Fiona had a great time Saturday at her classmate’s birthday party at the Doylestown Rock Gym. As usual, she was fearless and shot right up the wall.
She seemed to really like working her way up the wall using the “rocks,” as she especially liked the ride back down to the ground. They also climbed rope ladders and rope nets.
The gym offers a day camp and Fiona said she’d like to try it, so maybe we’ll add that to her summer schedule.
(Oh yeah, we’ll just squeeze it in along with gymnastics camp, baseball camp, a solo visit to Aunt Jo & Uncle Keban’s, a few weeks at CEC, a visit to Quebec City.)
CLICK HERE for more photos of Fiona rock climbing.
Owen had another fencing tournament this weekend. A couple of months ago, he fenced generally the same group of kids and finished third. He improved to finish second in this tournament, knocking off the #1 seed in the semi-finals.
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In between birthday parties and fencing, there were baseball games. And then there were more baseball games. And, I think after that, we went to MORE baseball games.
Fiona is a stand-out slugger in t-ball, although she sometimes spaces out when she’s supposed to be catching the ball at first and insists on throwing it back to the catcher softball-style; Owen is a legendary hitter in minors and has developed into an outstanding catcher (one of his best attributes as a catcher is his ability to manage the pitchers and get them to throw strikes) and Jack did it all this weekend in rec and travel: catcher, pitcher, third base and I lost count of the number of hits.
CLICK HERE for a collection of the weekend’s baseball photos.