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Accidental Parenting
Accidental Parenting

Episode 23 · 2 years ago

S01E22: Party Time!

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

Aubrey and Col interview their good friend and neighbor, Danielle deGreef, about living deBest life with her husband and 5 boys. Danielle shares about her passion for hosting parties and shares some examples of great kid (and adult) parties they've hosted in the past.

Did you ever have a birthday during the school year? Nope, always in the seven June. It was always in the summer. The earliest one I remember I was maybe like ten. I don't remember a lot before. Yeah, ten and my mom invited like all the neighborhood kids and kids from school and she played this game that we did almost every birthday. She had this game where she would wrap a candy bar or something, but then wrap it like a million times with different you know, wrapping paper, newspaper, whatever, and so you would like go around then rolled dice and when you roll doubles you'd start unwrapping until we've always played that game. I've done that for our kids a few times. Yeah, and that's the earliest one I remember, but I was probably ten. I was kind of old. I just don't remember. With that I I feel like anyone who has a summer birthday they kind of get jipped on birthday parties a little bit because you can't send the invites out to everyone at school. Like I remember having a birthday party I was really young. It was like five or six maybe, and we went to somewhere in town here is a fire man museum. HMM. They've got like old school, old timey fire trucks and also you US friends or just your family know. I yeah, they were friends. They did parties. I mean I couldn't tell you what friends, but yeah, they do like birthday parties for little kids and it was yeah, it was a good memory. Years. You weren't ever in school because you're an August birthday. August birthday always the summer birthday. In fact, when I was in school we used to walk uphill both ways in. No, sorry, different story. When I was in school teachers did never say hey, for everyone of the summer birthday, pick a day throughout the year and celebrate. Now they do that. That's nice. Yeah, so kids who have summer birthdays now they get to pick a day or a week throughout the school year and like re celebrate their birthdays, like they get two birthdays. Yeah, that's good. Penelope always sad because we are usually in Idaho for her birthday in July and so she never gets invite friends. So we just actually did this half birthday for her in January when she hit her half birthday. We let her invite friends and we did an actual big birthday movie party. Loved it. It was really fun. Like, oh, that's good that she finally gets to invite some friends or a party. She usually has cousins there and family. Sure, it's fun to have friends, but like, you don't need a birthday party every year, or do you right? I know I we haven't done a big birthday party for can we do something for me every we do something. That the one that I loved the most. Remember we took penelope again and a bunch of friends to arrested cheesecake factory. Yeah, and we sat them at their own table. It was amazing. We sat nearby Cole and I. We were a few tables away. Yes, and they fires there by themselves. All let their own table in, like we're super lazy. Yeah, and she was turning, I don't know, like eight...

...or nine. They weren't that old, so it's for sure the first time they had ever been. Like we did that with Daddy. Are Lone restaurant did. Yeah, so fun. I would totally do that again. Well, then we've kind of we've told our kids we can either a do a birthday party or, you know, you go out to eat with a bunch of your friends, something like that, or we can get you like a big present. Right. So they kind of we let them choose whether they want the birthday party present or what's behind or be, which might be a sweater, a Zo Zoink Zonk. What was that show? Yeah, yeah, let's make a deal. Let's make a deal. That's was it a Zoink? I think so. I've I've seen like two minutes of that show one time. I'Dn't. You're kidding me. Don't really watch that's well, that's on. It's still on TV. Wayne Brady, is that his name? Oh, yeah, he's a lot better than the old guy was. It wasn't Richard Dawson. I don't remember that. It was lame. Did you know that family feud was a spinoff of match game? What? No, yeah, they're not like at all. Richard Dawson was on match game and I was reading because, weird I saw this clip on facebook the other day that had somewhat it was like a family feud show, but it was a host that I had never seen before and it was like a newer host. It was like a more modern clip and I thought is placed. You Harvey, Steve Harvey replaced, but he's I don't think he is. I looked on wikipedia. He's the most recent one. I don't know what this clip was that I saw. Anyway, reading on Wikipedia, I was reading about the previous hosts, a family food, wikipedia rabbit. I was in a wikipedia hole. I went pretty deep. Match game, some sort of Spinoff, somehow, some way, family feud with Richard Dawson. Yes, anyways, everyone on the lips. We're going to interview our friend and neighbor Danielle, because she is like the ultimate party planner. She plans these amazing for so parties for her kids like over at the top and spares no expense, spends so much time. We go and I'm just like, I am a terrible mother. I go to these Bush she's is she plans it all out right, the food, the drinks, the photo booth she's got. Even her grandma right will be taking pictures of everyone of the party and posting them online and sending him after it. Like there's fun for kids and adults and like I want to pick her brain about her process and all the things she does. I should be fun. Yeah, so let's start the interview. All right, hey, Danielle, welcome to the PODCAST. Hey Daniel Hey. So, yeah, we have our done your old our Danielle neighbor, our neighbor done yell here with us. She didn't have to come far. She lives like six feet away from us. And this is going to be good. It's an interview. It's also like some prep and training for when you do your podcast. Yes, we're starting it soon. It's it's actually happening. Tell us about it. What's going to be called? It's going to be called D best life and very good. Basically, just how...

