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Well, Bryce survived his first day of soccer! It was hysterical watching the kids figure out which way to run and where to score! Some of them would run right past the goal and into the next field. Bryce and one other boy on his team seemed to be in their own world...lol...they had no idea a game was going on! Bryce would run off the field to give me a kiss! Oh and my husband decided to volunteer me to coach, since the real coach will have to miss three of the practices...stay tuned!
Okay, so my 3-and-a-half year-old son Bryce begins soccer for the first time tomorrow. I must admit I'm dreading this. I came across these "10 commandments of soccer moms" on Yahoo and figured I'd share them. Wish me luck!!!
1. Thou shalt not spend less than $50 per child on gear before walking on to the soccer field. Even if thou has a preschooler.
2. Thou doth not showest up in old college sweatshirts and Adidas wind pants to soccer games – thou showers, curls the hair, dons make-up and wears cute capris and wedges. If it is rainy, thou may wear Hunter rain boots and a stylish cap.
3. Thou scours the Internet to find her player soccer socks in complimentary colors to the team jersey and name. For the Ladybugs, black and white polka dot socks are procured to go with the red jersey. For the Honeybees, yellow ...
I swore I would never become a soccer mom...EVER! Well that all changed last night when I signed up my three-and-a-half year-old son Bryce for the Brick soccer league's kiddie team. I am already envisioning my Saturday mornings sitting in a beach chair on a field with a million other parents shouting at their kids to, "run this way, that way, kick the ball." I'm not sure this is a good idea...jokingly. I will have to tame the competitive athlete in myself to keep my mouth shut. I may even have to put duct tape over it and tie my hands down so I don't become "ONE OF THOSE PARENTS!" I am secretly hoping he doesn't like it so I will selfishly have my Saturday's back! Ha..ha! Are you a soccer mom??? Do you love it or regret it???? Be honest!!!
To keep kids entertained during your Super Bowl bash, plan a few games they can enjoy
By Jennifer Brozak
For many football fans, hosting a Super Bowl Sunday party is an annual tradition, complete with friends, family and a smorgasbord of food and drinks. But, while the adults are perfectly satisfied with chomping on chicken wings and opining on those multimillion-dollar, 30-second commercial spots, children can quickly become fidgety and bored as the game’s six-hour television coverage rolls on. The solution? Plan a variety of active games that even the youngest fans at the party can enjoy.
Hot Potato (aka “Hot Football”)
The classic game Hot Potato—or, in this case, Hot Football—is the perfect game for children of all ages to enjoy at a Super Bowl party, says Scott Danberg, director of fitness at Pritikin Longevity Center & ...
My 3-year-old son Bryce made my jaw drop the other night. He was sitting on the couch watching TV and yelled to me, "Dianne, get me a drink!" I said, "WHAAAAAATTTT??? I was floored! Besides calling me by my first name instead of mommy, he demanded I get him a drink??? My husband and I burst out laughing, but it was mortifying when I picked him up from pre-school and he greeted me by saying "Hi Dianne!" The look on the teachers' faces was priceless! He does call my husband Kevin too. We correct him and he knows we are mommy and daddy, but he still calls us by our first names--at times. I can only imagine what he'll be calling us when he becomes a teen!
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