Saturday, February 03, 2007

Boys Night Out

The day has arrived that this Daddy has likely dreamed of since being told that his wife had just delivered him a son. Tonight that destiny is being fulfilled. The Vancouver Canucks are in town tonight and guess who scored the boys some tickets to the game? Yes! Super Mommy!

Daddy is estatic because his son has quicky developed into a fellow die hard Canuck fan, Kaelen is delirious because he gets to see his idol: Roberto Luongo ... and Mommy? Well, perhaps there is a tiny bit of envy going on right now because I am going to be missing out on their joy tonight, yet there is that other part of me that is excited: the house is ALL MINE!! A warm bath is drawing as we speak, a new novel is about to be cracked while the TV has been manuevered into the bathroom to air the hockey game .... you know .... just in case my boys happen to get panned on TV. I wonder if they thought ahead to make those "Hi Mom" signs ...... likely not.

Can't you just see their excitement? Too bad pictures couldn't be taken of them unknowingly tonight.




6 comments:

Jenn said...

How fun for your boys! We are watching the game right now, your Canucks are winning, but I'm hoping for that to change pretty soon....

Jenn

goofball said...

Go Canucks! Go Canucks ;)

sari said...

When Eight was little, I had season seats for the Coyotes. We used to go, it was so fun!

I hope you all had a great night!

Adventures In Babywearing said...

Precious! You are super mommy! My men are pretty excited for the Super Bowl today... Go Bears!

kate said...

we're not at all a sports family, so i can't really relate. however, i DO relate to the home alone part (no mcculkin kid implied). i love it when hubby and kid do stuff together. ah. peaceful.

and, what the heck is a canuck? i'd have a hard time rooting for that team because the name is so damm funny.

Peanut Butter and Jelly Boats said...

The first of many! Pretty soon, the boys will be leaving the girls! You are so blessed to have a husband that is such a good daddy!