No one won, I think it was a tie.
Let me back up.
Tonight was my first experience Trick-or-Treating with the toddler. It was a BLAST! I really thought I would be ok. I had no cravings for the candy until we came home and dumped it out.
Then it was
“Oh just one small piece of chocolate won’t kill me”
Which turned into
“One dot won’t kill me.”
All of a sudden, it became
“I already had one I might as well…”
What did I do to stop the insanity?
I made SOUP!
That’s right, soup. And why not? It’s low in points, it fills you up and it’s much better for you then candy.
I knew I wouldn’t stop eating so I decided to cut my loses and save the night with soup. Now I’m full and over my candy munch attack.
This candy is coming to school with me tomorrow!
|Morning Scale Reading: 142.5|
|smoothie made with lite flavored yogurt, banana and frozen strawberries and an english muffin with almond butter and low sugar jelly (both split with the toddler)||4|
|Crab Cake sandwich on a Whole Wheat Potato Roll with a side of||8|
|tiny bag of miniature kisses (candy given in class)||2|
|handful of corn chips||3|
|chinese take out – steamed chicken and mixed veggies with my homemade dipping sauce. (soy sauce, ground ginger, ground red pepper and a bit of sweetener)||4|
|Candy cave (estimate)||7|
|Progresso vegetarian vegetable soup||3|
|Daily Activity Log|
|just a trick-or-treat walk – does that count? ;~)|