but william knocked the cover off of the ball...kinda.
i can't believe my life has reached this point. i am now frequenting the city park on weeknights to sit on the sidelines and cheer.
but these little guys are pretty cute, and it's fun to watch them get all excited when everybody is cheering for them!
and you better believe that william has told the world! i got a text from my neighbor that said, "welcome to the world of extra-curricular sports where you are now trapped for the next 18 years of your life!" when i picked him up from school today, william's teacher said, "so, i hear you have a t-ball game tonight, huh?" i'm surprised the cash register lady at kroger didn't say anything to me about it.
anyway, william played second...
and yes, at the beginning, every single kid on the field went for the ball wherever it was hit. they looked like a bunch of ants on a cupcake, but after a bit they started figuring things out. and then we only had 2 or 3 going for the same ball!!
he also got 3 really good hits...
he even made the last at-bat an inside the park homerun! (he has no idea that the time limit had anything to do with it)
wes was slightly upset that he didn't get to play t-ball. but sitting in the dugout made him feel a little better.
and skittles always work wonders with this kid.
and poor reed. he's such a trooper. there's no telling how many pictures i'll end up with of him like this! i will make dang sure that his brothers have themselves parked on some bleachers watching him whenever his turn rolls around.
after shaking hands...
we finally got to the best part of the game!
and despite the fact that the score is not kept in t-ball, william and noah know who is #1!