...to live your best life when you are drowning and everything else. So you figuring out balance. We have a family of five boys and that takes a lot of practice, juggling things and while we have a lot of positives, we have a lot of negatives, and it's sorting it out and how how to use that to live your best life. So just being real and using all of life's life's lessons to live dub best life. Yep, I like it. Our side of the listen, it's good. We're just talking about how when we go to your house to we do the same thing. We don't go to like the sidewalk, we just cut across the rocks, like, Oh, it's so far to walk those extra steps to the sidewalk. We should put papers in. That would make it easier. Then we could go barefoot. Yeah, I have gone barefoot and then I have had to use the sidewalk and it's the word way in Conto far and we're talking in extra what like fifty feet to use the sidewalk, right, but still. Yeah, when it's thirty eleven, thirty twelve o'clock at night and we've didn't just finished around of teach you, no one wants to walk that extra fifty feet. EXACTIG deal. It doesn't help. But there's like a perfect trail in between up two trees. That would be perfect. It's ideal. Yeah, between our house. Yeah, we play teach you a lot with these guys late at night, just like somebody'll text, Oh yep for teacher, let's do it, and it's like always girls against boys and I feel like we win every time. The girls win, right, every time. I remember it. Maybe not that. I don't know. I don't know. I don't know about that, but it is like a it's like a teach you booty call. It is what it is. I love it. We've also talked. I've spoken with your husband Brent. Did you notice how I emphasize the Nti the Brent. Yes, because he gets that a lot. Like, how cool would it be to put a gate in between the two back yards? That would be so nice. Then you could actually send your dogs over for gg to play with in our backyard. Yeah, well, interesting. Interesting enough, your daughter Addie actually saved fin in the backyard, like in the back of the park just yesterday. Really fingered out how to get he jumps through the fence. He can fit through the fence and there's a couple spots where the chicken wire isn't okay and he knows those spots. He knows where they are, and so we keep fixing them, but he keeps finding other little holes that he can get out of and he just goes and on adventures. It doesn't help that our other neighbors have dogs and I think he's trying to get to them. So so him in the park. Yeah, and grabbed him. Wow. Now Finn is one of the forever puppies that we've referred to in previous episodes. Right, they've one of twos before. Yes, they are very charges aresessed with them. They're cute. Okay, so I have awkwardly personal question for you. Cole, just finished a big bowl of sugar cereal. So here's what's funny, because I just...

