Which means what exactly? You’ll have to excuse me, but while I’ve heard this term a-plenty, I’m not quite sure if I fit the bill. If it means being anything like some of the side-line mamas I had the ‘pleasure’ of meeting this past weekend.
Now, don’t get me wrong – not all of the other soccer moms creeped me out. I even met another mom who I clicked with instantly. We’re totally going to be soccer mom BFF’s and talk about beer and gardening and gossip about the crazies yelling (‘cheering’) at their 3 year olds on the side-line or directly IN. THE. FIELD. (Get off the field women. Jeebus.)
Also…it’s not that I don’t (or that I didn’t my first game in), plan on cheering my boy on from the sidelines. Of course. But there is such a thing as over-kill and I witnessed such in all of it’s shining glory this past weekend. In the form of a couple of dads too I might add. They’re 3. Chill the eff out. Let them have fun.
All in all we had a lot of fun and Wyndham LOVED it. As the pictures below attest to. The coach is rad, although he looked a little overwhelmed at not only having to reel in a bunch of 3 year olds and try to teach them soccer – but more-so the grown-ups screaming in his ear and getting in his way. Still, all highly amusing stuff.
I mean, I kind of understand the need of having to intervene as a parent, given the fact that they’re 3. (I’ll just keep stating that fact.) So soccer is really football (FITBALL), and it’s all a grand excuse to tackle and wrestle. Essentially…
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