There are two types of coaches; those who live for the players, and those who live for the game. Which coach you want your child playing for depends more on what you get out of your weekends. Are you more worried about the title of a win or is it your desire to get the most baseball knowledge in the…

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There is so much joy to be had in a shared passion or hobby. You see, my son shares the passion of baseball with his fellow ball players and over the years, this has turned into a true brotherhood. These friendships not only give them an opportunity to learn skills in a supportive environment, but they also boost self-esteem and…

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Before I get into this post, if you haven’t noticed my blog has a fresh face. I teamed up with Laura from Blogerize. At first, I thought she was a robot. No way was I ever going to give my private information and have someone else hold my most precious blogging memories in their hands. I was very concerned at…

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I braved my first toddler and dog session. T O G E T H E R. I don’t know what made these pictures extra cute, the dog or the kid. These two interact with one another with pure sweet and gentle love that made me smile the entire session. Chason and his dog were super photogenic, which made my job super easy.

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