...walked into the office here and I was like, I just downed a whole bunch of starburst. You're going to say cereal, and you totally and blew my mind and high starburst previously to me downing the starburst. I also down to a huge bowl of cold cereal, huge ball. I thought you're going to admit what kind it was and then you did. I will, I will once she its. Let's hear your awkwardly personal question. What is your guilty pleasure? SUGAR CEREAL? And do you eat it at ten pm like we do? Usually not at ten PM. I'm judging you right now. No, I judging us. That's a good thing that I sugar cereal ATM to clarify, milk is kind of hit her miss with my stomach. Okay, so I find that later at night it's harder for my stomach to digest dairy products. Okay, sometimes I have to skip that worth cream too, and I have to decide whether or not I'm going to go for a bowl cereal. I have done it before, but when you brought it up earlier. The type of cereal. I didn't even have to think because I love lucky charms. Oh, interesting. Yeah, do you prefer lucky charms ten years ago or lucky charms now? They've changed. The recipe is different. I feel like. I do feel like it. It has definitely changed and I'm sure it's probably because of health codes and how we're all trying to get away from, you know, non Gmo and all those things. I don't think it tastes as good because there's not cham yes, like delicious gm it's like a little waxier or something like. There's something with it. Either way. Our kids still only eat the marshmallow out of it. Yes, ten years ago they would have only eaten the marshmallows and today they correct the marshalls. Even if we by chocolate lucky charms, these chocolate lucky charms, they leave the chocolate stuff. Yeah, I like marshmallows only it's so odd. Yeah, we can't buy that because and our kids, our kids, most of our kids, don't even drink or don't even eat cold cereal with milk, which is yeah, they like it dry. What's the point? is so weird. Anyway, what was your guilty as? We can put in a baggy and send it with your cold cereal of choice. Like guilty pleasure? Really like lucky charms, like if there are four cereals in the cupboard and one's lucky charms, that's the one I'm going to choose a hundred percent. But oat male squares, which are not like that's not a guilty pleasure. It's like a really good one. That with a frosted one. Oh, this is gross, but I really like the reese's pieces, peanut Butter Cup. Yeah, those are really waxing guys. Are Gross Delicious. Those are Brent's favorite. So the the OAT mill squares, no, they're not. They're not frosted. They're just like quicker. It's almost like and stale, like without milk. Yes, those are good snacking cereal. Yeah, they're just there's like five bucks for a tiny box. My guilty pleasure the one that I ate just fifteen minutes ago. What was it? Cinnamon toastcratch. So that's a close. So sugary. So cinnamon cinnamony, so sugary. It's yeah, you can, you can eat that one all you want.

All the kids. I rarely eat. It was a guilty pleasure. Yeah, for sure. Okay, so we're going to introduce you with some questions making some assumptions about you. Okay, and these are things that I feel like I should know about you, but I can't think of the answers to any of them. You grew up in Colorado? MAYBE UTAH? Okay, we're at in Salt Lake County and draper's Jordan. Gotcha. I did know you went to University of Utah, so I probably should have been able to guess that, but I knew. I knew. She growled new. Good thing. I'm coming to the cold. Knows these things better than I do. Your first job was as a signed whirler on the corner. Please don't know. I feel like you would have been a good science where, though, because you've got the cheerleading skills. I would have been great at that. I missed my calling, I actually had. I was a hostess at a restaurant for like two weeks, Oh wow, and then after that I coached gymnastics. So what restaurant it? Actually, I don't even remember the name of it. It was hooters, wasn't it? Remember they hired me when I was, you know, fifteen. Yeah, I think that's illegal. But no, my cousin was a manager and it was a small, little like a diner or something. Yeah, and it was really far from my house, but I thought it would be fine and after driving there for two weeks I was like Nope, I can't do this anymore. And then I didn't really like doing it anyway. So when you're coaching gymnastics, that, yeah, amazing. Yeah, job for a kid. Yeah, I loved it. Yeah, man, that's awesome. So the two weeks at a restaurant, I've got to follow up. there. Two weeks at a restaurant. Did you put that on your resume when you applied for the next job or like your application? No, I with coaching gymnastics since I was in cheer and you were known. I yeah, the cheer world is kind of small, and so I didn't even really have to apply to the coach gymnastics. I just was kind of probing what this job like. I want a job and do you have one? In they're like sure, nice start to work as well, so worked out well. All Right, here's my last one. I think that your high school crush was Justin Timber Lake. I do. Yes, that that is true. I really Ta. Okay, so in high school, was that like top Ramin Hair Justin Timber Lake? Well, no, wrong, that wasn't it. You know what I'm talking about. I know exactly we're talking about. That was like seven year old me. Okay, the insane, well, propit, top ramen there and then sexy back Justin. Was My high school? Okay, all right, I actually went to that concert with Brent. That was our first concert that we went to together when we were sixteen. So very nice. Think that might be the first time I've ever gotten one of those right, like actually right, like any question that I've ever guessed about. I maybe I think I feel like you got one. Were right before, right,...

