Your sports kids are sure to love these personalized holiday gifts from Etsy that are super cool and fun!
At a recent baseball game I was sitting with some other families in the bleachers. My son was up to bat and I said softly, “Get a touchdown Drew.” One of the moms elbowed me and said, “Umm, you know we’re at a baseball game, right?” I had no idea what I had said until I replayed it in my head.
There’s nothing I hate more than being cold. Nothing. So I will prepare myself with every gadget and gizmo the world offers, for warmth at my kids’ outdoor sporting events even if I look like I’m going to the Arctic. Yes, they’ll tease me, but who will be laughing last when they’re freezing at the night game and I’m toasty warm?
Plate Crate is a monthly subscription service from which you can order a box of baseball goodies for your kid, and it comes in the mail.
November 4th was National Coach Appreciation day. Did you even know that was a thing? Well, I didn’t and the day has already come and gone. But now that I know, I will have to send out some belated thank-you emails to a few people who need to know that I appreciate them.
I think most of us have had to deal with having fill-in players join our teams for a game or two. In general, it can be a great thing. It’s nice to know that you won’t have to forgo playing because a player can’t make it on a certain weekend, and it’s just part of the “business”.
Despite the fact that engaging in sports, such as ice skating and tennis fitness training, can benefit the entire family, some parents refrain from letting their kids play youth sports for one reason or another.
Football games are fun and exciting atmospheres. The cheering of the crowds, the anticipation of each snap, and the roars after each touchdown. It really is a great experience. Sometimes though, the cost of going to a game can be daunting.
Are you looking for some new and fresh baseball gear to wear?
For all of you new baseball parents out there asking yourselves the question, “When will my son grow taller?”, I have some advice: STOP. Seriously, just stop asking and stop thinking about it. I’m a parent of one of those kids, I’ve asked myself that same question over and over …