"We thought we'd have to teach our son about the world. Turns out we have to teach the world about our son. They see a boy who cannot speak. We see a miracle who doesn't need words." -unknown
Monday, October 20, 2014
A Night With the Columbus Bluejackets
Friday night we went to see the Columbus Bluejackets. We got tickets from A Kid Again, its an organization that plans fun activities for Wish families. Noah's first stop was getting his picture with one of the pretty ladies that cleans the ice during breaks.
Friday night was also Stamp Out Cancer night. They honored some children that are fighting cancer.
It was a great game, the Bluejackets won 3-2.
Noah, Emily and I had a fun time. When the game first started, Noah let us know that it was too loud. Thank goodness we were able to turn his implant down. He was then able to enjoy his first hockey game.
Our seats weren't handicap access able, unless we wanted to sit behind all the other seats in folding chairs. I carried Noah down to our seats and he sat really well between us.
When we arrived at the game, we were given these signs to fill out. United We Fight Cancer For: Daddy, Grandma and Grandpa Sheaffer and our cousin Tiki.