My daughter and I have always had a really great relationship. We have our ups and downs just like everyone else, but I can call her my bestfriend. For those who really don't know me very well, Vanessa split time between her mom and I. I had no idea that signing Vanessa up for a… Continue reading Coaching My daughter (part 1 of many)
We as parents/coaches do our best to prepare out kids for all the steps of life, it actually seems kind of easy. Well up until you start to see one of the finish lines, But even then you still think you have time. I never really counted the months or days, I actually counted the… Continue reading And she’s off to college!
So this morning I woke up a day older, but something was different. Something tugged at my heart strings. I looked to my left and baby Selena was sprawled out on my bed taking up all the space of course, I look at the clock and its 550am and 4/25/2019 and I just cant stop the memories… Continue reading today she turns 18
I like to talk to my players about accountability. What do you do at home? how much work have you put in outside of practice? Coach Geroge Fellman on my 14u team always talks to the players about integrity! What do you do when no one is looking? so the question is who wants to be… Continue reading Playing time! Players need to be honest and take responsibility
One day there will be a time where we no longer have to drive her to practice, or take her to school. Stop by the store to grab extra Gatorade. So make sure the car rides are worth it, make sure you are building memories, make sure the ride home from practice or a tournament… Continue reading My time is running out (coaching my daughter) **Wreck it Ralph spoiler alert*
Hello all, I have been a way for a little while, I have a new daughter in my life that was born in the beginning of November and life has been a bit hectic ever since. My First born Daughter signed her NLI to play ball and get her education at Hampton University, if you… Continue reading Respect the game!