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T-ball ninja

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Last week, Marek insisted on wearing a ninja bandana instead of a baseball cap to T-ball. Of course, I said yes, because who doesn't want to be a T-ball ninja?

Come on — fer reals — we all do, but somewhere along the way we're told that something like that is inappropriate. I hate that about us. I love that children just do whatever they want to.

I also love that if he did get a second glance from somebody, all they said was "Aw, cute."

At what age does cute turn into weird? Cuz I hate that age. I want Marek to do his thing for as long as he can, so I say yes to T-ball ninja outfits, stripes and plaid, and kriss-kross pants. I don't care what anybody says, and neither should he.

Enjoy your kid freedom, Marek! T-ball ninjas rule!

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What you got there is a free spirit! I hope he stays that way, too!

Darling photos. I agree, “Aw, cute.”




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