The boys have been enjoying playing flag football this year for the first time. Their team is the Patriots and they are the smallest kids on the whole team but that hasn't dampened their spirit. It takes a while to set up for each play and Andrew is easily distracted so if he isn't involved directly in the play he tends to not exactly know what's going on ;-). Though sometime he does have some good blocks and had some good runs. He always gives it his all and gets so excited when his team does something good and has a big smile on his face when he gets to touch the ball.
Football has come pretty naturally to Adam, he really "gets" blocking and even though he's one of the youngest he may be one of the better blockers. He cracks us up and we've had to warn him to to keep the smack talk down. He will point at the giant kid across from him on the other team and say "I'm gonna block you! I just blocked you!" Hard not to laugh at that. He loves to pull flags but he can't stand it if anyone touches his ;-). One time he was running the ball and the defender was about to get his flag and he stiff arm blocked the kid, nice play but not allowed in flag football lol. Pre-k flag football is pretty entertaining, just like watching little monkeys running around wild.
The boys were excited to go to an Aggie game and to bring some fun friends along
Singing Happy Birthday to Aunt Rachel
Look at all these cute boys!
Mid Game Story Time ;-)
Dr Bow-tie himself came by for a visit, he's become quite the celebrity this year
Adam at Gymnastics
The boys had a blast at their friend's birthday party recently. Especially the face painting, Andrew is obsessed with sharks and killer whales, I think we may have a future marine biologist in the family.
They loved the magician too
Adam, my non shy child, volunteered to assist the magician ;-)
F is for Fun!