Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Tee Time

Lesson One:

Always keep your head down.


Our meal ticket baby. Start 'em young and push push push. That's what Tiger's padre did anyway. Do you think he had a horrible childhood? Or do you think he happily practiced everyday for hours upon hours? But today, as he sits on his yacht with his model wife I'm sure he thinks it wasn't all that bad. Besides, Saturday morning cartoons are crap these days so why not practice.

9 comments:

Neurotic Att'y said...

My nieces and nephews had a little tiny set of real golf clubs that they used for lessons. Sophie so needs a set!

Bella Baby said...

Ok - you are freaking me out with all the coincidences! Are you my long lost twin?! lol. My hubby has joked - at least I think he is joking - that we are banking our retirement on Bella becoming a professional golfer. He says that the scholarships available for girls and women are way easier to get since it is less popular and a lot of them go unused. Not sure how true it is but she has a plastic set that she loves. I am sure if I show him this pic of your hubby he will take the day off and be on the course with Bella tomorrow for the real deal!!!

Anonymous said...

I just had a vision of my Christmas list getting longer. Watch out LPGA, here comes Sophie B!!!!!
G

Janice said...

Hey, you and my hubby have the same idea! I'll be rootin' for Sophie if she makes it big time in the LPGA!

So have you found a red coat?

Twin Mommy Law Chick said...

OMG, Michael wants to glue clubs into the kids' hands. But Ethan is set on being a basketball and football player too so I think the glued club would impede him. I think that we're onto something by banking on living through our kids though. Ethan is constantly bringing me his Hotwheels Audi A8 and telling me that's my car. It's a sign.

On a side note, the "real" clubs which are super adorable start at age 3. I'm thinking my kids' next birthday presents.

Susie PSU said...

Just make sure that yacht has a sleeping berth for you, too! Golf is so much fun. Start 'em young. Start 'em young...

Jonathan's Mommy said...

Bryan definitely wants to get Jonathan started on golf, too. Great for him if he is actually good at it and can support dear old mom, but more importantly, it is something they can do together and Mommy can go shopping!

Shana-Lynn said...

Way to go Sophie! Just remember we were your earliest fans when you make it to the LPGA!

Anonymous said...

too cute!!

Jenny