I saw Annie throwing a ball in our back yard with her right hand. The throws weren’t that good (even for a four-year-old), so I suggested Annie throw it with her left hand, since she is left-handed in every other activity. That was definitely all it took, and now she’s throwing like a champ (even when she’s throwing a random yarn pom pom).
March 28th, 2014Comments: 6
Her face!!!! She is so expressive and entertaining. Not sure where that trait came from.
Debbie A-H says:
That’s some intensity on that cute face!
A future softball player!
That yarn ball looks ghostly! I have been inspired by you and I procured a sewing machine and have made 5 kitchen curtain panels and 3 decorative pillow covers in the last 3 days! Starting a flannel quilt this weekend. I admit, embarrassingly, that I’m 40 and this is the first time (since 7th grade home ec) that I’ve ever used a sewing machine and I’m addicted! I now look at everything and think “I can make that!” Although I’m sure I need a lot more practice.
That is AWESOME! Good for you! I totally think I can make everything now, too. My family makes fun of me!
Yarn balls are much fun! I love how determined she looks and puts all her concentration into the task at hand.