Quoting Cheeks mom:" He sounds like he actually might just be very smart and serious. Maybe try telling him "If you keep practicing ... [snip!] ... what I was experiencing was the norm. I can't believe he's only three and does that though! Sounds more like a teenager, lol"
He is very smart, and he's used to being able to figure things out quickly. I think that's why he got so frustrated last night, all of the other kids could dribble at least a little but he just kept bouncing it off his feet, lol. But yeah, he gets shy and embarassed and will smile and look away. I'm having a hard time with this, lol. I told him that with practice he will get better and we will practice at home so he will be able to do it for his game (one is tomorrow). I'm at work now, I hope DH is working with him at home. I just worry that he won't even want to practice and I don't want to punish him but I also will not allow him to quit. I want him to enjoy the experience.