Next Stop London 2012?

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Yummy Mummy is *officially* a soccer mom! For the last few months my little man has joined a little league of soccer super stars (ahem toddlers) and while the kids don't actually play any "real" games they do have an awesome time running around trying to kick the balls into an extra large net. Every week I am tempted to bring orange slices and Gatorade for our hard working players but then I remember that they are only two and the there is plenty of soccer games in our future. Maybe London 2012 is an impossibility (that damn age restriction) but as with most sports it's really about how you look playing isn't it? Hmmm at least that's what I told myself all those years ago when I was on the team (sadly a varsity player I was not.) Well, as you can see these boys have the look down pat... now if I could just get my little man to stop using his hands!





These awesome pictures were taken by Jaimie Arnold of Jaimie Arnold photography. If you live in Mass and are thinking of having portraits taken, trust me this is your girl! Her website can be found here.


7 comments :

Grams said...

Great photos! I love the image of you as a soccer mom. I must say, I don't miss all those athletics practices. Not too much anyway.

Fashionable Mama said...

is that them? OMG, they are adorable.

Can't wait until pixie starts some kind of sport, or perhaps it'll be ballet. we'll see.

thanks for sharing such adorable pics.

lunarossa said...

Fantastic photos. LM looks the part. A mini David Beckham. In spite of his missus, I love the guy. Maybe World Cup in Brazil 2014? Ciao. A.

The Missus said...

LOL! SO CUTE!!!!

Julie Q said...

First off, hottest soccer mom EVER.
and 2nd. Those pictures are the most adorable shots EVER! Cute little men.

designed harmony said...

oh-my-goodness-me - that is just too much adorable in one go! Love, love LOVE the team uniform!

ThatGirl39 said...

Those pictures are fantastic! LM is all kitted out and ready for some serious soccer action! Keep him training and when he turns professional and goes off on his world tour, you can come over for the England leg and stay! x