Wordless Wednesday: Mindless Behavior “All around the world” CD signing… w/LINKY

Mindless Behavior, All around the World Album release!
So yeah, no words needed; I was THAT Mommy who did the dang thang! 😉
Hours in line, hours of screaming tweens, tears, crankyness; and endless thank you’s at the end!!!
The girls hugged Ray Ray, and the world was aligned once again!

Their smiles, tears, and millions of thank you’s were worth all of those hours and pain 😉

Have you done this with your kids?  Yourself perhaps?
Would you do it again?!?!

Thank you for stopping by, if you have a wordless Wednesday please leave your link below, I visited 118 blogs last week 😉

39 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: Mindless Behavior “All around the world” CD signing… w/LINKY”

  1. That is a day they will never forget. As much as it pains us parents to sit through all of that, the joy it brings our children is worth it! Glad they got to have that experience!

  2. I only have boys, and they are too young for that.

    Two little girls at my oldest son’s school have kissed him because they said he looks like Justin Bieber. It sort of made me laugh.

  3. I’m totally out of the loop and have no clue who this is. lol So glad you guys had fun. I’ve never done anything like this before. Oh, wait, I did. I waited overnight for Michael Jackson tickets. Got 7th row from the stage and he cancelled his concert! This was in…1989. lol

  4. I just get such a kick out of that ride picture in your header 🙂 Thanks for coming by!

    Dagmar’s Home

  5. Wow, this is a day they’ll always remember! You deserve a “Great Mama Medal” for doing this for your girls!! 🙂

  6. I only have boys too and they wouldn’t be interested. The kids look thrilled. Way to go Mom! 🙂

  7. Great photos and it’s all worth it to see the excitement on their faces! Wow, you visited 118 blogs…that’s amazing!

  8. You have won the MOM of the Year award! You’re girls must love you a lot. Thanks for sharing this with us.

  9. You are a good Mom – I do not think I could have stood for that long or put up with all the racket…i guess I am too old.

  10. What a great mom! I remember when New Kids on The Block toured and we waited all night in line for tickets…it was something I was always grateful for and a memory that will last forever.

  11. Nice one, Mom…You know this is a memory that they will hold forever. My mom helped us to meet Warrant when I was a young teenage rocker, and I LOVED it!

  12. I did this when my daughter was younger. She loved Hanson and we stood out back of the place they were playing a few times. It was pretty neat. And she got her picture taken with one of them, so it was well worth it.

  13. I live under a rock, too! But you are an awesome Mom – I remember when I was CRAZY about Andy Gibb an my Mom took me to see him in concert in Boston. Zillions of screaming teenagers (I was a bit younger, but nonetheless)….what a saint she was.

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