Friday, August 1, 2008

Photostory Friday

PhotoStory Friday
Hosted by Cecily and MamaGeek

Last week was a tough one for us Daddy wise. J was gone just about the whole week. He was at a conference Tue Night though Friday morning. The other nights he had to be down at our baseball fields because we had the Little League District tournament for 9-10 year olds. He even missed two of The Boy's games because of the tournament. I was becoming a bear feeling like a single mother. J made it to The Boy's tournament on Saturday night. Peanut Butter was so excited to have Daddy, but the they decided they needed him to take book, so she headed in the dugout with him.

Learning the ins and out of book keeping.



Just hanging with Daddy catching the game.

Baseball is over in two weekends. As much as I enjoy watching what parts of the game I get to see. I will be very happy when it is over and the time it demands from J. I'm sure PB will be too.

26 comments:

Cecily R said...

That first shot is perfection. I LOVE the way he is leaning over to listen to her.

I'm glad you see the light at the end of the tunnel with baseall, and that you're enjoying it while you go.

Fab PSF!!

Sharon said...

Adoreable! I love daddy/daughter pictures. It's hard to find a greater love than a father for his daughter and vice-versa.

Ryanne said...

Those are great pictures. He has the time to look and listen to her during the game. That is sweet!

Carrie and Troy Keiser said...

Great pictures... so sweet the way he is 'splaining it!

Working mum said...

Aww, how cute! Daddy and daughter stuff, love it!

Susie said...

Great job surviving the week as a single mom! Those pictures are adorable. Something about daddy/daughter time that just makes life so much sweeter.
Great PSF!

MamaGeek said...

That last shot just totally gives me permasmirk! Especially from that angle. Well done!

Alexandria said...

Awesome pictures! I always enjoy looking at your PSFs. Your daughter is so beautiful!

Peter Dyrholm said...

great photos :-) nothing beats daddy time :-) being one myself I can reveal that I love it too ;-)

Fishsticks and Fireflies said...

Beautiful! I too hate feeling like a single mom - especially since I am married!

JennWasHere said...

Dad and I used to have dates, too, and now that he's in heaven, I miss him so much!

I also have posted my PSF. You can read it HERE.

Happy Friday!

Susan said...

I love it! I can't wait until my little girl is old enough to have daddy times like that.

Chas said...

Awe, what sweet touching moments. Those are the ones that touch even the most hardened parts of your heart.

countrymouse said...

oh my gosh how adorable! I love her little feet dangling off the bench.

I found you through Aprils blog, this is a cute place..ill have to read more!

Thanks for the adorable picture!

Tiaras & Tantrums said...

Very VERY sweet!!!

MomOf3 said...

I am a sucker for daddy and daughter pictures. This is so sweet! Happy PSF!

Chris said...

There's not much that we dads like better than knowing our little girls want to spend time with us. That first shot is my favorite.

photomommy said...

great photos.

I love the first one!

Thanks for stopping by!

Lindsay said...

I can totally relate - My DH plays fast-pitch once a week, but like you said, it would be different if we could actually WATCH the game....it's more work for me to go out and watch, but he likes it when we come...and it's almost over! :-)

Rachel said...

Awww -- I love watching daddy/daughter relationships. They're just so sweet!

Thanks for stopping by.

Krystyn said...

Thanks for visiting...aren't daddy's girls the best?

lisaschaos said...

She always looks so little and cute!

I hated those times of having to a single mom for a while, always so nice when daddy can help out!

angie said...

Love that first shot, too.

I'm not looking forward to sports with my boys. It's just so. time. consuming! :)
Thanks so much for stopping by my blog!

Missy said...

What a great story! Such sweet photos!

Casey's trio said...

What cute pictures of a girl with her dad!

imbeingheldhostage said...

I MISS BASEBALL. With that said, great shot-- I'm with Cecily r!