I hope Sailor is right handed for a number of reasons...Mostly because she got her 1st softball glove and they only had right handed ones. You also can not play 2nd base if you are Left handed, not that she has to play 2nd base but it is very difficult to do this. Mom, Dad, Joe and I were discussing this topic and Mom and I decided the world is really designed for right handed people. Anyway, I don't have a huge problem with this because really the only thing I do left handed is write. Well I pitched in school a little left handed but this posed a problem because once the other team found out that I could not throw overhanded well Left handed all they did was bunt towards third and this was a bigger problem if the 3rd baseman did not get there. I am rambling but I have thought about this. I watch her play with things and try to figure out which she will be but I am not sure if you can tell at this stage. If anyone knows feel free to let me in on this. I have not researched it yet! Who knows she may not even be interested in softball but it won't be because she doesn't have a glove!
Sailor with her glove. This was her most special Christmas present from her daddy and me. I ordered it a little late and it was actually delivered on my birthday. She did not get to open it on Christmas but it came in a really cute box with a bow. Sailor is wearing her New York Yankees bib in the picture. Colton got this for her. She also has a onesie, blanket, shoes and hat to match. Tara, I thought Connor might like this. I wasn't sure if he has decided on the Yankees or the Braves?
Her glove is so cute. It is personalized with her name and birthdate. It is just like a real glove. It actually looks just like a small version of mine. We can't wait to watch her play with it. We sing the song "Put me in coach" all the time. I think it is one of her favorites!