This just isn't right. He can not be old enough for football camp. That means mine is old enough and I'm not ready for that.He looks adorable! ahem, I mean handsome, no, tough. Tough, rugged, unstoppableArrrr!
Oh, what great pictures. I love your comment about pose---I mean stance!I guess football can be fun and bittersweet all at the same time, huh?
Lori - I know! So hard to believe!Vikki - Football was a blast to watch but you are right - a little bittersweet too.
I love the blue "eyeblack." So tough!
My little one (age 4) has been on an extended growth spurt. I hardly recognize him. Seeing these pictures makes me think football might be a good idea for him in a few years.Here, and probably all over, it seems like martial arts are the thing. What's your take?
He looks like a natural! I think he's my favorite football player, too.
They are all giants except him!!?? But absolutely freakin cute.
Oh my gosh! I love love LOVE the eye black (or blue?) lol Too cute!
de - He did karate for a year. It's good exercise plus it teaches discipline and respect in a way that we really liked. The schedule and the location of the karate place were a challenge for us at the time and that is the reason we didn't continue. I think karate is a great thing for kids to do though.
Love, love, love the photos! P must be so proud!
That is just too cute! I know football camp isn't supposed to be cute, but they're so little...and it's cute!
This is the one thing that I will miss about being a mama to girls. No football camp. Go, Shark Boy, go!
OMG. That is SO cute! Especially since it's not my kid getting tackled. ;-)
Who knew football could be so adorable?
Football already? It's not even August yet.Adorable pics, especially the one where he's covering his mouth. There's just something about it that makes me smile. Thanks for sharing these, 'cause I really needed to smile today.
Fantastic photographs! We usually do soccer camp, but my boys missed out this year on account of our holidays!
WOW! My son was traumatized on the playground with football so he won't play. :(He's into soccer. I love your shots though and the victory lap is priceless.
Awww...I'm quite partial to little blonde guys who play football!
Thanks for visiting my website. Your son looks like he's going to give them all a run for their money in football.I am learning more and more with each football practice but I almost passed out when the coach yelled that the object of football is hitting. Are we reversing ten years of my teaching my children not to hit?? Do you think I'll ever get used to this game or am I too much of a sissy? Don't answer.
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