Saturday, April 18, 2009

Rookie

Our lives have been invaded by T Ball. Three days a week. Today was the first game. During breakfast I told Tobin he was going to be playing the Giants. His eyes got real big and he asked, "about how big are they mom?". Tobin did well and told me not to cheer so loud, apparently it inhibits him to run in a straight line to first.

Here's some pictures of our Cub.












11 comments:

Christi said...

Oh my goodness...there's nothing cuter than a little boy in uniform.

Candi said...

Looks like you had a great day for a t-ball game! Hope to make it up to one of his games. Great pictures.

Meghan said...

Tobin looks so darn cute in that big 'ol batting helmet! Love the grass stained knee...

Crystal said...

Wow, those are really nice uniforms for a T-ball team! Little boys playing baseball...it doesn't get any better.

KLB said...

He has good stance!( like I know what that is) but he looks good. How fun. Good luck with the cheering thing. he hehe h

momaof4 said...

That is to cute! You don't want to mess up his running!!!

Enjoy life outdoors for a bit!

Lindsay said...

I'm thinking you may just be the next professional t-ball picture taking mama ... GREAT photos!!

Go Tobin Go!!

Angela said...

Gotta love T ball!

Stefanie said...

I'm so proud! He's so cute and loved these pictures.

Took me checking Karrie's blog, then saw Jana has a blog, then saw you were on her blog-role with a new post to boot, then back to Glory Laine...which I hadn't checked in awhile, girlfriend!

Loved the one of him with his name on his back!

February Jill said...

I love the action shots! This is a great thing to document for future years. I cracked up that Tobin asked you not to cheer so loud! What a boy already. I say cheer loud and long mama!

Jenny vick said...

yay..your back! Tobin looks adorable in his gigs! thanks for your note on my blog. I'm doing much better..still crying when someone new asks how the pregnancy is gong and I have to explain it all over again..but feeling better. Thanks for the song...I look at heaven differently now through this experience.

hugs back,
jenny