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I turned the corner to find 12oz POWERADE bottles to deliver to my son's football practice. I'm certainly no helipcopter mom (generally steering clear of practice only to arrive at pickup), but I know when a little something extra is appreciated by these boys.
WP tip #1: To make game day a little easier, I often set up the party decor the day before the party.Game day food: pulled pork sliders with tangy slaw, beef sliders, tater tots, and hot-dogs. Check out the fun tray you can hold across your arm to keep your other hand free for cheering or set the whole tray down when the game gets more intense!
WP tip #4: make party decor you can use again or re-purpose! The other decor I made for the party is something I'll take with me tomorrow for my son's next game: white picket d-fence and off-fence signs made from wood shims and wooden letters.
For the wood letters, I cut out scrapbook paper and adhered with a thin layer of decoupage on the top of the letter and then brushed a top coat over the scrapbook paper.
The D is hanging from the fence for the defense sign. You can remove the D and hand it to the football fan next to you in the stands at the game! They yell "D!" and you yell "Fence!" The OFF is hot glued to the fence for the offense sign.
It's not always easy to impress teenage boys, but throw a pre-game day party or a game day watch party for an afternoon of football and food with friends, and you've definitely got a mom WIN on your hands!NotSoFast.com for more tips on how to score at every game!