Saturday, April 4, 2009

Soccer Adventures

So we signed K up for soccer this year. I missed his first game last week because of girls weekend. But today's game was awesome. The fireballs (Thats the name of their team) Did great! It was FREEZING. But for the most part the kids took it in stride. Our team is made up of almost all 4 year olds from our subdivision. Which is nice because we just meet at the school behind the subdivision for practice... or what passes for practice with 12 four year olds kicking soccer balls around. Its a pretty good time all around. K has a very distinct strategy for playing soccer... if he cant get the ball... he just falls down and trips everyone else up. So he spent half the game on the ground. At one point he found some plastic and was pretty entranced with that for a while too. SO here are some pictures from the big game. We lost pretty bad... (if we were keeping score) But the other team had a kid who was pretty big... so i think they cheated.


This is pretty much what most of the game looked like... all the kids in a big clump running around together.

I like this picture because you can see the absolute joy in ks face... even though its like 30 degrees...

This was at the beginning of the game and he said his chin was cold... so we wrapped sisters blanket around his face. Hey... it worked.


And here is a cute picture of the princess... Just couldnt resist... look at those eyelashes! THey are rivaling Ks...

Had to put this one in... the freezing parents... and my awesome friend EMily in her sweet outfit... love the sunglasses!
And here is a picture of K tripping everyone else up... he is at the bottom of that pile... hahaha














And finaly... here is a picture of one of the finishing touches i did on as Room... Such a true statement...

2 comments:

Erin said...

I love little kids' soccer! It takes me back to the good old days when Dennis was between the ages of 5-8 and played for the same coach for each of those years. His coach always used the phrase, "Spread out like peanut butter!" because it was something the kids could relate to and it would keep them from clumping ... but the clumping is cute too!

Brad, Jenni, and Tylita said...

Hurray for little kid soccer!