|(Selfie with Leah)|
We packed up early and headed to the city. We parked down the street and walked up the ball park. It was great seeing Leah's face as we approached the park. Charity had the best idea as we walked up; she suggested we enter the ballpark dugout to get our girls Panda hats (she's a genius). We found them right away and also found out we could enter the park right there. After cutting through the massive crowds we finally found our seats.
Sitting this close to the action was a huge blessing for us; it kept the girls engaged a little more than sitting in the nose bleeds. The first two innings were the most exciting. Tores hit a home run that went over the fence in right field and the crowd went ballistic! I grabbed Leah (who was sitting on my lap) and started cheering with her held high in the air; needless to say she loved every second of that.
|(Charity and Leah drinking hot chocolate)|
I'm convinced that spending time, like this, with my family is one of the best investments I can make into them. I'm not trying to advocate for me to take them to more sporting events but I'm trying to remind myself about how excited they were. I'm trying to remind myself that getting time with my family, like this, is a huge investment to show them how much I care about them and how important they are to me!
Love you family.