The catch up begins. Kaiden played T-Ball again this June and he loved it. Although, I think his favorite part may have been playing/wresting with his friends while they waited for their turn to bat. The first few weeks were hilarious watching the kids on the same team race to get the ball. I talked to Kaiden several times about the fact that you are all on the same team so you only get the ball when it is coming right to you, eventually I think he caught on. He was a bit of an ambidextrous batter, just whatever side he felt like batting on that day. Thanks Shera and Leanna for coaching, you guys did great!!
Kaiden and Carter Cheezin it
Gabe, Kaiden and Hannah waiting their turn to bat
Connor stayed happy if he had plenty of snacks and the hope of getting to play at the park when the game was over. Usually by the last half of the game the snacks were gone and I had a grumpy three year old begging to go play at the park "today". He went through a faze of saying "today" when he wanted something right that second. He has since figured out the correct meaning of today and no longer says that, what a smart kid. Anyway, I can't wait till he can play too (but I guess they will be on different teams so that kind of defeats the purpose)
Poor Cambrie fell onto the cement from her stroller. One of those heart stopping sick to your stomach moments. After about 30 min she was acting like nothing happened and I thought she was just fine with a bruise and a little scratch until three days later when I noticed the huge goose egg on her forehead. We brought her in for ex rays immediately and everything looked like it was supposed to, just a hematoma (blood between her skin and skull). It took 4 weeks for the swelling to go down all the way. Her pediatrician saw her during that time for a well check and said it might calcify and she might end up with a little horn.... WHAT?? Luckily a week after he said that it was gone, whew.