Monday, May 21, 2007

**Khara's Big Debut**

Tonight Khara had her first T-Ball game!! All of the practices and strict coaching really showed up. Before the game I asked her if she was nervous, "yeah, a little", she said. After the game was over, she told me that she was actually shaking!! :-) Mark saw one of the players on her team, who is quite shy, get to the game and then ended up being to scared to come play. What do you do??

She ended up having a great time. Actually hit two doubles and a single--yeah!!! Of course I might be a little biased, but I think T-Ball players are some of the cutest out there!
A little warm-up!!

Last minute instructions from the coach. The main one being "Pay Attention". If the coach catches them twice not paying attention, they do not get to bat the next inning!! Khara was proud to say that tonight anyway he never gave her the first warning. :-)

Waiting on 2nd base for the signal from her 3rd base coach.


Les said...

They are so cute! I like that the coach makes them pay attention. Our older kids still have that issue.

Nancy said...

I agree....these kids are just the CUTEST things! Good luck to Khara and her games!

Brenda said...

I would LOVE to see one of her games. These pictures are so funny! Cute!

Angie Davis said...

I envy the parents of the coordinated children. My sons are just like me--falling down the field in the wrong direction!

~Heather~ said...

Cute pics of Khara...I'd be NERVOUS too! I never did like to play ball, just liked to sit on the side lines and YELL MY LUNGS OUT FOR MY FRIENDS! =)

Thanks for the pie recipe...I have not tried it yet...for WOULD YOU BELIEVE OUR STORE WAS OUT OF RITZ CRACKER?! BUT...hey, at least they carry them...that's a Miracle! I'm wanting to try it, soon as Sarah's graduation and party are over with, and life slows down some...and the store gets RITZ crackers. ;)

Love ya'll,
Heather =)

Kendall & Leanna said...

I agree with Brenda, I would love to see one of her games. Great pics. Kendall was wondering who is her coach.

Jana said...

Kendall--Ronnie Simmons is her coach (and how thankful we are!!!!) It is amazing how much the kids on her team have learned and retained in such little time.