Sunday, September 13, 2009

Let the Fall sports begin!

This weekend kicked off the beginning of a busy fall sports season for our family.

As you can see, B is playing soccer this year. He hasn't played this sport since he was a little guy, but our neighbors needed more players on their team we are.

He's also playing fall baseball this year (instead of football). Those games get started this week as well and should be fun - in practice he's already hit 3 homeruns. Let's hope that streak continues.

G also got her gymnastics season started this weekend by attending a compulsory clinic in Columbia, SC. Some of the moms hit the malls during this four hour training session - I think this was my favorite event all weekend. Her competitions don't really kick off until the end of October - she's got a little more training time.

Here are a few pictures from the soccer game - I'm sure there will be lots more sporting photos in the coming months.

What's your family doing this fall?


Its So Very Cheri said...

How fun. We haven't gotten our big boys into sports here because we thought we would be gone by now. ughh
My blog has been growing so rapidly that I haven't had time to get over for visits, but I was missing all my blog friends and wanted to take some time to come over and see what everyone was creating and say Hi and invite you over for a visit as well.
Its So Very Cheri

Jodie said...

You know what we're up to....Football! Isaiah's team played their first game yesterday and Logan is about 3 weeks into his season. Za got x-rays again, healing nice, 4 more weeks. Evan is getting better at the driving thing.

Shannon said...

Fun! I love fall sports!

Darlene said...

What great pictures!!!

Lexi has started cheerleading at the 5th grade football games (and loves it), she also is back into dance and made the try-outs in a theater "type" group. She was going to play fall softball but the games conflict with her dance/theater so that is out.

Susie from Bienvenue said...

I plan on cooking more and eating less....Enjoying longer walks and watching the holidays happen!