Category Archives: Advice from a Softball Mom

Softball Trash Talking: Don’t Be That Parent

You’re sitting in the bleachers or in your comfy chair on the sidelines watching your darling daughter (DD) at bat. Your DD swings. The ump calls strike. Next pitch your DD doesn’t swing. The ump calls strike. You protest. The pitch … Continue reading

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Nutrition: The Right Fuel for You and Your Softball Player

We parents want to provide our darling daughters (DD) with the proper equipment, training and nutrition so that they can run onto the softball field and play their best. No hunger pains. No sugar highs (and crashes). Food — proper … Continue reading

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Softball Equipment: What Every Parent Needs

Yes, my darling daughter (DD) played fast pitch softball practically her entire life (she’s twenty now), and during that time, I learned (mostly through trial and error) the best equipment for her and me. That’s right, parents. If you want … Continue reading

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