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saram
02-12-2008, 09:59 PM
You've heard of soccer mom's and such. But, what about us dad's? What about us blokes that take on the responsibility of raising a child and taking on the world and tennis at the same time?


Well, here's the club for you. I've been a single tennis dad for four years now as of V-Day. If you're a guy that knows play-doh or Barbie just as you do the inner workings of the backhand or serve, post images or whatever...just join the club!

Any father is welcomed here...don't have to be single!

saram
02-12-2008, 10:00 PM
http://img176.imageshack.us/img176/1466/medi3.jpg
By stringsnthings (http://profile.imageshack.us/user/stringsnthings) at 2008-02-12

http://img169.imageshack.us/img169/9293/mygangyx2.jpg
By stringsnthings (http://profile.imageshack.us/user/stringsnthings), shot with Canon EOS-1D (http://profile.imageshack.us/camerabuy.php?model=Canon+EOS-1D&make=Canon) at 2008-02-12

atatu
02-13-2008, 08:14 AM
I salute you. I'm not a single Dad, still married. I do take a very active role in raising my kids and I have given up tournaments for the most part as I am coaching soccer, basketball and baseball pretty much year round. I squeeze in my tennis where I can get it, not easy.

drhopz
02-13-2008, 04:59 PM
Go tennis dad!

JRstriker12
02-13-2008, 05:13 PM
Props to you Saram!

I'm not a single dad, but I am a married tennis dad. It's tough to find time to get out for tennis and meet the needs of my 4 month old daughter and I have help!

I was thinking there should be a tennis dad club, you know maybe some sort of round-robin meets where dads can take turns playing and watching kids or maybe setting up and "after the kids are in bed" tennis league.

zapvor
02-13-2008, 05:36 PM
this thread is right on. i like the 2hander too! i think JR has a great idea.

Leelord337
02-13-2008, 09:20 PM
^^^really cool thread. Cool pics too. who knows, you might inspire your daughter to play tennis and she might become a WTA tour player in about 10 years.

saram
02-13-2008, 10:14 PM
Ok...not a single dad club anymore. If you are an AMAZING father and married--you're in. Soccer mom's get all the credit. Time for us dad's to chime in. I may be the only single dad on this forum, but there are other dads out there that give as much.


Pics, thoughts, etc., are all welcome from tennis dads!

fantom
02-14-2008, 05:31 AM
Another dad here (still married). 5 yr old daughter and 2.5 yr old son. I sneak in tennis when possible (2-3 times/week). I've hovered at the 4.5 level for a long time because my life doesn't let me put more time into tennis. It's all very worth it, though. I love my family.

goober
02-14-2008, 05:48 AM
Three kids: 2, 4 and 7.

Tennis is variable- sometimes 3 times in a week sometimes none depending on kids and wife's schedule. If I were single I don't know if I would be able to play any tennis at all.

CanadianChic
02-14-2008, 05:52 AM
I like how a couple guys here state they are 'still' married, as though this is a transition of their lives. Sort of like when making introductions and introducing your mate as your first husband (that always goes over well at cocktail parties). So Saram are you dating, cause I have this friend......;)

McLovin
02-14-2008, 05:58 AM
Married dad chiming in here. Coached both daughter's soccer teams last fall, plus got them out on the boat for a bit of wakeboarding:

http://home.comcast.net/~dan.michelle/doubles.jpg

They are 7 & 10 and are starting tennis lessons this spring. A Puerto Rican version of the Williams sisters...

tfm1973
02-14-2008, 07:28 AM
+1! Big props to you single dads and props to all the dads who love tennis . . . but love their kids even more.

Here's me and my baby girl. This is us early morning watching the Aussie Open together. :)

http://img150.imageshack.us/img150/4707/tennisdadgp2.jpg

fantom
02-14-2008, 07:35 AM
I like how a couple guys here state they are 'still' married, as though this is a transition of their lives. Sort of like when making introductions and introducing your mate as your first husband (that always goes over well at cocktail parties). So Saram are you dating, cause I have this friend......;)


That was definitely not my intention. Didn't mean to type it that way.

goober
02-14-2008, 07:53 AM
That was definitely not my intention. Didn't mean to type it that way.

I understood what you meant. The thread title was about single dads, so ostensibly it seems prudent to qualify your marital status. Drawing inferences from a single word that could have an additional connotations seems to be a favorite method to start internet "discussions". :)

max
02-14-2008, 08:13 AM
I'm still married, but do a ton. Saram, you're a hero to your kids, and one to me as well: keep up the good work! I get to give kiddie tennis lessons this summer to my boy.

