5 years, 1 month.
It’s simply family tradition by now that we attended the Monster Jam truck show this past weekend. This made our 3rd time; and both you and Mommy declared for yourselves… this was your favorite.
And I would have to agree.
As did the Fulmer family, who won the ticket giveaway on my blog, Family Friendly Daddy Blog.
They told me their little boy cried once the show was over and he realized the trucks wouldn’t be coming back out. That’s how you know it was a good show!
The action was simply non-stop. This was the first time we had seen the wheelie popping contest.
It was great being able to see these huge monster trucks leap straight into the air, thanks to the dirt ramps in the middle of the arena.
Whether I should admit this or not, it’s always interesting to watch what happens when the monster trucks flip over.
This happened at least twice while we were there.
The first time was with Gravedigger. I took this handy little video to share with the world:
And then it happened again with Zombie. I took pictures of that, as opposed to a video.
There’s a little bulldozer on standby that comes to the rescue, which flips the monster truck upright- obviously, the driver runs out of the vehicle first.
Zombie was your favorite. You loved how “his” arms waved in front of him the whole time.
Something that really caught my attention this time around is how diverse the monster truck industry is becoming. I love what I’m seeing.
I noticed that Scooby Doo, which happened to be one of the best performing trucks at the show, is driven by a female, Nichole Johnson from California.
Going back to your favorite monster truck that day, Zombie, its driver is Bari Musawwir.
This shows me that monster trucks have officially gone mainstream. I celebrate that.
The diversity of the audience demonstrated this as well. Monster trucks are for everyone and anyone who shows up to watch the action.
Our family is faithful to Monster Jam each year when they come through Nashville.
Before we had left for the show, you were imagining dragons as you took some time to draw a dragon before the show; not even knowing there was a monster truck called Dragon.
Of all coincidences, after the show we stopped by Walmart to let you pick out a monster truck. Sure enough, they had Dragon, which again, you didn’t even know existed.
Needless to say, you’ve been clutching “him” tightly in bed for the past couple of night, like you do your stuffed animals.