Sunday, June 28, 2009

Take me out to the (last) ballgame

Yesterday, Jennifer had her very last baseball game. The night before, Jennifer got glue glitter on her team shirt. I soaked it in water overnight, washed it in the morning, and, thankfully, it came out. Yeah!

Both of us were upset the season was ending (at least, as far as her being on a team went), but we both decided to go to the game and give it our best. I was sure to bring the camera along so that I could take pictures. My husband and I both took a lot of pictures!


After the game, I was talking with the coach. I asked about next season and she said she won't be coaching. Because, fanfare please, she's having a baby! When she first told me she is pregnant, I did a double take and said, "What did you say!" I was surprised and so very happy for her. Yay! I gave her a hug and offered congratulations. Lots of the kids on the team were giving her hugs, too. She told me this would be her third child and indicated that things were probably going to get a little crazy. I told her, "If you can manage a team, three will be fine."


(I myself am feeling that clock ticking. I would also like to have another child. But as it is right now, we're still paying off the medical bills from the last baby! I am still feeling that "time" to have another, though. I just KNOW that it's time.)


Anyway, it was a great game. Jen hit a home run and everybody had fun. Thankfully, the weather was great for a baseball game, and there was no drama among the team members. It was a great last game and I'm sad to see it all come to an end.
Here are some of the pictures I took. I'll load as many as Blogger will allow me! Jen is #17.











2 comments:

Nancy said...

Aww she's cute! Thats nice she had a nice drama free team, thats always a blessing!
I wanted a third baby and it turned catastrophic for me because I had had 2 previous C sections, so if you have had C sections, you need to be very careful about further pregnancies. but other than that, go for it, have a bunch of babies! I myself always that five was a good number, LOL

Dawn Colclasure said...

So far, I have been fortunate not to have any C-sections. My two children were born naturally. I would LOVE to have a bunch of babies and I hope to make that happen someday. I do love children. I am just tired of feeling sad over hearing about women having 5 kids or 6 kids. Even 10 kids! I want that, too! So I'm just going to GO FOR IT. Like you said. Thank you for the pic comments. :) And I remember you mentioning your tragic experience. I am so sorry that happened to you. **hug**