I’m in awe of how Mother Nature has cooperated this year with all of our outdoor activities. On the days we could use a break it rains and on the days we really need to play the skies clear. It has been a nice Spring with the rain we need just when we need it. My backyard is an example of this rain as we haven’t been home to trim bushes and clean up. We’ll get to that soon.
We added a Family Reunion to our Spring schedule over Memorial weekend. It was a lot of fun and boy does the Woods/Wright/Stears families make cute kids! There were piles of them. The boys played baseball THE ENTIRE TIME and a few brotherly scuffles had to be broken up. They are competitive! The sweet Brown girl cousins fell in love with Whitney and Caroline cried so hard when they were leaving she talked GG and Mimi into bringing them to recital at the end of June. It will be great to have them at our house as they’ve never been.
Blake and Jack ate 1000 popsicles together, you’d think it was a race!
Whitney was the pied piper of the little ones and had fun playing with them. The little girls were dressed up like southern belles with big bows and cute outfits. I told her I wished she would have let me dress her like that and she said, “Why didn’t you?” I told her she was as stubborn about her appearance then as she is now and wouldn’t let me do a thing about it! I find myself telling her that often when she asks why I let her run around with ratty hair and no shirt when she was 5.
Russell was the big hitter and broke the pinata! He was so proud and put his baseball skills to work! We found out recently that he made the A Team U9 for his competitive soccer team! I’m so proud of him!
So June is all about Baseball and our team is doing well. They had a slump but seem to be coming out of it. Carter had an awesome hit, I was so relieved. Slumps of any kind stress kids and parents out because we all just want a hit and a win!
We play the State Tournament this weekend and kick it off on my birthday, Friday the 13th which is always a lucky day! Hoping for big things! I’m not going to focus on the fact that this could be our last weekend for this team to play together, I’m hoping to play some next Summer if we can! LOVE LOVE LOVE these boys and families! They are priceless and if I write about it anymore I’m going to be in a puddle of tears. GO SSCowboys!!! BIG STU Baseball!