It’s been awhile since I’ve shared photos of my grands. I’m still amazed that five grandchildren have graced my life in the past two and a half years. Since I have writer’s block and can’t think of anything to say, I will default to my little team of kiddos. There’s always something to say about them.
Here’s my starting five line-up:
Hudson, AKA Hud Bud.
He is our starting center, because, well, he started it all and he’s used to being in the center.
Strengths: Tall, most experienced, smart and in-charge.
Needs to work on: Passing the ball and not beating up on teammates.
Elijah, AKA Eli.
This guy is our power forward. Don’t get in his way.
Strengths: Size, strength and having his own personal gym.
Needs to work on: Not crying when he gets fouled.
Eleanor, AKA Ella.
This little lady is a force on the court.
Strengths: Enthusiasm, spirit, and determination.
Needs to work on: Control. And how to dribble while holding three purses.
Charlie, AKA Charlie-boy.
He’s our speedy point guard.
Strengths: Quickness, especially if there is a dog nearby. And well-defined muscles.
Needs to work on: Being a little more aggressive. In a nice way.
And last but not least, Evie, AKA Evie-girl.
She rounds out the team by being the other guard, but she’s secretly holding out to be replaced so she can become head cheerleader.
Strengths: Always looks good on the court.
Needs to work on: Lowering the decibel of her screams.
There you have it, folks.
It looks like a good season.
Opa and Nonnie are cheering them on!