Our baseball season is coming to an end. :(
Before that officially happens I thought I better blog about it…because dang it…I am going to be a better blogger!
Our family loves baseball. We enjoy going to any baseball game whenever we get the chance. I especially love being a baseball mom to my two boys. It is magic for me. Something about it calms me and I completely forget about my mile long to do list and any other thoughts floating around in my head. I am just happy to be in the moment with my boys; being their best cheerleader.
I love watching them on the field.
You can always find Casey behind the fence as one of the coaches.
Did you notice Kaylee’s striped hair? It was opening day and man was it a partaaay!
There was plenty of entertainment for the kids in between games this day.
Usually Ady spends the whole game digging in the dirt…
but she makes sure to check in on the game every once in awhile.
Kaylee reads or does homework…
Did I mention that I am the best cheerleader???
Yeah, I need to rub off on Kaylee a little.
However, she is very good at taking care of this little chick for me so I can watch the game and not miss a great play.
Because we all know that is the worst! How do you tell your super excited son that you missed his awesome play???
I don’t know how you other sport mom’s do it, but I bring my camera to ONE game. I usually choose a day that both of the boys are playing but at different times (so I don’t miss a great play. :) Double duty is HARD!) I focus on snapping pictures that day. I get what I can and then that is it. No more camera at the fields anymore. Even if I didn’t get the pictures I wanted or had in mind. For me, watching the game through my camera lens isn’t the same and I end up getting distracted.
I tell them to be baseball ready so I need to be cheerleader ready!
But for one game the distraction is worth it.
I love me some baseball playin’ boys!
P.S. I remembered an old post from Jake’s very first T-ball season at the Y. This is how it all started. It was fun reading it and seeing how much we have all grown since then, especially my little man!