Sunday, April 05, 2009

More Teeball Pictures

As for the comment in the previous post about K being so much dirtier than's why. She did not make any plays, but she made a lot of mudpies!Although they switch positions each game, R played 2nd base this time. He appeared to be talking a lot of smack to the opposing players...Oh, to have been able to hear it! I can only imagine!
This is my favorite part of preschool teeball. EVERYONE chasing the ball.
OK, maybe that is my second favorite part...These sweet faces are my favorite part.

P gets an overbite when he concentrates. K needs her tongue.

R is just intense.
Thanks to Granddaddy for the great photography!


Jennifer said...

LOVE the pictures. Oh these are the days!!!

Michelle said...

I love these pictures. We are in the middle of soccer now and start tball the next few weeks. How fun.

dee said...

Those closeups should be framed! Priceless!

Renee said...

Love that first season of t-ball. There are two moods- serious/focused and dreamy. My boys were both dreamers. I was always worried a ball would literally hit them in the head!!

Teresa @ Grammy Girlfriend said...

The pictures are great. I love reading about your family. Hope you will stop by and see me.

I am going to have a "card box" giveaway every month. This drawing will be the last day of April.
Every comment you leave throughout the month will enter your name in the drawing.

This NEW blogger was so touched by all the comments I got on the Blog Party, that I decided to make this a monthly GIFT...
Also, if you mention my blog telling about the monthly giveaway, you will have your name entered 10 extra times...How is that for an incentive?
I was so blown away by all the responses that I wanted to email each person personally, but TIME... just has not permitted..but I did love reading all of them..I am continuing to introduce my family members and then there will be some fun blogs coming up from Disney World in May. I am so thankful for all my new friends.

Tonya Ingram said...

Aren't they just adorable playing t-ball. My 4 year old decided not long into the game that he just didn't want to play anymore! Hilarious.

Sherri said...

My daugther was the same way when she played tball. Is was all about socializing and playing in the dirt for her. She played two years of tball and was then done with it all :).
I love the closeups!