Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Wordless Wednesday: Soccer





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26 comments:

  1. I love it that she is so into soccer. if she sticks with it, that is an excellent girls' sport later in middle and high school! She is so adorable.

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    1. Sandy - I love it too! The summer season is over and it'll be a couple more weeks before we start up again for the fall. Mouse was so disappointed on Saturday when she didn't get to play soccer. She has no real clue how to play actual soccer, to be honest, but she loves the drills and games her coaches have the kids do each Saturday.

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    1. Candace - It's so fun watching the children play!

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  3. Oh my gosh, she is so adorable! The ball looks huge beside her!

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    1. Kathy - It is! I thought for sure they would use smaller balls. It's so funny when they have to rest their foot on the ball in between drills.

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  4. She is so sweet! It looks like she really enjoys being in the go all the time.

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    1. Darlene - She has so much energy ALL the time! Makes me feel my age. LOL

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  5. How cute is she??? I love these pictures! Thanks for sharing :)

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    1. Samantha - I wish I had better photos to share. I took a sideline seat this season and let her dad take over. I think it's been a good bonding experience for both of them.

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    1. Diane - This particular class is for 2 to 3 1/2 year olds. It's a parent/child class, which I really like. There aren't too many activities available for kids Mouse's age held on the weekends, which really sucks for working parents. It's worked out well that Mouse has taken to soccer so well (at least in terms of having fun :-) Which is what it is all about at this age).

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  7. She's gonna be a star! Our local leagues doesn't start til he's 3 :(

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    1. Stacy - I am glad this outfit starts at 2. It's so funny too, watching the kids play. You have the diva whose parents have her all decked out in shin guards and cleats (not required until they start playing competitively at age 5 or 6), the little boy who always runs to his mom even though his dad is playing with him, the wanderers, and more serious players, and everything in between. They are all so cute and the parents are very supportive of everyone.

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    1. Charlie - It'd be great if she sticks with it when she's older--she just might be a champion! ;-)

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  9. Aww. She reminds me of my daughter at that age!

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    1. Les - She certainly didn't get her energy from me! LOL

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    1. Steph - She does have a team T-shirt but it's like a dress on her. :-)

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  11. Oh my.... I know I have been out of touch for a while but I simply cannot believe this is your "little" girl!! She is absolutely adorable :)

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    1. Molly - When I think about the fact she's only 2, I remember just how young she is, and yet it does seem like she is getting big so fast.

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    1. Lisa - She really does love it. She can't wait to start up again for the Fall season.

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