More than one household has been divided on the Sunday of a Bears vs. Packers game.
The teams have been squaring off for over nine decades, but this Sunday, the stakes were a little higher for one Green Bay family and their 4-year old son whose loyalties were a gametime decision.
The Clevelend house is a house divided.
"I grew up a Packers fan," says Sean Clevelend.
Sean bleeds green and gold, but his wife Kristina is a lifelong Bears fan.
"Grew up in Chicago, so that's the way to live," she says.
Come rivalry week, it doesn't take long for the trash talk to start flying.
"We kinda know once Monday hits, we are going to start giving each other a hard time right off the bat, so little things here and there just to kindof get under each others skin, but it is all in good fun," says Sean.
By Sunday morning, it is at a fever pitch.
"I got out of the shower to have messages written all over the bathroom mirrors about the Packers going to win, the Bears will always suck," says Kristina.
At the center of it all is their 4-year old son Kadin. He's wearing a Packers shirt, but that is only because the dog is wearing his Bears jersey. His parents say the decision on who to root for this Sunday is up to him.
Kadin decided to root for the Bears in the first half and the Packers in the 2nd. His dad is o.k. with that, but does have some ground rules for the future.
"I don't care if he is not a Packers fan when he grows up, just as long as he's not a Bears, Vikings, Lions or Cowboys fan. That's all I care about," says Sean.