It’s About Our Kids, Not Us.


  1. Sindi Samis on June 9, 2017 at 12:17 am

    Hi Julie, First your kids are adorable!!! And I look forward to following you on you blog. I am also glad to see you are doing what you love. I would have been nice if we all grew up in sports with someone like you to guide us…
    Take care, Sindi

  2. Alice Stockhamer on June 9, 2017 at 1:11 am

    Good for you.

  3. Laura Moseley on June 9, 2017 at 12:03 pm

    As a parent with a son who loves to play multiple sports, I am so looking forward to this!!

  4. Erica Brooks on June 9, 2017 at 2:01 pm

    I’m so glad you’re starting a blog! You’re advice is so helpful. Being a mom of 4 athletic boys is not easy. I’ve learned that even though I’ve been an athlete my whole life, that doesn’t make me an expert for other people (my own children). My job went from competing on the field/court to being a CONSTANT support system for 4 humans. Everything I say, my body language, my presence or lack of, affects their game in one way or another. It’s amazing to know that I am that influential to these boys, but it’s also VERY exhausting. The kids need guidance to get through this, but so do the parents. Can’t wait to read more. You know I’ll have plenty of topics to add to your blog?

  5. Concerned parent on June 11, 2017 at 9:26 pm

    My son suffers from GAD and ADHD. He is 11 and such a good natured boy, a real pleaser.
    He can really hit a baseball when I (dad) am pitching to him but he is terrified at bat in the game. He claims he is not scared but his nervous feet say something different.
    He sees counselors 2 times a month (biofeedback) and is on medication,but any helpful hints on how to help him overcome this stage fright (or fear of failure)?

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