Little Days Lacrosse

If there is one thing that is certain, our boys will spend a lot of time around the sport of lacrosse. No one is saying they have to play, but as two former college lacrosse players, we get itchy every March to get to the first games of the season. When our alma mater is within day trip difference, you can count on us to be there. Parents of players who neither Mark or I know, have heard of my cheering voice. I am the real life version of Coach Yoast's daughter from Remember the Titans (around 1:56).  

The good news is Behr has a blast playing lacrosse (or any sport) right now and he has no idea that he is the little guy. When a group of 5-7 year olds are playing, Behr jumps right in as if he is big enough to hang, and usually he does. We are having a blast watching him enjoy sports. And look forward to tossing his baby brother into the mix.
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  1. That picture of Behr clutching the ball is just priceless!!

    I just came to check on twitter to see if you were in labor yet (We love this day, since its Olivia's birthday!) Hope its soon for you! :)

  2. Hi! I've taken my daughter, Hannah, to the park a few times this week and putting her in the infant swing. She loves it. I love the screeching and belly laughs that come out of her while she's swinging. She's not quite mobile yet at 9 months, but she enjoys sitting in the grass, pulling it out of the ground and attempting to crawl. It's been such a relief to not have to dress her up too much and worry whether or not she's warm enough.

  3. This is so adorable! My husband played lacrosse in college and I am so excited for this part when I have kids.



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