Thursday, March 3, 2011

Sports Gal

This morning I was helping Xander learn how to dribble a basketball. We worked together for several minutes on the kitchen floor. He had the biggest grin on his face as he was able to rapidly go from no dribbling ability to some dribbling ability. At one point I looked over at Sophi and jokingly asked, "Are you going to play basketball some day?" Xander laughed out loud and said, "Sophi can't play basketball...." Christi started to say, "Well maybe she could stand on one foot and..." At that point Xander finished his statement: "...cuz she's 2!"

What a beautiful way to look at his little sister. The sky's the limit for both of those kids!!!

Jer

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