(In case you missed it…) Alabama was in the National Championship game Monday night, and Noah and I (with his parents) were VERY lucky to get to go to New Orleans for the past few days for all of the fun! We had a blast on what is probably our last trip before baby! 🙂
Noah’s parents live in Hattiesburg, which is about an hour and a half from New Orleans. So we stayed there with them Friday night and Saturday. We definitely got some shopping and eating done…probably more than we should have. 🙂 Then, Sunday, we headed to New Orleans!
We were standing by the team buses in front of the team hotel. I have no idea when they came out, but there was a crowd, so we didn’t stay to see them. But there were like 4 buses that looked like this!
And no, several have asked…we didn’t go to the game. The plan was to go if ticket prices got reasonable Monday, which they didn’t – as of like 3:00 that afternoon, the cheapest we could find was around $1000 per ticket. I’m sorry, but I could NOT pay $2000 for a football game when I’m 7 months pregnant (or anytime, for that matter). But we did go to the Superdome Monday for all of the events going on! It was a lot of fun!
You can see how much of the crowd was LSU in this picture…it was A LOT! But I must say that everybody was incredibly nice to each other, with the exception of a few bad apples. Everybody was kind of having fun with one another, but not taking it too far or getting in a fight…it was great!
This was where they were doing ESPN broadcasts!
So we ended up watching the game at our hotel. There were a lot of fans in the lobby, so we had a good crowd to watch it with…and I got to eat this instead of crummy stadium food during the game…
…so I was a little happier with this decision. 🙂
It was SUCH a fun weekend, but I do believe that’ll be our last big trip…my doctor told me no big travel after about 34 weeks. And I got ALL of the walking I ever want to do at 7 months pregnant out of my system – I am so sore today!
Oh, and Roll Tide!!! 🙂
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