...and I said video from Miami Florida. That's the yes, yes, instead of Miami Globe. When I listened to that in my pat was amazing. From Miami, like Globe, Miami Florida, from Florida. She's like no, okay. So we asked Daniel to come today because that we want to talk about parties, like party planning and throwing parties for kids, and Danielle's like the ultimate party planner. Like that could be your they are always having parties and it like good parties, amazing costume party like great parties. In fact, the first time we met you guys, I guess we had kind of met, but when we really got to know you was at a party that you threw, a block party for like the whole neighborhood, that Christmas block party that we did right, and I remember being like blown away because they were like every detail you had thought of. There were these little chalkboard signs that were like this beautiful, you know, script written for everything, for like the hot Coco Bar and this moores and there was all this and I had brought like a side for the barbecue and I'm like, Oh man, that was a great thing. Are The great thing about the parties that they throw for adults and for kids, like when you throw a birthday party for a kid, like all the adults are welcome, and I remember we actually went to a party before that one, when they first moved in. They had a birthday party, I think, for your oldest like a pirate crew same, yea cruise and I think I feel like we just sent penelope over because we didn't know and then when we went to pick penelope up. It was like all the adults there's like, oh my gosh, we so missed out on this amazing party. I remember penelope. She was so funny because she was the only one there that she didn't really know anyone and she kept asking me if she could go home and ask you things, and she'd be like can I have a soda and I like yeah, of course, there's like, you know, Cooler full of Soda's and she'd be like, okay, can I go ask my mom? That's hilarious. So she'd go, then she come back. Good, good girl, penelope, good girl. That's for that. But that's open elope, that's a door mom. So yeah, I my question is, of all the parties you've thrown, like what's your favorite? There been some epic ones, so I feel like this is going to be hard to choose. It is really hard. I try to go bigger every single party that I throw, but some of my all time favorites was definitely cruises fifth birthday party. We did a rock and roll birthday party and so I had a big red carpet and every one had VIP badges so they had to come and check in with their family and then I have a big banner that said cruises, rock and fifth birthday, and you got my grandma, who loves to take pictures, was out there like being the Paparazzi, and so everyone had to get their pictures taken. That's a perfect role for your ground. No, that's awesome best. And then...

Tony, Brent's dad built a stage in the backyard and we had Brent's little brother singing and play like guitar and do an actual concept in the kids and it. We had a big and then we had him start happy birthday, like singing happy birthday and we brought out a good guitar cake that I made that shape of guitar. So that one was pretty epic. And you how long? How long did it take to plan all of that and prep all of that? I plan my parties almost like years in advance. I have a few parties like in my back pocket and it's like cruises birthday party that I think I'm going to finally pull the trigger and do this year for his twelve birthday. I've been planning for like four years. Wow. So it kind of just depends, but I can just whip together a party like things I'm just putting it together. I mean his birthdays on the thirty this month and I haven't really thought it out yet because it's not I do a big party for every single one of my kids birthdays, but it's not like one of those big years. So like five hundred and ten. You know, thirteen will probably be big, but I just I'm throwing it together, but I think it will still be good. Did you have a party every year growing up as a kid? I did have birthday parties every year, they weren't nearly to this skill. Yeah, I don't. I love planning parties. I, like Aubrey said, I would love actually to be a party planner if I lived somewhere, you know, where the market was prime for it. Yeah, feel like Gilbert Arizona is, but I I don't know, like I don't even know where it came from. I just love it so much and it's high priority to me to make their birthdays special. That's awesome, and not just birthdays like that's amazing. You've done all these amazing birthday parties, but like the ones we've been to. Yeah, game of thrones premiere parties like epic, and always everyone's like dressing up, getting really sorry about, doesn't your Saint Patrick's state party, Halloween parties, but then, yeah, the birthday parties, the little the Winnie the Pooh on that you did for the Times. I loved that. was like every detail. These like amazing handmade sugar cookies, of like the honey pot and the bee hive, like bees nest almost aid the behind, and just like every like you had that cool balloon. are just like every detail. It's so it's I think I appreciate it, especially because I do not have that skill and I do not have that like. My brain just doesn't go there. I'm not creative about the little details. I think I'm like I guess me to sit bounce you true. So it's impressive. And the tie, I like. How much time would you say? You could take a guess for your hours that you put in for a party like that. What do you think? How long does it take? I've gotten really good at it. So I mean it would probably take me a lot less time than I would take the average person. I think you were going to say me right. You...

