Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Soccer Time

Saturday Morning we were up bright and early and on the way to Birmingham to see Elliott play soccer. I am thankful for patient coaches...watching four year olds play soccer is akin to herding cats.

That is Elliott right in front of the coach.

He was having fun!

After the game was over we went to lunch at Tip Top Grill in Hoover.

Yes it is at the Tip Top of a Bluff over looking Birmingham. The neighborhood where Ben and Katy live is actually named Bluff Park.  I do not like heights so I was thankful for the fence.

Baylor loved it....he smiled the whole time we were there as the breeze kept ruffling his hair.

We love our special boy!

Nana and the Grimmlins. I was helping to keep Baylor in place but poor Elliott was getting squished. Margaret was wearing her favorite shirt from her cousin, Gabby. It has Bacon on it and My sweet Marg loves her some bacon.

It was a fun morning with family. We will be off to see Hudson play soccer this evening!


Anonymous said...

Looks like beautiful weather for your visit. Love all your little ones and it does my heart good to see Baylor smiling so big! Happy May!

Robin in Virginia said...

Arlene, I chuckled over your comparison of the 4 year olds playing soccer and herding cats. It looked like a great outing for everyone. I'm with Margaret with bacon. Enjoy the soccer adventure this evening.

Karen said...

Happy May Day! Tis the season for the kids to be out in the fresh air having fun. I loved seeing their smiles.

Susie said...

So cute to see the pictures. We love our little kids. I think we have more patience with them. Blessings, xoxo, Susie
p.s. love the shirt

Terri D said...

The kids look great (you do too!)! I remember going to our son's soccer games. He was a teen. I spent more time watching the field beside his where the little 4-5-year-olds were playing. SO much fun!! Some of them get it and others are completely lost. Yes, bless those coaches!!

Mari said...

What a fun time, and such sweet photos!

Dianna said...

Love the picture of you and your Grands, Arlene!

Sandi said...


Sweet photos, Arlene!