. Sad, I know. And I see that the UK/Tennessee game was one that you watched. It was heart-wrenching. Sigh.

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