ROC Daddy Got Us Special Tix

Posted by ROC Mummy on 12:13 PM in

TO's Tweeter Section

We arrived at the school where we rode the bus to training camp around 5:45. ROC baby loves riding the bus! He gets so excited and happily squeals, "Bus! Bus! Bus!" Everyone within hearing smiles and laughs. ROC baby sees the big kids at daycare ride off in the school bus in the mornings. It's one of the highlights of his room's day.

Once we arrived at training camp, the table that posed as the "box office" was right in front of the bus. Convenient. We made our way through the merchandise tent and to the special TO Tweeter section. We were one of the first to arrive. We sat right up front. There was a die-hard fan with the Billy helmet, #1 hand, and the new TO cereal box already there in our row. He was the self-designated section leader.

Once TO came out on the field, he looked over to his section and smile and nodded. Every time he caught a ball, the crowd went wild. ROC Baby enjoyed training camp... the first few hours. Who wouldn't enjoy riding on his daddy's shoulders and being taken around through all the fun stuff for the fans and getting the free footballs and magnets? And let's not forget the free Buffalo Bills ice cream tasting and cookies! It was during the last hours that he became restless and was a major handful. ROC Daddy and I took turns walking him around the campus and letting him run around and play with his footballs and explore. Finally, when training camp was over and the 50th anniversary festivities began, ROC Baby calmed down to see what all the commotion was about. A marching band played a few numbers, the Bills unveiled their new uniforms, and finally, the fireworks were launched!

Many people stayed until the end. It was not a surprised that the lines for the buses were long. We wanted a few buses rotate through before it was our turn. Every time a bus pulled forward ROC Baby would say "Go. Bus." And we would have to keep telling him, "It's not our turn. Soon." Needless to say, by the time we got to our car, he was out.



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