Playing ball (coaching) 5:00 
Tee ball game. We played one of the teams from the part of town that must be really serious about baseball, at their home field. It's actually pretty cool, it seems like it's not just parents who are there watching (or one parent, as is often the case for us) but grandparents, aunts and uncles, cousins, and probably second cousins thrice removed. They have someone DJing from a phone or something, with a pretty loud speaker. Before each kid gets up to swing they play a clip of an announcer saying, "Now batting, number 8, Lukas!" and then each kid had their own walk up song! They definitely make it fun for the players.
We only had five today, and most of the time only four were playing because one didn't feel well. That meant for a pretty fast game but it also meant more action for each kid in the field. They seemed to have a good time but it's a bit of a mystery to me why they are still confused about the one play we want them to make: throw the ball to first. Maybe by the end of the season they'll have it figured out.