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Meet the Heels

We headed out to Kenan Stadium in Chapel Hill Saturday afternoon to meet the UNC football team. It did rain a bit, but that didn't keep my boys from tossing the pigskin on the field. My little guy has got some skills, if I can brag a bit.

As some of you may know, hubs is a Duke fan, but he even picked out a carolina-blue golf hat to wear Saturday, such a good sport. At one point I snapped just a photo of the football on the actual field of the UNC TarHeels and I said, "ahhhhhhhhhh (in a reverence sort of tone, if you can imagine)...look at that." Hubs thinks I'm weird sometimes.

Also,I hate the skinny cheerleaders (and when I say hate I wish I had their cute little figures that look great in hardly anything, all while they are jumping up and down and nothing is jiggling where it shouldn't be). Just sayin.

GO HEELS!


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  1. Aw, glad you had a fun day! Your little man is so cute!

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  2. These photos are wonderful! Looks like you had a blast.

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  3. THESE ARE JUST WONDERFUL!! SO GLAD
    "HUBS" GOT TO GO. A

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  4. Great pictures!

    Don't you just love college football? I got all emotional watching a tribute video to UT football the other nightt!

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  5. Walker is one lucky little fella!! Glad the family outing was enjoyed by all!! And yes, Mike, is a real sport...of course Walker could get him to do just about anything!!!
    Mama

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  6. I love it! I went to cheer camp there and had a blast!! {Wish I was as skinny as those cheerleaders too-LOL}

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  7. Precious! Go Heels :) I drove through CH this weekend and so wished I was going back to school with all of the undergrads!

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  8. You have such a beautiful family!

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  9. Landon loves to tell me to STOP IT! Hate that.

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