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A Lesson for CJ
Every kid deserves a grandpa like CJ.
By: Daniel LaFrance on December 29, 2014
Aren't grandparents wonderful! Heeheehee!
By: mimi on December 29, 2014
Delightful account! Watching baseball has become much better with the advent of cameras able to catch the movement of pitches, but baseball is still best observed in person--especially in a smaller ballpark.
By: Jerry E. Beuterbaugh on December 29, 2014
One of those moments you will always remember. And probably he does, even though he was only 5. The time that the whole stadium listened to him! Great story!
By: Jenny on December 29, 2014
this is priceless! I loved Beaver baseball games.....those were the good old days! Happy 2015 to you!
By: Kathe W. on December 29, 2014
Gee--that must be the FIRST time a kid ever embarrassed his parents!!
By: fishducky on December 29, 2014
It could have been worse. I've heard of some guy who threw a half-filled cup of beer from the upper deck at Yankee Stadium. Or so I heard.
By: Al Penwasser on December 29, 2014
too dang cute!!! sweet!
By: TexWisGirl on December 29, 2014
Damn funny story!
By: Cranky on December 29, 2014
It sounds like a quote from my daughter would be appropriate, "Don't embarrass me Dad." You could turn this around and apply it to CJ.
By: red on December 29, 2014
Those peanuts are the best. I'm not sure why, but they are.
By: Rick Watson on December 29, 2014
That is just totally priceless. Loved it.
By: Akansas Patti on December 29, 2014
Splendid story! CJ is a fast student of the game as well!
By: Tom Cochrun on December 29, 2014
I wish my kids had spent more time with my dad. Love, Janie
By: Janie Junebug on December 29, 2014
Fooled me. I was worried about the peanut shells. Like maybe he wanted to pick them all up next time.
By: Val on December 29, 2014
Awe what a great story, how much fun that would have been. You're right, definitely much better than reading about this winter stuff. Just glad today was pretty good, the sun came out and it was pretty warm.
By: Hey Monkey Butt on December 29, 2014
Ah, the wonderful - often risquÃ© - things that grandpas teach our kids. Nice story to bring in the New Year. Have a good one.
By: Bryan Jones on December 30, 2014
Great story which brought tears to my eyes. :)
By: John on December 30, 2014
How adorable! I loved this, and I think you'd better re-post that circus story too. I'm wishing you, Mrs.Chatterbox, and CJ a wonderful 2015!
By: Lexa Cain on December 30, 2014
Oops. I know my grands have learned some things from me that my daughter would just as well forget too. tee hee
By: Oma Linda on December 30, 2014
Embarrassment can quickly turn to pride, eh? Great story. Now I want you to take us all to the circus.
By: Hilary on December 30, 2014
That's a classic, Stephen. And just what I needed as the forecast says it's going to snow here for a couple of days.
By: Catalyst on December 30, 2014
Ha! That made Dr. M and me laugh out loud :)
By: The Bug on December 30, 2014
It could have been a lot more embarrassing!
By: Pixel Peeper on December 30, 2014
Ha ha, that's funny. I never had a Granddad, which is something that quite often saddens me. Happy New Year to you!
By: LL Cool Joe on January 1, 2015
congrats on your POTW!
By: TexWisGirl on January 1, 2015
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