...say take me a lot less time than like and like, I don't know, say Aubrey. You're not wrong, and I do have a really great support system. So, like my mom and my grandma and and especially my husband and even my kids, they know that when it's Party Day, it's like it's serious business getting these parties done. But it does take me hours to prep because, I mean, it's some of the things that I could go and buy, but a lot of times I'm already spending hundreds of dollars on things. So I end up making them myself, because you could go and buy a blue arch, but I handmake that, like I put that all together. I make the cakes. I did buy the sugar cookies, but I've made them before in the past. Those sugar cookies. I felt so bad when my kids are they can have one. Can I have like no, like, let's just admire how beautiful these sugar kies are, and then they just destroyed them. Once they have it's art. It's art. Those fine did because cakes you have, like a honey pot cake, yeah, like they're smash key, yeah, right, which were really well, they looked like they were made at a bakery. So like, yes, just that and and that's you can save some money if you're able to at least make the cakes right, Yep, and I end up making a lot of like little things for cruises. Ten Birthday Party we had a cap it was called camp crews and we had all the boys come over and stay outside as like a camp and so I had all it was all like camp themed, I guess, like fiery and Smores, and I gave them water bottles that said camp crews on it. So I had to get all that vinyl made and put them on the water bottles and they got to take that home with a flashlight and so all that stuff. It just it takes a lot of time. Yeah, so I would say hours and hours for each party, but some parties that doesn't take that much. So yeah, unfortunately you've got a job that when things slowed down. No, I'm just kidding. She does all of it while she's working. It's fine, you will, don't admit anything. You never know who's going to listen to this podcast. So No, she does not. She does. She does it all on her spare time, kind of staring off and this, but you know she's thinking about next party and thinking of some good details for it. I'm they all know. Yeah, they know they've been invited. Yeah, they show up to them all. Yeah, I know that's the other thing that's really fun is when we go and even if it's like one of the kids parties, you know, there's like all these really fun adults. They're like it's lots of people to talk to, Fun Games, like there's they're always fun for every age, I feel like, which is not easy to do. Like most parties, it's fun for the kids or it's fun for the adults, and I think you're able to do both. Yeah, is that intentional or is it just kind of yeah, yeah, I like to have the adults stay, and I think you guys know this about me and Brent. We're very inclusive and we love meeting New People. That's why we have a pretty good circle. But when we started doing it, I mean we're young for how old cruises, I guess it was kind of hard because we'd have...

