Baseball is back in St. Louis!
After what has seemed like a never-ending winter (that still isn’t over!), today’s Cardinals home opener came as a bright spot in an endless sea of grey. We had our traditional Opening Day dinner of hot dogs, brats, pretzels, and nachos, with special baseball cupcakes for dessert. All the fixin’s for Chicago-style hot dogs, chili dogs, and brats are quite a sight!
As always, I also took a picture of the Fab Five in their Cardinals gear:
Happy Baseball Day St. Louis!
We don’t need tickets to the Cardinals home opener at Busch Stadium for Chickadee to be excited about Opening Day!
Today was the Cardinals home opener. As always, we enjoyed it from the comfort of our home:
Even though we had a big Opening Day dinner for the season opener just over a week ago, we had another special ballpark-themed meal today:
It was a fantastic Opening Day. The rain left the area just in time, the sun came out, a nice breeze was blowing, our rookie Hazelbaker had an awesome game, and the Cardinals pounded the Brewers. You really can’t ask for more!
Today was Opening Day, not just for the Cardinals, but for all of Major League Baseball. No, the Cards didn’t play at home, and no, they didn’t win, but that didn’t stop us from enjoying our traditional Opening Day feast that Ryan started several years ago!
We had all your traditional ballpark foods: hot dogs (with a variety of toppings, including my homemade chili), brats (I like mine with sauerkraut and spicy mustard), nachos, and Super pretzels. We even had sundae cups for dessert!
And, as always, I took a picture of the children in their favorite Cardinals gear:
After waiting (rather impatiently) all winter, it’s hard to believe another Opening Day has come and gone all ready. I’m just hoping this first game wasn’t a harbinger of things to come for the Cards, and they have another great season!
The Cardinals may have lost their home opener, but that doesn’t mean we didn’t enjoy Opening Day!
I always take a picture of the children on Opening Day, usually in our home. We were at the Botanical Garden this morning, however, and saw a patch of Cardinals-colored tulips. That seemed like the perfect backdrop for this year’s photo!
We had our traditional Opening Day dinner of ballpark food…hot dogs, brats, and my favorite, nachos!
For dessert, we had a not-quite-Cardinal-red layered pudding cheesecake:
The game may not have turned out like we wanted it to, but at least it didn’t rain this year!
St. Louis is ready for the Cardinals home opener on Monday, and so are we!