Robbie received some exciting news this past week. He is now helping coach the Columbia Blowfish baseball team! He is very excited and thankful for this neat opportunity. He found out on Wednesday morning and was asked to come afterschool that afternoon to turn in his resume, etc. When he got there they had already assigned him a locker and had practice clothes and a uniform ready for him! My mom and I took the boys to the first game this past Thursday night. They had a blast! Dale Murphy was there for a Palmetto Health fundraiser so that was neat. Of course, Tyler and Scott had no idea who he was but we got a baseball and Scott's baseball hat signed by him. Here are some pictures from the night:
They gave Robbie #21 not even knowing that this is his favorite number and his number in high school
Robbie walking out after they announced his name as one of the coaches
Scott enjoyed meeting the Blowfish baseball. Greyon walked right up to him later in the night but I didn't have the camera ready. He had no fear at all and the people around were amazed at how he just walked right up to him and wasn't scared.
After Greyson got his fill of walking up and down the stairs, he enjoyed dancing to the music
Switching gears a little...Tyler got his first set of golf clubs 2 weeks ago! He is a happy, proud little golfer. He drew a cute picture today and wrote "Golf Rules" on it! :)
Tyler and his buddy at golf lessons
Scott is really enjoying playing t-ball and he's doing really well
Greyson's little life is centered around balls! The child loves balls! Tyler and Scott were never into balls as much as he is at this age. But, I guess Greyson really doesn't have much of a choice, does he?! :)
After our backpacking trip, we drove to Columbia and then spent 10 happy days with all of our Hogue family. The kids are 3, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, and 14 now, wh...