With a Grateful Prayer and a Thankful Heart: 1st Game of the Season

Sunday, April 10, 2011

1st Game of the Season

Noah is now old enough to play Little League Baseball this year.
He loves it!
He has had practices and
Saturday was his first game.
You gotta be a man to play baseball for a living,
but you gotta have a lot of little boy in you, too. 
Roy Campanella
(Catcher Brooklyn Dodgers)

22 comments:

Buttercup said...

What fun! I hope Noah has a great Little League experience.

Flourchild said...

Noah looks like he's going to enjoy baseball!!!

Lisa RedWillow said...

Noah is sure a fine looking young man. I love to watch children play. Loved your photography of him.

Shirley said...

Your photo's are perfect. Love his cute little boy face. Childhood is one of the best times of life..wish it could last longer as they grow up too fast...

Mildred said...

Yeah for Noah! I had such fun watching ball games when John umpired Little League!

Ann said...

oh how fun. I remember the little league years. They were so much fun. I would rather watch a little league game over the pros any day

Snap said...

YeeHaw! A major-leaguer in the making!

Julie said...

Oh I remember those days! So fun and exciting. Great pictures, as always!!!!

BECKY said...

Hey gal! He is just too cute!! My oldest Samantha is the only kid of ours that played ball.
She was adorable in her uniform!!

Pop by and check out my giveaway, ok?
Have a joyful week!
Becky

Carol @ There's Always Thyme to Cook said...

Looks like he's enjoying himself! Such fun, I miss those days!

Valerie said...

SUch a sweet grouping. My youngest's first two games have been postponed - for some reason our town won't get the fields ready to be played on! Jake is anxious. He also made the freshman team at school and their first game is tomorrow. I am excited too. I LOVE baseball - 'specially when one of my boys is playing!!

Beth said...

So cute! The beginning of baseball means spring is here!

SavoringTime in the Kitchen said...

How adorable! There is something so wonderful and timeless about baseball. Our girls played softball on the village leagues when they were little too. It's a great first sport.

Walking on Sunshine... said...

Your grandson is so adorable! And the strawberry pie looks YUMMY! But I can understand how some people may think it's too sweet! I've been avoiding sugary treats for awhile and when I do allow myself some, I'm finding my taste buds have changed! I had to do a double take on your white cabinet because a few years ago we sold one at a garage sale that looked just like that one! Only ours was taller! Funny!!!!

Dayle said...

Oh my ... isn't he just adorable? I think we may be on the same wave length today. I posted about my husband's love affair with the game of baseball.

gnee @ Singing With Birds said...

Our lives parallel with our cute grands. My Chase had his first game Saturday too. We had a great day with a ballgame, neighborhood egg hunt and family dinner out together.

Love your All-American little slugger! This is our hero, right?

Sue said...

Your grandson sure looks like a ball player all right, my dh coached little league for 10 years and we had so much fun at the ball park. I know you are enjoying his games.Enjoy!
I also enjoyed your strawberry pie post. Your photography is absolutely stunning.
Sue

ShantyGirl said...

How adorable! I miss the days my grown boys played baseball! Those were some good times I have 2 grandaughters but no baseball players yet. Thanks for your very kind comment on my blog! Oh and I have to try your strawberry pie recipe looks wonderful.
Sherry

Julie Harward said...

A great quote and such a darling boy, makes me just want to hug him! :D

Janette@Janette's Sage said...

This family loves baseball also...this is so precious. Right now I am watching my 15 year old play and my five year old will start next spring. I can't wait to follow it again with grandchildren. Enjoy!

Life In a Little House said...

Oh my isn't he just the handsome fella!! So cute loved the pictures ~Have fun watching his games Love Heather

corners of my life said...

It looks like he is taking it quite seriously. Great collage.

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