Thursday, May 01, 2014

{Rylan: T-ball Season}


Rylan played his first year of T-ball this year! It was an awesome team made up of 6 friends from church (Nathan, Austin, Eli, Brady, Dallin, Jack) and his cousin, Graham!  It was so fun to have a team with so many good friends!  

These two were a hoot to watch. We were seriously crying watching them run to wrong bases or run to the opposite side of the field to get the ball.  



Rylan enjoyed it!  Less intense than soccer, but he did get a little bored. Don't let this picture below fool you...he wasn't a serious player at all. 

This is more like it! Goofing off and posing for the camera.  Most of the time we were telling him to quit dancing and pay attention to the game!  
 Such a fun team and season! The best part...if it rains, they call the game! So we only played on great weather days...I loved that!

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