Photos from Florida's Capital City (and occasionally a few from other interesting places I have been fortunate enough to visit in my travels!)
I remember the t-ball years for my two sons. I think that the greatest challenge for a parent may be the inability to will success to a son trying to get a hit.
A cute photo. The name "Reds" is obvious.
Good luck for him!He is adorable!Léia
aw how cute! braden and dalton have their first game tomorrow, they are the phillies...they've moved up to minors now, kid pitch!
He certainly has his eye on the ball.
LOL, hes keeping his eye on the ball. How can you not have fun watching a ball game.
Oh boy. I guess I'm going to have to go through all of this again with the grandson too. Oh dear.
That's a look of determination if I have ever seen one.
Ah... I remember it well, these t-ball days.
A talented photographer AND an athlete! Looks very serious about it, too! :-D
Very pretty picture, he seems to be very focused.
He looks cute. The photographer and the sportsman!
Gee, I wonder why they call that team the Reds? It seems like yesterday our grandsons were playing T Ball, but it was, in the case of the eldest, about 13 years ago!Great photo - a real memory jerker that will be valued for years to come.Re your comment on Ocala DP: I read it and said to myself, "What is she talking about with the 'awful visor and shirt' stuff?"So I looked at the photo again. Then I laughed out loud. You are very funny!
This little guy has many years of fun ahead of him with baseball, some of them playing and many others being an informed spectator. And you and the rest of his family will enjoy your time in the stands watching him during his playing days.
He looks very determined. MB
Happy times for grandson and Grandma!
How cute. Go Reds!
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