...these people stay and we didn't feel like we connected on them. So and we realize that they would stay. So it became more of a party for everyone for me, and so I was like, okay, I know that these adults are going to stay, I need to make sure that they have drinks or like these are the adult food and this was the kid feud and kind of things for them to do too, and it's also more fun for me. So well, it makes it makes planning and prep even that much more difficult, right. It's like you're planning two parties in one's. People do it for both adults and kids. Yeah, for sure. Okay. Well, we're going to play a game. Okay, and I really loved we played recently with some friends on here at the newly wed game, and so I want to do that. Can we have Brent come over walk across the path? He said that he might only be able to do it by phone. Okay, that might have to call him to colamps. Let's do it. See if he answers. I don't know where my phone is. See, this is like real life podcasting right here. That's your phone. Yeah, and I need this one because I have the questions here. Do you someone call my phone? Yeah, you call someone, call my hair. It's probably downstairs next to the back of starburst. Yeah, it is. Hold up tears. Hi. Are you ready to play a game with us? Yeah, I'd like to play a game. That was supposed to be a combination of like Jigsaw, but it turned into Batman, a game just point point the like Microvia, just that. Yeah, okay, we're in play the new lag by game. First questions are for the girls and then Brent can tell if you're right or not right. So how often does he shave? Not Enough enough. So what you're saying? You said you're saying that you like him to shave more than he does. He I we had this conversation in the car. Actually, crus was like how did he even bring it up? He said something about a sexy beard, if dad has his sexy beard or his crazy beard, and I was like yeah, and Brent's like, he's like is his sex his beard sexy right now? And I looked at him and I was like, I think it's on the border of okay, crazy. I don't know. I would say you probably shave like once a week. I don't know. Okay, and then I'm going to answer and then you can both tell us if we're right. And sure, I think it's once a week. That's my guess. Okay, I think that you shave on the day, actually, once every two weeks day when the cleaners are coming and you used to near leg they can clean up the sink. You'll do a little bit, but like not really well, that's totally so. That's totally right. I plan when I do a big trim and shave, it's the morning that I know the cleaners are going to come clean the and we so the de grief in us we have. We use the same cleaner and I plan it. So what is it?...

Every other Monday morning I'm like making a mess with all the whiskers in the sink, knowing that well, instant cleans coming gonna come and take care of that. Would you shave every week? Oh, I do it every week. Yeah, but I just don't want to. It's kind of real hard to clean up. No brands after clean up as the worst Brett. What about you? What was your answer? Probably every other week too. I try to go as long as I possible until Danielle says she would hold something from me if I don't shave. So so, Brett, I'm threaten him. I'm with you. Brand, I think. I think the crazy beard is the sexy beard. Just going to throw that out there. Okay, here's our second question. What brand is the soap he uses in the shower? Oh No, Um, it kind of depends. A lot of times I'm the one who purchase it purchases it, so you'd think you would know. I would think I would know. Is it the same one every time, or does it you just get whatever whatever smells good. Yeah, last time it was from bath and body works and I don't know. I guess sometimes you do show up with some new kinds from like target. Maybe I don't acts. Okay, ever, never have you bought it for the boys? Okay, I'll answer and then you guys give you answers. I think it's dial what you've used more lately, but I was just thinking I have no idea what like the scent would be. I think it's called it dial man smell. I bent. I'll let you answer this one first. Right right now. Is that bad bed bath and beyond or whatever? When you have that's like the Rosemary and like orange one. I really like that one right now. But that or would say the doctor. I don't know what it is doctor whatever. There's like the mint or Lavender, I mean know it's the mint one. That like peppermint one. You're bathing with toothpaste. That sound really fancy compared to coles man smell dials. You get it from sprouts. Oh Yeah, teach ree oil teacher teach re oil. That's like the lacer repellent. Yeah, it's and it's like watery. It's more like concentrate than it is. Yeah, it's my Gosh, I can't think of what it's called, but it's really good. So the one that I use on a regular basis yet it's the dial man smell, which makes me sound so basic because, I mean it's just dial I get it at target and it smells good enough. I used to do like the old spices and all that, but like it's all just hi to do. There is one that I really like from bath and body works. I think it's called teak wood. Have you have used that one, Brent? It''s pretty good. I'd recommend it. But yeah, they're so expensive there, unless you go on...

