Ryan loves to play baseball and I am his biggest and loudest fan. I am one of those parents that cheer really loudly for my kid. I always yell out positive things but I do get pretty loud at times not just for Ryan but for his teammates. I mic myself up for each game so you can hear how passionate I am. We call it "Big League Chooch".
This school year is different for everyone. Some kids will be in school, some will be learning from home and others will be doing a mix of both. No matter what you have your child doing this school year, your school supplies are going to be a bit different. Here's a look at what Ryan will need for this school year.
This week's installment of "Big League Chooch" is from Ryan's flag football game. A funny thing happened when we played it back this week. Jess admitted that she takes a certain headache medication to cope with "The Chooch".
Growing up, we were always expected to do chores around the house. Now with technology, there is an easier way to ensure that your kids will do their chores and be held accountable. There's an app for that.
A disturbing new video 'game' that kids are playing has police concerned and authorities want parents to be on the lookout and as many people as possible to know of its dangers. In this 'game' participants are often asked to kill themselves or post images and videos showing themselves committing suicide.
It didn't happen locally but it could, parents at a softball tournament in Tennessee started throwing punches instead of pitches. Tournament director Tina Gale says both teams involved in the fight were from North Carolina and immediately disqualified from the tournament and escorted out of the ballpark.