Wednesday, October 29, 2008

The end of soccer season!

Soccer season ended last weekend and I am finally posting some pics of my boys playing. The first picture says it all. This is how Ben feels after he has been forced to stay at the soccer fields for about 4 hours. Sometimes I feel the same.
You will probably notice that I am much better at taking action shots during Sam's games than during Max's. Sam's games move as a much slower pace than Max's games.




Here is Sam and Luke cheering on the team. For those of you who do not know, we found out this weekend that Jolyn is expecting again and it is a little girl. She is due in late March.

Here is Sam's team. Everyteam got medals, but these little guys were especially excited about them!


Here is Max's team. These guys crack me up. They think they are so big and do things like chest bump after each goal. They don't keep score at this age, but I don't believe we would have lost one game even if they did keep score!






Max and his good buddy Mark!
Sorry about this shot, I am so slow on the trigger that I missed the ball!


I enjoy being a little league mom, but by the time these seasons are over I can't say that I am that upset! Spring season will be here before we know it!

5 comments:

Kara said...

Looks fun, can't wait until we can do it next year!

Leslie said...

Cute pictures!

The Garvie Family said...

Great pictures! I love the first one of Ben...that is what I feel like most of the time at soccer games. Max's team has some pretty flashy uniforms.

Dawn said...

You are the woman--sitting through all those games. Only one child played soccer one time and that was enough for her! And you might try setting your camera on burst to take multiple shots of action events. Course you have to change the settings before hand, etc. And here I am giving unsolicited advice. sorry.....

Becky said...

Although I love watching them play, I, too, did not weep buckets of tears over not having to spend half of every Saturday at the soccer field. But I'll be ready again come spring!