Soccer mom!! This is a title I have come to embrace and love, but there are some parts of it that can make you dread the soccer season. I don’t know about you, but in Washington, the majority of weekend games are in the morning, with cold, rainy, gloomy, weather. Now there are several things to do to just “crush it” and be an awesome soccer mom!!
The Survival Guide:
Wagon– Seriously, I had two seasons under my belt before I got one. Let me just say it’s the best thing ever!! We use this for practices and games. It’s so easy to load up and haul everything to the event and to hold things too! Plus you can put extra warm gear in it as well!
Chairs– Delays do happen and trust me, you will want to have a chair to sit on and chat with other moms in, plus you do need a cup holder as well.
Blankets– These can be used to keep warm whether you sit or stand for the whole game. Plus it also works for keeping the other kids warm as well!
Appropriate outerwear- This goes without saying, but I also keep an extra set in my because, let’s face it, we have all had mornings where we were running late and essentials for mom get forgotten at home!
Hot Drinks– Not only is it cold, but with all the yelling and cheering, hot drinks will soothe your throat as well!! Plus, by taking your own drink, it’s a money saver. It is amazing what those concession stands charge for drinks (that aren’t even that great)!
Now I personally am a sucker for Dixie® To Go cups!! They are perfect for our fast crazy mornings. I am so thankful that Kylie loves to whip up drinks for us. She even makes them for herself when she doesn’t go to the game. I mean, when you are leaving at 7 am on a Saturday, it’s one less thing to worry about. Plus, with no washing or cleanup involved, it can help you “crush” the soccer mornings!! With being a clumsy mom, the leak-resistant lid is amazing. No clean up and less messes mean you can really focus on the game you are there to watch!
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