Last weekend was the big Texas A&M football game against Arkansas- held at the infamous Cowboys Stadium! (Last year, we had some VERRRRY special guests with us when we attended the game- the Goerlichs and McNultys!).
This year, we had some verrrry special guests as well! The quads were SO pumped up for their 1st Aggie Tailgate. They had been talking about the “Aggie Party” for weeks!
Joe, Ethan, Andrew, Savannah, Me, Ben
We walked the kids down a couple of blocks from our tailgating site to watch the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band march in. (Ben is beyond excited, can’t you tell?! ha. No really, he was!)
Savi lovin’ on the Reveille dog that her Daddy won her a while back. Sav was hoping to see Rev in person!
Ethan, Andrew, Ben, and Sav- waving to the band…aren’t they cute?!!!
Melt. My. Heart. This is how Savi and Benny watched the entire march in…hand in hand. PRECIOUS! These two love each other SO much.
There she is, Sav! There is Miss Reveille in all her glory! (Joe was trying to snap a quick pic while I was video-ing the entire march…must make a montage- the footage is priceless!)
Here comes the mounted cavalry! So cool.
…and back to the “Aggie Party” for some light refreshment (Thanks Uncle Lonnie for the ice cream!) Drew & Sav
Get it girl! (Sav LOVES her ice cream and sweets---a gal after my own heart)
Playing some football with Daddy (thanks for the pictures, Parker!)
Uncle Dan and Joe…crazy Ags!
Andrew’s turn at the bean bag toss
The quads getting’ some lovin’ from their favorite Venezuelan, Auntie V (and her precious baby girl who is growing in her belly!)
We walked the quads up to Cowboys Stadium one more time, to drop Dadda and the crew off at the game. (E, B, A, S) Notice the looks in the background?…always. Cracks me up because I never really notice it at the time.
I was able to meet up with one of my good friends from college! Halford was the first friend I made at Harding---he is hilarious. One of the funniest guys you will ever meet. It was SOOOO good to catch up, even if it was for like 5 minutes (and even if you were wearing that ugly hog shirt! LOL)
Go Hogs…errrrrr……Gig’ Em!
and the ride back to our tailgate…thank GOODNESS Daddy got us a “rickshaw”. I was naïve in thinking that I could walk all 4 tired and sweaty kids back by myself (2-3 blocks)! We do not have the energy/stamina of the McNulty quads! Ha. It would have been bad, baaad, baaaaaaaaad!
What was the score of the game, you ask?…
Ahh….its not important… We had a blast!