Erin had her last softball game on thursday evening. I'm both happy and sad that it's over, because it created quite a full schedule for us for the past two months, but Erin always enjoyed it and I met several really nice parents there. And because none of the kids on Erin's team go to her school, I doubt I'll see much of them in the future.
Kate and Allison enjoyed softball season too. They spent a lot of time with a teammate's older brother Chad, above, and another teammate has twin 3 year-old sisters who I never seemed to be around every time I had my camera with me. I will try to keep in touch with them.
I have been impressed that Erin really did her best with softball. She very enthusiastically attended every practice and game and asked to practice at home many times too. Erin seemed neither happy or sad that she's had her last game because I think she's moved on already. She has been talking about summer and the dance and tennis lessons she and the twins will be taking. I wonder if she'll want to play softball again next spring. I mentioned to her that some girls play softball all the way through high school and college too, and she responded, "I think I'm going to be a cheerleader in high school instead." Good grief.