So even though it was still October when the kids went the first time part of the door give away was the first so many fans through the door got mustaches for No Shave November.
Oh dear! Thank goodness we are blondes!
Since their first game Sarah has randomly told people about going to the hockey game. It is seriously out of no where. In January we were picking up the baby sitter and Sarah from the back seat starts talking about the big men she saw with big hats hitting each other. That's her description for hockey. I think the baby sitter and I were talking about Lord of the Rings because Chris and I were heading out to see The Hobbit. I'm telling you it's random. Other times she'll talk about it when Cody is wearing his onesie with ice skates on it that his Aunt Melissa got him (hockey family).
So last week when Grandma Schwartz called to ask if they could take Sarah and Cody to the hockey game I was pretty excited for them. However, I didn't want to hear about it for the rest of the week so I waited until it was time to get packed and ready to go to grandma and grandpa's to tell Sarah. As I was getting Cody dressed in the ice skate onesie I said to Sarah, "I wish you had a hockey shirt. I'm sorry I don't have one for you." Then she proceeded to tell me, "Grandpa has a hockey shirt. It's green and it has a turtle on it. And the turtle has a stick." My mouth dropped. She has not seen anything Riverking related in our house and I would guess hasn't seen anything Riverking related since that last time she went to the game in October! I couldn't believe she remembered all that detail. Since I mentioned that to Grandma I guess she thought Sarah needed her own hockey shirt so they picked one up for her at the game. So now she can wear her pink Riverkings shirt next time they go to the hockey game.
Sarah meeting the Riverthing.