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Softball Girls: How we’re raising Players in Pigtails

Softball Girls: How we're raising Players in Pigtails

We recently celebrated International Women’s Day. I wanted to find something meaningful to give to my girls that would somehow empower them and let them know they could pretty much do anything if they had the desire and support behind them. I don’t know where I saw it, but I found the book Players in Pigtails by Shana Corey¬†and couldn’t wait to read it to them. Softball has become a huge part of our life now and our weekends seem to be consumed by the sport. Books like this have been a great tool for parents who are¬†raising girls who love sports. continued

So far behind but looking ahead

I’ve realized that I have saved drafts from Emma’s 1st birthday. So instead of trying to catch up, we’re just going to move forward.

I’m really excited. Emma is starting soccer tomorrow! Neither Doug nor I know a thing about soccer but Emma has shown a great affection for kicking balls and running. What a perfect time to introduce soccer to our girl! She loves being outside and the weather here is finally improving. I’m sure you’ll be getting a ton of new pictures and videos very soon!

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