What a great way to repurpose those outgrown uniform shirts and pants! Can’t wait to try it. http://coalhearted.blogspot.com/2012/01/for-love-of-baseball-moms.html?m=1&epik=dj0yJnU9bWdKY2s3dm1uMGpXRDhWUTh5Z2E1SHNyNEsyc0M3b1gmbj1aVU9rRWsyeGN2VEJCQ0ZzVWRFU19BJm09MyZ0PUFBQUFBRnktZlI0
Baseball this time of year brings hot days, rain delays, hungry kids, and random cups in parking lots.
Baseball, sun, and sunflower seeds. Doesn’t get any better than this.
How does a baseball mom spend her day off after a full week of work and “life”??? How else, than by getting up at 6:00 am to spend the day at the baseball field.
I ran across this Gluten-Free Chicken Ramen Noodle Soup recipe on Pinterst and knew immediately I had to try it. After running to Whole Foods for a few missing items I kicked everyone out of the kitchen and went to work. The recipe is very straightforward and easy to follow. Love all the tips on where to find food items and great substitution suggestions. The soup was delicious, and since the recipe makes four servings […]
A constant dilemma moms find themselves in on game days is what to feed the family that is fast AND healthy. Many times you find yourself in the car starving, with only fast food options. Here are some suggestions on where and how to make healthier food choices when fast food is your only option. McDonald’s Salads: Take it easy on the dressing, get the grilled chicken versus the breaded chicken. Hamburger (240 calories) and […]
Baseball Cleats: Every player has to wear some type of cleats. The youngest divisions of youth leagues are limited to plastic cleats. Right around 13U, baseball players have the option to wear metal cleats. But leagues/tournaments vary, so make certain to always check with the coach and check what the cleat requirements are for any given tournament. Base Layer: Cold gear-Wear this to keep warm and dry on those cold, rainy game days. Hot […]