Fifteen scrapbooks, three brothers an All Blacks team and one "very, very proud" grandmother.
Beauden, Jordie and Scott Barrett will run out onto Eden Park with the All Blacks tomorrow night as they face the French. Their nana Mary will be sitting proudly in the stands.
"I've always said to Beauden, 'When you three boys play, I don't care where you are, I'm going to come and see you play'," Mrs Barrett said.
"My enjoyment will be when those three boys stand together for the national anthem - Nana will have tears running down her face."
She had been scrapbooking the rise of the three All Blacks' brothers but the coverage they got was not equal; Beauden had 10 scrap books, Scott three and Jordie just two.
"They used to give him [Jordie] a little bit of whatever when he was younger. As you've probably read in the papers he tries to keep up with the other two boys."
Mrs Barrett's neighbours often gave her clippings and copies of newspapers so she had enough material for all three sets of scrapbooks.
Rugby had become "really hard and fast", she said.
"I've always said, 'Win, lose or draw, it doesn't worry me.' As long as there is no serious injuries."
However, she predicted the All Blacks would "have a nice win".