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Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Love post #14



Tickets to see the Globetrotters: $78
Souvenirs for the boys: $70
Dinner & snacks: $50.25
Night out with the family: Priceless

Prince Charming & I surprised the boys with tickets to see the Harlem Globetrotters game last night. The 2 older boys found out what we were doing, but we all kept it a surprise from Bubby. I won't get into the problems we had before we got in the doors, but once we got in, we had a BLAST!

Waiting for the game to start...

C-Man (ever so popular) spotted a group of friends down on the floor, so he & Bubs headed down to hang out. They ended up staying there the entire game, they had FANTASTIC seats! I went back & forth between our good seats & down on the floor checking on them (ok, & getting better pics lol). It was definitely a long night for the Princess, but it was SO worth it. I'm not sure if the boys had more fun watching the game, or getting the autographs after of all the players. Not that it matters, the important thing is we went as a family & made some wonderful memories.

Here are just a few of the pics I snapped last night. Unfortunately, I didn't get many of Bonez, he took off with Dad to get autographs & well, let's just say, NOW Prince Charming knows how to take pics on HIS phone. Grrrr

C-Man getting his new shoe signed...

Bubby getting Big Easy to sign his new shoe...

Bonez & Big Easy...

The players were GREAT, very talkative & super fun with the kids. Here's my favorite pic of the entire night, this guy was a riot!

I love that we were able to take advantage of them being here in town & enjoy a great family night together.

4 comments:

mimi said...

AWESOME!!! What a cool experience for your boys!!! Way cute pics:)!

ArlaMo said...

What fun!! I saw them when I was a student at BYU. They were playing the Celtics (my dad's favorite team) in the Marriot Center. I went alone because none of my roomies were into basketball.

devri said...

So much more entertaining than a basketball game.. What a cool experience for them.

McKay Family said...

That's an awesome memory for them!