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Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Take Me Out To the Ball Game

Yesterday was Opening Day for the Seattle Mariners - and the kids got all dressed up in their uniforms to celebrate the day.

 We're ready for the game
 Play ball !!!!

 Sally Jo is taking pictures of everyone

 Poppy and Abbey wave their penants



 Bat, ball, cap, sneakers - yep, Donnie is ready.

 Hurray for the home team!


 We won!
 High Five!
 Let's go over and see if Diane and her dolls want to join the next game.
Do you have a favorite baseball team?

12 comments:

Peggy Jones said...

Absolutely precious. Love the closeups that show the freckles.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

That is AMAZING! You've really outdone yourself this time! They even have numbers on the back! How cool is that! And caps!!! And where did you find a little camera...you know my girls will want to take pics of your kids! The little 'Keds' are very sweet too. I love them. And my doll needs a beach scene behind her today. Have FUN!!! Play BALL! Hugs, Diane

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Donnie's wee sneakers are so cute!

J said...

This is just CUTE! What adorable baseball uniforms and what a creative setting to show everybody off!

Tom said...

girl's baseball league?

Small City Scenes said...

Cute. I bet fun was had by all---including you.
MB

Nora @ Teacup Tales said...

Love the old fashion pinstripe uniforms!

Lorrie said...

How cute your girls are! Love the pinstripes!

Lowcarb team member said...

Oh I do like this ... all of your photo's have made me smile ... what a happy Thursday morning I'm having, thank you.

Hope your day is good too

All the best Jan

Powell River Books said...

We tend to spread the wealth. We are headed down to Corvallis, Oregon, today to watch women's softball for three days. And of course, we watch the Mariners on TV or in spring training. - Margy

Julie Fukuda said...

UNBELIEVABLE!

Kay said...

Oh, what fun! And they even have their own equipment! What does the "B" on their caps stand for?