Friday, April 22, 2011

baseball (via instagram)

2-3 nights a week we head to Caleb's baseball games-



pics above:

Caleb pitching- Oh my word this is SO nerve racking!
Ryan giving a pep talk, he's the head coach.
Caleb catching- just as nerve racking as pitcher!
Short stop- finally a position where my blood pressure doesn't rise!
My snack :)
Caleb catching again.
Caleb and Coach Dad chatting on third base.
Pitching.


I'm loving baseball season,
way more than I thought I would!

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These pics were taken using Instagram, follow me- thevintagepearl.

10 comments:

Ben and Emily said...

Great pictures! My brother pitched from little league through college and I don't think my mom actually watched an inning of him pitching, with out her hands clinched in front of her face ("I can't watch...was it a strike?")! It is nerve wrecking, but so fun at the same time!!

jillian :: cornflake dreams. said...

yahhh! these look like summer :) xoxo jcd :: cornflake dreams

Erin said...

These are great pics! My husband and I played a season of softball together a couple years ago. I'm not much of a softball fan but I had SO MUCH FUN. Before that season, my husband played for the mens team at our church. I adored watching him play. I miss it. Your pictures brought back fond memories. :)

Linds said...

So cute! And you're making me crave summer, live baseball and sunflower seeds! :)

Alex and Andrew Sorensen said...

great pictures. they really capture the moment. love your jewelry. they are such beautiful pieces of art.

Lizziebeth said...

Baseball is the best sport ever! My son played all the way up through high school, now my niece plays...I just love all aspects of the game. Thanks for sharing!

Jessica said...

I love your pictures! Nothing says Spring like baseball!

Kelly said...

Just saw you on Circle of Moms! I'm a local Tulsa/Bixby Mama and actually ran into you @ Mazzios Pizza a while back and just happened to buy a gift certificate for my daughters teacher Mrs. Beach a couple of days ago! Congrats on your success!
http://runwithglitter.blogspot.com/

Sarah said...

All of this looks all too familiar :)

Web Designz by Kristi said...

My son is pitching this year too for the first time and he's only 9 - so nerve racking!