CanadianChic
02-14-2008, 02:33 PM
I understood what you meant. The thread title was about single dads, so ostensibly it seems prudent to qualify your marital status. Drawing inferences from a single word that could have an additional connotations seems to be a favorite method to start internet "discussions". :)

Apparently you are not as perceptive as you claim goober. I was making a joke...I thought that would have been obvious without having to tag a "just kidding" line at the end. Not every post that everyone makes here is the beginning of a 'discussion'.

goober
02-14-2008, 03:11 PM
Apparently you are not as perceptive as you claim goober. I was making a joke...I thought that would have been obvious without having to tag a "just kidding" line at the end. Not every post that everyone makes here is the beginning of a 'discussion'.

You were trying to be funny- but it didn't come across that way. If you said that during the course of a consversation with somebody you just met, I don't think they would be laughing. Is that any more clear? Obviously the person you directed at didn't think it was a joke. Basically a poor attempt humor. No big deal lots of bad jokes are dealt on this board:-P

CanadianChic
02-14-2008, 03:17 PM
Actually I wasn't trying to amuse anyone other than myself. If you don't understand the humour or the tone in which a poster is using, perhaps it is better to say nothing than make implications of the poster, no? You are entitled to your opinion but don't try to pick a fight with me - you know nothing of the people I meet or their reactions to me. It is very different in life than a forum and tones are often mistaken. Is that any more clear?

movdqa
02-14-2008, 04:52 PM
When you're dead and gone, will you be remembered for your tennis or how you raised your kids? For most of us, it will be the latter. We chose to homeschool our kids when they were toddlers. It's an unbelievable amount of work but you really get to know your kids. And they get to know you too.

There are many times when I think that two parents aren't enough.

kairosntx
02-15-2008, 12:14 AM
Is this forum for single dad's that play tennis

or

Dad's (marital status not relevant) that play singles?

Hard to tell from Single Tennis Dad Club.

kairosntx
02-15-2008, 12:15 AM
And B4 CC gets ahold of me, let me clarify.

by marital status not relevant, I only mean as related to this forum. Certainly my marriage is one of the most relevant aspects of my life.

CanadianChic
02-15-2008, 01:26 AM
And B4 CC gets ahold of me, let me clarify.


LOL. Hey, I said I was only teasing. It's just the way it was worded that sounded a little humourous...I have no doubt that everyone loves their wives more than the whole wide world. If a male made that comment it would have been laughed off - just because it comes from a female does not instantly make it mean spirited or nasty. ;)

CanadianChic is getting on my nerve on every god damn thread I read.

Then perhaps you should refrain from reading my posts. I would consider my mission accomplished, but I don't even have a clue who you are.

kairosntx
02-15-2008, 01:58 AM
I've done it to other people photoshop.

If you just add a member to your ignore list then you don't see any of that persons posts in any threads.

That would solve your problem and you wouldn't have to take so much of your high blood pressure medicine.

couch
02-15-2008, 09:01 AM
Pictures of me and my rugrats during a rainy Halloween 2006. Our little girl turns 5 this month and the boys turn 3 in April. You can't see the one twins' face but he looks just like the other one. ;) Couldn't find any more recent pictures of me and all three of them since I'm usually the one taking the pictures.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v636/couchtato/DSCN3273.jpg

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v636/couchtato/DSCN3274.jpg

fantom
02-15-2008, 09:12 AM
Pictures of me and my rugrats during a rainy Halloween 2006. Our little girl turns 5 this month and the boys turn 3 in April. You can't see the one twins' face but he looks just like the other one. ;) Couldn't find any more recent pictures of me and all three of them since I'm usually the one taking the pictures.


Nice pics.

My two are very close to the same age. My daughter turned 5 in October and my son will be 3 in July.

I was pumped last month because my son asked me to play tennis with him. He has this tiny lacrosse stick that looks like a racquet. I cracked up laughing because just before I threw a ball to him he started twirling the racquet in his hands. I don't know if he saw me do that or somebody on TV. It was hilarious.

goober
02-15-2008, 09:19 AM
I've done it to other people photoshop.

If you just add a member to your ignore list then you don't see any of that persons posts in any threads.

That would solve your problem and you wouldn't have to take so much of your high blood pressure medicine.

Done- first person I ever added in 4 years:-?

couch
02-15-2008, 09:34 AM
Nice pics.

