Friday, June 6, 2014

1st All Star game

Hi, all.

Well Wednesday night we had our first All Star game. It started with a bang. These 8 year olds did so well. Great hits, fielded well and our little pitcher did really good. As you probably know, Little League is very strict on the number of pitches a child can throw.  So when we had to change pitchers, the second one did well, too.

It was the 4th inning and we were wining 8 to 0. Then we had to use other pitchers. Not everyone can pitch but they all tried so hard. Unfortunately, they scored 3 runs and in the 5th inning we walked the winning runs in.

So it was really exciting. They didn't beat us, we lost. We clearly out played them. (not just my opinion) lol We were so proud of these boys.

Tonight is our 2nd game. We're all getting excited.

So today I thought I would show you Gabe's picture with his yard sign.

I also made him the SVGCuts baseball hat box from their fun and games file.

The black one is his team he played on this season. The purple one is All Stars.

I think they came out cute and are really easy to put together.

Take a look:







Thanks for stopping by.

Hugs and God bless. Stephanie

6 comments:

  1. These baseball hats are All-Star AWESOME!

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  2. WOW your hats and sign are AMAZING. I bet he loved them. What wonderful keepsakes for a special time in his life. {and yours}
    Thanks for sharing.
    Crafty hugs,
    D~
    DesignsByDragonfly.blogspot

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  4. Oh WOW Stephanie! Those are awesome! I bet Gabe thought they were awesome too! Sorry they lost but sounds like they played a really hard and good game! :o)

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  5. Oh these are absolutely awesome Stephanie!!! Gabe looks so cute in this picture... I miss those days when my kids played!
    Hugs,
    Jo
    xox

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  6. Oh my gosh - those hats are just outta this world! They turned out so cute! The colors are awesome and the stitching looks fabulous - what amazing treat boxes. Your grandson sure is a cutie - congrats to him and his team for a hard played game!

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