Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Fall Fun

It's been a beautiful fall, this year. The weather has been warm, the leaves have turned the deepest of red, orange, and yellow; we have been able to enjoy many moments of Autumn's beauty!

These two boys are the epitome of happiness:


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Soccer ended on Saturday. I will have to say I saw much improvement, in Adam, over the course of the season. He stopped saying "I don't like soccer," while roaming the field; he ran after the ball, and was actually disappointed when the ball didn't come his way; he got a goal! (with a little help from his buddy Christian!); and he actually said he liked soccer! yay! We're not sure about the spring; I think I will let him choose whether or not he wants to play, once the time comes! :)

Bubba, we are SO proud of you! You are a soccer star to us!



9 comments:

Lilith Silvermane said...

Those are soooo cute!
It's great to have little ones in sports, you can't get mad at anyone during those sports.

Bonnie said...

so cute ! Love the photos with him holding his trophy in the air !!

Fire Hunt said...

We are so happy that he had a good in the end.

Blueberry said...

yay! good job, bubba!

i'm so glad he ended up having fun. :)

Kellan said...

Your boys are so cute - they do seem SO HAPPY!! I think they get that from their happy mama!!

Take care - Kellan

Stacy said...

How wonderful! Glad he got excited about the game. Having a fun activity for the kids is also fun for the adults. I love to watch the kiddos be excited about what they accomplish in swimming class.

Trannyhead said...

I love that he was running around saying "I hate soccer" instead of chasing the ball. That image is hilarious.

Glad he enjoyed it after a while!

Arizaphale said...

Look at the joy in that last photo. There were obviously SOME bits of soccer he liked. Even if it was only the break-up party :-)

My Goodness said...

Love it...so fun!

And I'm so glad that Adam got a trophy for soccer...someone please call our soccer people and tell them that KIDS WANT TROPHIES!! ugh!