By: Cheryl Maguire Christopher Adams’ sixteen-year-old son has always loved playing hockey. But two years ago, he received his first concussion when he slammed his head against the rink glass even though he wore a helmet. Adams, 52, owner of ModestFish in Florida says, “My son started playing hockey when he was just seven, so … More Should Your Child Return to Sports After Multiple Concussions?￼
By: Deirdre Littlefield As a mother of three, I have spent a lot of time either at a field or in a rink. I thoroughly enjoy watching my boys from day one on a new team. I love to see them timidly approach a new coach with their hand reached out for that first shake. … More A Thank You Letter To My Sons’ Coaches
By: Melanie Anderson I will never forget the day these words came out of my husband’s mouth, “If you have to tell me how good you are, you’re probably not that good!” We were at the baseball field watching another one of our son’s little league tournaments. All day, left and right, we heard … More Let Your Actions Do the Talking
By: Deirdre Littlefield Youth sports have taken over suburbia in the last decade or so. Our kids expect to play every sport, every season, because everybody is. Sports don’t even seem to have a season anymore. Spring soccer starts in the winter, fall soccer now begins before Labor Day and hockey doesn’t have a … More Youth Sports vs My Family Values
By: Jessica Aldred Take me out to the ball game, take me out to the crowd…bring me a screaming 1 year old and bored preschooler and my days at the ball field are anything but enjoyable. This year is especially difficult as the baby is on the verge of walking- yet insists on crawling laps … More Play Ball!