...a sale day or discount day. It's I'm sticking with dial man smell. I think that we got both of those right. We did, because did you get both of yours for General Mans? Know you could. You said one week. Yeah, but I did get it right because I said not enough. We'll give you a half point that for that. So we're still ahead two to one and a half ago one. Yeah, because I think you picked like the kids soap, right. Yeah, they're like, oh, maybe that's for the boys. Okay, the boys questions for the boys. What is her favorite piece of jewelry? Brent, you want to answer first? I would say probably her Pearl ear rings. Is probably when she goes back her go to it, when she wears them. All right, well, what do you think? For you, I think it's going to be those Alexananni bracelets. Correct. Yeah, I do think that the Pearl ear rings are definitely outside of my wedding ring, the number one choice, which my most savored I count. That is the correct answer, because I was going to say wedding, but that's like a given, right. Yeah, I probably should have said besides her wedding side, the wedding right, always the favorite. What you'd hope. Okay, second question. What is her least Favorite Household Chore? Laundry. All right, without a doubt. He's sure about there are just so many chores that Aubrey hates doing. That is accurate. You know, I hate them. What does? Yeah, all of the above. I would say cleaning toilets. It's probably the least. Not what I thought of, but it probably should have been, because that is I'm actually clean the toilet. I know you better than you NTER's you. You do it a couple times a week, I think, and then, yeah, I'm just like, yeah, that's getting taken care of. So what was the toilet? WELSE? I didn't think about that. Washing dishes. I hate washing the dishes, especially if I've, like if I have made dinner. Luckily, usually when I make dinner cold as the dishes, because to do both, there's something about doing both. It's just the worst. Like I should never have to cook. And you know, you also hate to clean up after as you're making dinner. You just leave. She leaves them mess out right. She uses the exter, the blender. Aware of this is that if I start cooking when the kitchens dirty, oh you got to start with the clean. Chris some crazy he's like yeah, I don't, you like clean the kitchen before you start cooking. It just doesn't bother me. Sometimes she'll she'll ask what I want for dinner and I'm like, I don't know, something that you don't have to use the blender for, because I know I'm gonna have to watch it. I just don't feel like clean. All right. So what was what was the DEGREEF's answer? Oh, for sure, laundry, laundry, but I mean you would have been correct if you said none. With the above, there's a reason why we pay for cleaners to come to our house. Yeah, besides...

...the fact that we have five kids and we have no time because we both work full time. But yeah, it's like I'd rather work full time than be home and clean my house. Look, it took like all day. Yeah, no, it's worth it, it's so worth it, but I hate laundry. I hate it so much. I don't mind like doing the laundry, putting it in is fine, or even folding laundry, but I hate putting it away. And it will sit on our bed forever until bren yeah, freaks out and it could send it with the kids because they're just gonna like throw it back in the hamper or on the floor. Yeah, I don't trust them to put it in their drawers. By the way, I did two loads of laundry today. Thanks, Ban appreciate it. Yours just sitting folded on your side of the bed. Actually put it away. Oh, look at you. Part of it I just set on my shelf in the closet like that's that's good enough, as long as it's not on the bed, it's in the closet. Yeah, well, thanks for joining us for the newly wed game. But yeah, thanks, great game, brant. I think we I think we tied and I really don't know what the score was. I didn't really pay attention this guy. I feel like it was tied because I didn't get that last one. Call it a tie. Yeah, that feels good. Well, here's what we do. Will we'll make it a tie breaker the next time we play. Teach you that determines the true winner. So we are the wards that that means the guys win. You guys always win. No, I don't know about that. Great Games, yes, not how I remember it. Fact, there are times that will play in Brent and I will be up like six hundred points to his negative two hundred. Happen One time? HMM, I really don't remember. I immediately after a game is over, I don't remember who won or lost or who's won. Like I feel like I win everything because, yeah, yes, can meanie. It's better that way. I just forget that way. You keep you that way. You want to play again. I'm really to play again. Know and I appreciate that. To write. If you remembered how badly we beat you in this game every single time, you wouldn't want to play it for anymore. So I'll give you that. I'll give you that funny. Thanks for joining us, guys. I have you on the podcast. We'll see you next later.

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