Sunday, November 20, 2005

One and Four




Haa! That is now Lloyd Carr's record versus Jim Tressel. I love it. We all watched the big game yesterday. Aveline even chose the occasion to start babbling. I guess she was trash talking the refs and the Michigan players right along with her mommy. Just as long as she doesn't repeat many of the words I chose to use. Especially during the second and third quarters. Yipes. I was almost physically ill for that portion of the game. At times I had to leave the room to avoid being sick. Ugggh.

5 comments:

Lauren said...

I know the feeling. Owen got up right before the 4th quarter started. He played with Kelsey while I watched the game. His poor cow got squeezed hard the last 4 min of the game!

Uncle Crappy said...

Wow. I think I'm just now starting to come back down. Given our recent history -- well, our Cooper-era recent history -- I'm still surprised at how confident I felt, even after Michigan scored its last touchdown. Tressel's demeanor on the sidelines is directly opposed to that of his predecessor's, and the team reacts in the same way.

The Wife, however, stood on the front porch, away from all the TVs, for about the last five minutes, so I had to run around the side of the house, announce the result of each play, and run back to see the next one. As if the game wasn't exhausting enough...

I love your daughter's outfit, and it looks like she was having a good time watching the game. We don't have any children, but we did outfit our nephews with OSU gear, and we found a onesie for our six-month old neice that said "Poop on Michigan" in red glittery letters. My sister told us she happily wore it all day...

joel said...

You still have that "Cooper Anxiety"...his record was 2-10 against the team up north. Tressel seems to be able to keep the boys playing! Go Bucks!

Mark Daniels said...

As an OSU grad, let me say that it's always wonderful seeing parents steer their children in the right direction. Go Buckeyes!

Mark Daniels

Guru said...

I compliment you on raising your child correctly.

My girls both have the appropriate disdain for the team in the funny helmets and refuse to wear the colors blue and yellow together at any time during the year. I just hope I do as good of a job with my son.

Go Bucks! Michigan is less than adequate! (or something like that)