This past Saturday, Virginia Tech had their customary Spring Game. It's nothing more than a scrimmage of all the VT players, but it's open (and free) to the public and it's always been a big deal. The die-hard Hokie football fans (all 40,000 that showed up) get to watch their beloved Hokies play some football and also get to scope out how well the players look. Anyway, we always try to go to this game, and this year we got to take Raegan. It only lasts about an hour and a half, so it's the perfect "tryout" to see if she would like to actually go to some of the games in the fall (where we would have to pay for her ticket). We were worried that she would get bored, or hot, or squirmy, or just plain tired (seeing as it was at 2:00 which is normally nap time). Much to our surprise, Raegan LOVED everything about it. She didn't really watch the game, but loved when the crowd cheered or when the band would strike up and play a song. The atmosphere is contagious, and we all had a really good time. We only needed one snow cone break even though temperatures soared around 85 degrees! Thankfully, our SPF 30 was enough to keep us all from getting burned.She took a time out from waving her pom-pom to say cheese.
She really got into cheering the Hokies on :)
She looked really cute, even though she wasn't in Hokie gear.