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Little man and I had box seats Saturday night for the UNC vs. UConn game and we had a blast. He got to pet the ram, play one of the band member's drums and we sat right behind Woody Durham during the game! It was so cool. I'm trying my best to make him a TarHeel since hubby is a Dukie. I think he's officially spoiled for life. Does it get any better than this?


  1. how cute! looks like yall had so much fun!

  2. Adorable!!! I LOVE your header! Did you make it yourself?

  3. Better watch yourself! We sometimes have box seats to the Tampa Bay Bucs games and have taken my 4 year old daughter. This summer, she told me that she couldn't wait to go back to a Bucs game and sit in the little house with all of the TV's and cookies. "Its so cute!". We've created a monster! :-)

  4. My die hard UNC alum husband will be so jealous when I tell him! We were flying back from CA on Saturday and, luckily, were able to find a place to watch the first half while waiting for our flight out of DFW. We'll be there for the Boston College game and I really hope the outcome is the same. Love the pics!

  5. What a neat opportunity! It looks like y'all had so much fun! What a cutie!!!

  6. Very sweet!
    By the way a little something passed on to you from my blog.


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