The Great American Past Time


Or in our house with a five year old boy it is t-ball.

Boy do we have one excited boy in our house.

One the first day of practice he had his baseball bag packed and set by the door at 7:30 am. I am sure he asked me at least a hundred times (i am not even exaggerating) what time he was leaving for t-ball practice.

Last week, he had his first game. Like any good blogger mom, I had my handy dandy camera in tow and took almost a hundred just a few pictures of my boy in his first t-ball game.

Because his first game only happens once.

And he looked so stinkin' cute in his little uniform I couldn't help myself.

* i have only shed a tear or twenty over this here video.


Krista said...

I just love this song!!! Landon is adorable!

Stephanie said...

How did Landon grow up so fast? What a darling t-ball player. This video must make you very proud. What sweet memories!

mbduke said...

Your kids are adorable. Love the pictures and videos. I can totally relate to a blogger mom carrying a camera everywhere. I take pictures of everything now so that I can post it on my blog. Very cute blog!!

Cathi Hamen said...

this is the BEST song!! what a cutie he is!!!

Pat & Valerie Berg said...

OK - great way to blog those memories. I gotta know how you import a song to your slideshow now! Cool! We can't wait to get to one of his games!

Denise said...

so sweet, and sweet song.

i recall watching my own 5 yr old noah play t-ball. he hit the ball, then chased after the ball! i proudly stood on the side lines cheering, "run noah...that's my boy!!"

we had told him to keep his eye on the ball, and he did. in my heart i prayed God would be the "ball" and that in the same way our boy would always keep his eye on Him, and run after Him.

thanks for reminding me :-)

Dave and Jenni said...

Oh my goodness, I can totally see why you would cry over this!!! The song is perfect for the video! My goodness how he is growing...

Lynn said...

Stinkin' cute song to go with a stinkin' cute boy enjoying his boyhood. Way to document the day proud mama.