Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Baseball: Season Three

We weren't planning on a season three of baseball, at least not for this year.  But at the very last minute Noah wanted to play, and we were able to make it happen.  It was too late to get on his team from last year, so it was a bit of a gamble to end up on a team of unknowns.

But these coaches and parents were awesome.  All season long it felt like Noah had ended up exactly where he was supposed to be.

Opening Day back in March is always my favorite.  There is so much celebration involved for little kids playing baseball.

Nate had to work, but Luke and Leah were a great cheering section as we watched the parade and cheered for those Braves.

Every season Noah improves.  This season his hitting was fun to watch as it transitioned to coach pitch.  He was usually 3 for 4, which I'd say is a pretty good start.  He worked incredibly hard to earn the game ball, and, oh boy when it finally happened he was all smiles.

He thought receiving a medal instead of a trophy at the end of the season was awesome.

I love this boy, and I love watching him play, whatever the sport is!

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