they don't really mix.
The first game we went to was a Wisconsin game. Our friends Kristin and Brendan came up to celebrate my birthday and go to a football game labor day weekend. I was only about 6.5 months pregnant. We enjoyed some Bloody Mary's (mine virgin, of course), some grilling and a beautiful day of hanging out with our great friends. While I was not super big yet, I still felt huge in the cramped seats. We had a ton of fun though!
Kris and B enjoying their bloodies.
I'll have you know that Schiewitz did not like bloody Mary's until I came around. :o)
We liked ours too!
B and Ange hanging out.
Kris and I. You can see my little preggo belly.
Love these guys!
At the game.
We went to the Iowa-PSU game back in October. As with the last Iowa-PSU game (see post here) we went to, the Hawks were awful.
Anyway, even though they lost horribly, we still had a great time! Andrew went to Iowa City on Friday night, while I rode in with friends on Saturday. I didn't think I would be able to make it 2 nights away, being 8 months pregnant.
We arrived Saturday morning and started tailgating right away. I stayed off my feet as much as I could, but did end up taking a nap in the car for over an hour. With it being a night game, it was a long day. It was, however, a beautiful day to tailgate.
We has a blast with our friends and did some sophisticated-real, adult tailgating. Here are some pictures from our trip.
The whole group.
Baby B is a good beer holder.
Janice and I.
Yay band and black and gold stripes!
The boys at the game--thanks Scottie for the great seats!
Ange and I.
While it was super fun, I would recommend not traveling past 30 weeks pregnant. Coming home we had a little scare-I didn't feel well, was nauseous, lethargic and overall feeling gross, but thanks to Janice for keeping us calm and taking care of me, we made it home safely after a long weekend!