Oh this place that good 'ol Jerry built is grand and to sum up my reaction when we first walked in - WOW. First, let me begin by saying that the mister, kids and I visited Cowboys Stadium for the very first time on November 4-5, 2011 for a Scout Sleepover and Rally Day. Personally, I have never been to a Dallas Cowboys football game. I have whined plenty about never going to one but I have yet to attend an actual game. Still waiting to go to a game. Waiting, waiting, waiting. Until then, I continue to watch them from my 'ol tube. Okay, enough about moi on to the real stuff. My son is a Cub Scout and Cowboys Stadium was having their second annual Scout Sleepover. Sleepover as in all Scouts and their guests got to sleep on the field. My boy and the mister were over the moon excited! Here is all that they go to do on Friday night.
- Guided Tour of Cowboys Stadium
- Movie (Despicable Me) on the HD Video Board & popcorn
- Football drills on the field
- Fitness activities lead by NIKE Fit Club
- Dinner and a light breakfast
- Commemorative photo
- Scout patch for the brag vest
While the mister and our boy were having their fun filled evening inside Jerry's place, my girl had quite the meltdown because she wanted to join in on the fun. I had already made previous plans to stay with my cousin until we joined them the following morning. So what did I do to cheer her up? I took her over to the pro shop after saying our goodbyes in hopes of finding something pink in the kids section. Well duh how could I forget about a cheerleader unfiorm? I found a supa dupa cute DCC uniform with pom poms and she was once again a happy little princess. I too was giddy and could not wait to put it on her the next morning.
I suited her up and she was too adorbs. See for ya self. The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders were very, very nice and professional. One of the reasons they are the best! :)
A good day was had by all at Cowboys Stadium. We had fun playing and running around the field. I can actually say that I got to play catch with my boy on the same field Tony Romo throws touchdown passes. I think that is what my husband enjoyed the most- playing football with our son in Cowboys Stadium. Too cool. I was impressed with that big-o facility and the entire staff was Texas friendly and very professional. We were asked a few times if we were having a good time by different staff members. Oh yes, we will be back next year. Maybe my girl and I will camp out with the boys... um not! I heard it was a little chilly in there.
I love this last picture. The football player in front (my boy), followed by his number one fan and cheerleader (my girl) with the head coach (my hubby) behind them. Love! :)