A few days later, Jack had the best moment of his life: He threw out the first pitch at the Angels game. We gave him the brick below as a special gift to remember the day. The brick will be laid in front of Angels Stadium as a part of their Brick Project for charity. It was an extra special day as cousin Trevor was honorary bat boy as well.
Shortly after 4th of July, Jack and I took a solo road trip to see Nana and Poppa George, as well as Aunt Onie, Aunt Norma and cousins Matt and Eric. JD enjoyed swimming with his older cousins, and going to Poppa George's concert in the park in Kingsburg.
A few days later, Jack went to his first ever sleep away camp. Here he is at Forest Home with his friends Garret and Grant. They had a blast.
Jenelle is enjoying her new summer camp as well, including their field trip to Knotts Berry Farm.
In late July, District 30 was host to a Little League Travel Ball team from Victoria, Australia. Our travel team from Tustin Eastern got to play the Kangaroos in a friendship game.
Here is a recent photo of Jenelle, taken by Aunt Debbie. She is such a young lady now, as opposed to a baby girl. Her beauty amazes me.
And Brett and I finally got to see U2 in concert at Anaheim Stadium. Brett got me the tickets two years ago, but the concert had been postponed due to Bono's (the lead singer) back injury. The concert was amazing.