I got a lot of questions about the room our selfies were taken in from the Huddle, Twitter, and the tailgate. I couldn't find the original thread, so I'm making this to share the story and pictures.
Back in August 2012, we were expecting our new born daughter. We had to move around rooms in our home to make her nursery. So we moved our son into our old room. We asked him what kind of room he wanted (thinking we would get Ninja Turtles or Sponge Bob or whatever the kids are watching these days). He looked me dead in the eyes and said, "I want a Panthers Room!"
Of course after hearing this, my heart exploded and I felt my parenting had finally paid of. So I went to the drawing board. I did not want this to be your typical kids bed room with Blue walls with a little Black trim. No, this had to be the Panther Room to beat all Panther Rooms. At this stage in our lives, my son had only been in BoA Stadium once for fan fest. He was amazed by its size and kept commenting on how great it was to be "where the Panthers lived." So, I had the idea to make his room look like it was on the field in BoA Stadium. We sent him off to his grandparents for the weekend and went to work. By Sunday we were scrambling to finish things up, and when he got home he walked in his new room to see this:
Since then, this room has filled up with even more Panthers Swag. We got him the Panthers bed set, a new Kuechly jersey, Panthers action figures, piggy banks, and a lot more. I also took the liberty to print off and frame a few of my favorite Panthers Photoshop works most of you have seen on this site. He's also gotten into football card collecting and has a collection to rival his old mans. Not to mention all the autographs he's scored over the years at training camp and Fan Fests.
We don't have room for Daddy M3OW to have a man cave... But this is enough to make any Panthers Fan proud.