|The boys running up to the front entrance. Best to burn some energy before entering a museum.|
|Nick's favorite part of the display, the replica of Lucas Oil.|
|Photo credit: Nicholas Smith|
|Photo credit: Blake Smith|
I was glad to see there was an interactive floor for the kids and we stayed an additional 30 minutes. Blake loved it, Nick liked it, and Lexi's nap had been cut short, but was still pretty darn good.
|In the stagecoach|
|She wasn't impressed.|
Nicholas and I had been counting down to today since before Thanksgiving. Nick has really gotten into football and I love having someone to watch it with on Sundays. Our Sunday routines have become the highlight of my week: Church, grocery, lunch, 1:00 football, 4:00 football, 8:30 football. Have I mentioned the indentation on my couch? I had hinted at the fact that I wanted to take Nicholas to a football game. Jason was fine with staying home with Alexis and Blake, so along with my aunt and uncle, we got tickets for the Colts game today. Sadly, our advent calendar has taken a back seat. The countdown has solely been for today's game. Nick and Blake and Jason have all been to Lucas Oil Stadium to attend Monster Jam. I would never be so desparate to see Lucas Oil Stadium that I would attend Monster Jam. N.E.V.E.R. And I don't like to say never. Ever. Today was my first time at Lucas Oil, and Nick and my first ever Colts game.
|Photo credit: really nice dude at our table|
|Not sure what's up with Nick's expression, but he can say he's had his picture taken with Adam Vinatieri, #4.|
That's Vinatieri, mid-kick, during the pre-game warm up.
|This is a view of Lucas Oil Stadium from the nose-bleed section, 5 rows from the top.|
The Colts won, of course. Nick thinks that his lucky #4 jersey is why they won. I think it was my blue nail polish.
Let Advent Commence!