Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Wordful Wednesday

*Wordful Wednesday is for those of us that like to showcase a photo(s) but that just can’t seem keep our mouths shut about it (them).

It's that time when you have to forgo all the cool spontaneous weekends away.
When your life becomes second to sports.
Yep people we have entered competitive sports.
Soccer to be exact.
We signed the girls up last week for pee wee soccer
and then in two weeks we will sign up for AYSO.
They have their first practice tonight.

We took the girls out this weekend to practice up on their skills.
I must say they are pretty skilled for almost 4 year olds.
We might have to contact David Beckham's rep
and see if any spots are opening up on the LA Galaxy.

But seriously how cute are those bouncing pony tails???

Head on over to Angie's for more fun!


Cecily R said...

They look like they are SO ready for soccer!! And those bouncy piggies...swoon!

Muthering Heights said...

They look like little pros already! :)

Annie said...

They look so excited for soccer.

Anonymous said...

Those bouncing pony tails are seriously cute! Congrats on the new sounds like fun!

Casey's trio said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE the new header! Good luck on the new aports adventures...can't wait to hear all about it:)

Anonymous said...

Yep! Seriously cute for sure! :). Hope they had fun at practice!

Alicia said...

They will have so much fun!! Soccer is so so fun to watch at this age!

blueviolet said...

That's a really pretty park to practice in too!

Missy (Two Little Monkeys) said...

How much fun! I know your girls will love it!
PS - I LOVE your new header! Your girls are beautiful!

Allison said...

Very cute. My son loves to play soccer too. It's so much fun to watch them play.

Elaine A. said...

We (I mean my 5 yr old) just started soccer too. First game is this Saturday! Should be fun to watch.

And yes, the bouncy pony tails are cute! :)

angie said...

They look like they are REALLY good at it!

Krystyn said...

What a beautiful open part to practice kicking in. And watching their little pony tails bounce.