Monday, August 17, 2009

life lessons learned on the court

~ most problems can indeed be solved with a quick match of rock paper scissors
~ when it comes to goals, always shoot high

~ good friends can be chosen by their ability to match cool hip shoes with their chosen ensemble


~when you find yourself on defense,
always make your opponent smile








~ finally
if your mom catches an expression on your face that looks exactly the same as it did when you were two....you will score not only a happy meal but also an icecream on the way home from said basketball camp



14 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is so sweet and awesome!
Cindy Lou

Jboo said...

Such a sweet and beautiful girl! And talented on the b-ball court too, isn't she! Have a great week.

Janet

Farmgirl Paints said...

Great pics Paige. She is just so adorable. How do you not just squeeze her constantly??

My oldest plays basketball too. It's so fun to watch.

Thanks for your sweet comments the other day. You always bless me:)

Lissa said...

cute, cute, CUTE!

Kasey said...

cutest girl on the court....
xo

Cstargel said...

Precious! All of your girls are so talented!

the wild raspberry said...

what a sweetie...i love how they are all smiling and cute...wouldn't find that with a bunch of boys playing ball....oh no you wouldn't!
have a great day
chasity

Sherry S. said...

Paige, I think she is following in your footsteps as the girl with the best legs.

Firefly Hill said...

She is just darling and she looks so strong and athletic!
xo,

annie

3 Peanuts said...

She is so incredibly adorable...I am afraid I would spoil this cutie pie. My favorite lesson is to make your opponent smile. That is key to life:)

Johnson Party of seven! said...

Is it WRONG that I am looking at her little body saying to myself, " what I wouldn't give for legs and abs like hers!"? Oh My!!!!

Jeanneoli said...

I loved basketball camps. I played ball for years and loved it. I was co-captain of my HS team. Sweet post and great photos. I hope she is having a wonderful time. I wonder if I could even make a basket anymore????

debra said...

Cute- I love getting glimpses of my daughter that remind be of the younger days.

Jen Kershner said...

Don't you just wish you could keep them this age? You is such a sweetie pie. I'm trying to convince my Emma to cut her hair short and I'm going to use your little one as an example!