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RunLikeCrazy Post Race Party ‘Official Beer Supplier”

RunLikeCrazy Post Race Party ‘Official Beer Supplier”

Yes ladies and gentleman……you read it correctly…..Marathon 52 would not be complete without an official beer sponsor.

On behalf of everyone attending the post race party…..welcome Cricketers Arms Lager!

Does anyone doubt that Tristan deserves a beer at the end of all this? What better beer than Cricketers Arms Lager? Part owner of Cricketers Arms Lager Derham Moss, an experienced marathon runner, joined Tristan for marathon number 36 in Berlin this year (if you haven’t read the recent blog post, it’s a must!). So, this means free beer until it runs out. So, make sure you get to the post race party at 7pm sharp and enjoy a Cricketers Arms Lager.

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  1. Six Cricketers Please!!!!!

  2. Krista,Those muffin tin meals relaly are brilliant. I just need to buy another muffin tin so each of the kid can have one . I agree that parents decided very early what kids like without giving enough chances. Haaa it must be the part latino blood in my kids, because they could live off of beans. My kids will eat all fruits, but we do struggle with some veggies more. Okay I relaly am going to do the muffin tin meals. My kids would totally dig that.Shannon,Regarding throwing food it is totally normal. I wouldn’t stress about it too much. In fact, I think that one of the biggest things we can do is to make meal time enjoyable. If they can sense that you are stressed, it makes them want to eat even less. I think it would be awesome if we all shared kid friendly recipes!! Your sweet potato pancakes sound great. You could sneak a lot of things into a pancake!!Annalise,The tons of different meals going on can get complicated and exhausting. I bet that you and Rychen can come to a middle ground on how to eat almost the same things. Maybe he could eat what you all eat for dinner and then eat a little extra after the kids go to bed? Or you could plan the menu each week together so that there are foods that hopefully the whole family will like.Adrienne,Kids are so smart and there is definitely no way that Denver can hide his pickiness from them. You gave some great suggestions. I like the idea of not putting emotion behind food. I definitely can be an emotional eater. Also, thinking about nutrition on a weekly scale instead of daily is another great suggestion!!

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