Los Angeles, California: Our day was jam-packed with activity, and some actual jam. First stop was brunch in Atwater Village at The Village Bakery & Cafe. Lucy had toast with jam. Leo arrived in his baseball uniform and we went directly to the field for his T-Ball game.Our lefty bats right Lenny was the 3rd base coach today.
Leo scored every time he was up, but (I'm pretty sure) every kid scored every time they were up. (Dave thinks the score was 800 to 900.) In T-Ball, an inning is over when every player has batted once. Outs and runs are not scored. No one keeps score because no one can count that high.One happy boy (and his sister) Lisa, adjusting all the dingle-balls hidden inside the netting of Lucy's tutu Lucy, second from left, was the tiniest dancer. Again.
Lucy did very well and showed not an ounce of stage fright. She owned her performance... yet notice not one girl is doing the same thing (at the same time) in this photo. They are three.
Our day continued. After the performance and every dancer getting on the stage for a group bow, we went to pizza, finally relaxed a bit, and rehashed our favorite moments from Leo's game and Lucy's recital. Then, Lisa and Lenny went to a party and we took the kids back to our hotel for a sleep-over.
Until my next update, I remain, your Bragging Bubbe correspondent.