Poppy was out in the field with the boys every game. Wes was out there as much as he could be with his work schedule and us juggling Jonah. I think the Daddies both enjoyed doing "guy stuff" with the boys. The little boys sure ate it up!
Joshie is patiently waiting in the outfield....
Just experimenting with my camera a little...my subjects were too cute not to take advantage of!
Here's a good example of Micah finding anything to do other than playing t-ball. Silly boy. I'm just glad he's so easily entertained by himself or I would have been in real trouble!
I think my Dad is so handsome. :) Love ya, Dad!
This boy was just as good as gold almost the whole time every game. Even when he'd get bored, he'd obediently go out and play until the game was over. He was such a good sport. I'm so proud of him. He's suddenly so grown up to me - slow down, Buddy!
Here's Kolton at bat....
.....and now tagging first.
Nathan batting. I love the cute faces they pull.
He'd slide into first every time.
Kolton waiting on second base. Boys will be boys. I love it.
Micah entertaining himself again. I love that boy!
Spiderman glasses are a hot commodity around here!
The girls (my youngest sisters) were content just being spectators or park-players. They'd much rather do girly things than play t-ball. Aren't they cute?
Not Joshie has the honor of wearing the Spiderman glasses.
I loved seeing how hard the boys would try to get the ball. Every time someone would hit you'd see a swarm of determined little boys go running after the ball. It kind of reminded me of girls trying to catch the bouquet at a wedding. Kolton came out victorious a few times. He was so proud!
I'm not sure where the ball went, but apparently not where he was expecting it to go. Don't you just love that cute little face?
I have some more t-ball pictures, but this post is already getting too long, so I'll save them for later.
I'm glad these boys all got the chance to play on a team together. I hope it happens for many years to come, but we'll see. My little brothers loved t-ball, and my boys just begged to play soccer the whole time. I wonder what they'll all end up loving. Either way I'm so glad they all have each other. And I'm even more glad that I get to be a big sister and a mommy to such a darling, sweet, fun group of busy little boys!