Holding her ticket and ready to root for her team.
That is one big hat.
We arrived early because we wanted to check out the merchandise, especially a Rally Monkey.
Our monkey holding her Rally Monkey.
SS became an instant fan of the Rally Monkey, and made as much noise as she could to make him appear. People around us were surprised at how much noise her tiny body could produce. We did not have a problem letting SS scream, shout and spend as much energy as possible. Anything for the opportunity to have her go gentle into that good night sleep.
I became worried when at the top of the seventh inning the score was tied. I was done by the third inning and was dreading the game going into extra innings. Thankfully our team came through on the eight inning, and scored three runs for a 6-3 Halo win. As much as I'm not a baseball fan, I did have a good time just being there for another SS first. But also because this was something P wanted so much, and for so long. The smile on his face was worth the three and a half hours on that seat. Combined with SS's smiles and sense of wonder, it made for an unforgettable evening.