Kristin Cavallari Gives Birth! Former Hills Star Welcomes Baby No. 3 With …

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Baffoe: Bears More Disappointing Than Angering.

“S—t, they came down with a plan to run the ball down our throats and they ran the ball down our throats,” McPhee said after a 17-15 loss to the Denver Broncos on Sunday.By Heidi Parker – : 17:13 EST, 23 Nov. 2015 | Up to date: 17:21 EST, 23 Nov. 2015 Kristin Cavallari is a brand new mother again.On Mon. the 28-year-old Hills vet formally announced she’d given birth to her daughter with an INSTAGRAM post the featured a pink frock & the imprints of her child’s ft..’Saylor James Cutler was born today at 1:32pm,’ the blonde beauty wrote within the caption.The Hills alum, 28, and her Chicago Bears quarterback husband, 32, welcomed their third child – daughter Saylor James Cutler – on Monday (November 23), she announced via Instagram. Even though I don’t have children (you’re welcome, America), I find myself in dad mode following that game: I’m not so much angry as I am disappointed.

Though it’s unlikely to make headlines, I too am not ashamed to say that therapy has been critical for my marriage, a marriage that turns 10 this month, by the way (hold your applause, please). The truth show star wore a gray shirt in that read ‘Preggers.”Even my preggers shirt is just too small,’ she captioned the lovable photo, which was taken by her two-year-old son Camden Cutler.

It wasn’t until Brock Osweiler was named the starting quarterback over the injured Peyton Manning mixed with the Kool-Aid of the Bears winning two straight road games prior that the mindset shifted to that of actually winning. I owe so much to my babies…they’ve modified me in so some ways for the higher,’ she wrote.’I speak about my journey to mommy-hood, my pregnancies, and the way these little guys have made me who I’m today in #BalancingInHeels,’ she went on. … Of course the failed two-point conversion that would have tied the game with less than a minute left is the biggest of them. “Yeah if you pay attention to what we do, we have a lot of (options) in our offense in every single down, not just two-point plays,” coach John Fox said. “Sometimes we execute. Sometimes we don’t.” I’m not sure if that’s more Nietzschean or Jungian duality from Fox there, but it’s a solid encapsulation of the season as we look at it Monday morning. It was also about hoping for lots of losses and the best possible draft position for the best chance of Ryan Pace repairing a dilapidated infrastructure left by former general manager Phil Emery.

Special teams was … really bad actually, but the Bears looked like an actual football team — or at least a potential contender in a bad overall product that is this year’s NFL. I have no idea what’s happening in Cavallari and Cutler’s marriage, but I’m happy such a notable Chicago couple is preaching the powers of therapy. Which, considering the preseason expectations, would be OK if not for the Bears now being sucked into the gravitational field of the giant garbage collective of mediocrity — the 8-8s, the 7-9s, the draft pick in the teens. Then we could debate the quarterback draft class or some defensive freak of nature from the SEC while kind of watching December games while cleaning the house or preparing a big Sunday dinner. Tim Baffoe attended the University of Iowa before earning his degree from Governors State University and began blogging at The Score after winning the 2011 Pepsi Max Score Search.

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