This is the first (and only) outfit that Adam bought Harrison. He bought it last labor day when we were at the Clemson/Florida State game. I think I was only 10 weeks pregnant and we obviously had no idea if we were having a boy or girl at that time. Thankfully, we had a boy, because you know Adam would have made a girl wear this onesie. I do remember when he bought it that I was so embarrassed. I still can't figure out why I was so mortified. It was like I was on stage in front of an audience and not sure what to do. I think it must have been the first realization that we were actually going to have a baby. Actually, thinking back to that football game, it brings back memories of being pregnant in my first trimester on a hot Clemson day. I had to stand in a long line for a Porta-Potty multiple times while we were tailgating. One time I actually had to bee line it for the police station because I knew I wouldn't make it in the long line. Thankfully they let us in as we used the excuse of pregnancy (which we did use at opportune times throughout the 9 months). I also vividly remember walking up and down the stairs to the upper deck at the stadium numerous times. On my last venture down to the potty, I never made it back up to where we were sitting...I watched from a much better seat that didn't require me walking up any stairs (I used the pregnancy excuse again). Most importantly from that day, I remember that Clemson won. And that is a vital part of the day for Clemson fans. Anyway, so as I look at my sweet little son in that onesie, it reminds of me of my husband who was so excited about having a baby, that he went to buy a Clemson onesie, which doesn't embarrass me anymore, it makes me smile.