My two are very close to the same age. My daughter turned 5 in October and my son will be 3 in July.

I was pumped last month because my son asked me to play tennis with him. He has this tiny lacrosse stick that looks like a racquet. I cracked up laughing because just before I threw a ball to him he started twirling the racquet in his hands. I don't know if he saw me do that or somebody on TV. It was hilarious.

Thanks fantom.

Yeah, it's crazy around our house with the whole tennis thing. My boys see my racquets and they start crying because they can't get them out and hit balls in the house. LOL My little girl hates when I go to tennis because I'm leaving and won't be spending time with her. I keep telling her that soon she will be able to go with daddy and play with him. That gets her all excited. And then we have our new german shepard puppy who gets into my tennis bag and gets all the balls out.

fantom
02-15-2008, 11:06 AM
My little girl hates when I go to tennis because I'm leaving and won't be spending time with her.
Heheheh. Sounds familiar. I have this conversation with my daughter almost every night.

"Daddy, do you have work tomorrow?"
"Do you play tennis?"
If the answer to either one is yes, she sadly sighs.

My son has started asking me the same thing now because he hears his big sis say it all of the time.

I keep telling her that soon she will be able to go with daddy and play with him. That gets her all excited.

I need to try this!!!

Gundam
02-15-2008, 02:06 PM
Kudos to you all single (or in similar situation) tennis dad!

I am married but my wife is far far away. My son has just turned 11 three days ago. I wrapped 30+ valentine candies for him. (I got nothing for valentine of course) He also prepared one bigger candy valentine for a girl in his class I actually know but I pretended as if don't know. I am beginning to learn the fact that he wouldn't be with me forever...:neutral:
But that's OK I guess. He doesn't have to pay back anything later. Just watching him growing up is enough.

I support his Soccer, Basketball, Baseball activities. So often I have to leave early and would go back to work in the night.

Playing Tennis is tough. I play twice with my tennis buddies. My difficulty is I can not keep myself in good shape because I have to prepare meals for us. I like to prepare for dinner freshly so often I ended (it takes too much time after work and before tennis) up feeling too full and heavy (and even sleepy) when I get to the courts.

saram, tfm, couch, dan, your kids are so adorable and look happy!:)

saram
02-15-2008, 02:43 PM
I like how a couple guys here state they are 'still' married, as though this is a transition of their lives. Sort of like when making introductions and introducing your mate as your first husband (that always goes over well at cocktail parties). So Saram are you dating, cause I have this friend......;)

Am I dating? I'm open to the idea, just have not met a person yet that I'm interested in dating...so tell you friend....:)

saram
02-15-2008, 02:44 PM
+1! Big props to you single dads and props to all the dads who love tennis . . . but love their kids even more.

Here's me and my baby girl. This is us early morning watching the Aussie Open together. :)

http://img150.imageshack.us/img150/4707/tennisdadgp2.jpg

Absolutely awesome! Put a HUGE smile on my face!

saram
02-15-2008, 02:51 PM
Very very cool to see other dad's out there that contribute in a positive way to parenting and being so involved with their kids and still able to get out there and hit the courts as often as they can.

If I could go back and edit the title of the thread, I would and just call it the Tennis Dad Club...but hey...such is life.

Regardless, love hearing about involved fathers!

TW Staff
02-15-2008, 03:57 PM
If I could go back and edit the title of the thread, I would and just call it the Tennis Dad Club....



Done.

Spencer, TW.

saram
02-15-2008, 07:03 PM
Done.

Spencer, TW.

Gracias!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

atatu
02-15-2008, 08:13 PM
Good pics, here's one of my boys with a neighbor:

http://i26.tinypic.com/9v9ljm.jpg

And me being a Dad (that's a cast on his leg, btw):

http://i31.tinypic.com/2qkovhs.jpg

saram
02-15-2008, 08:34 PM
Good pics, here's one of my boys with a neighbor:

http://i26.tinypic.com/9v9ljm.jpg

And me being a Dad (that's a cast on his leg, btw):

http://i31.tinypic.com/2qkovhs.jpg

Awesome work, Dad!!!

peter
02-16-2008, 01:18 AM
Actually I wasn't trying to amuse anyone other than myself.

Well, you amused me too atleast! I found it very funny in fact :-)

Btw, I'm still married, with two daughters (8 & 10) that play tennis, ice hockey and soccer. And swimming. So our schedule is pretty full. I still manage to fit in
about 2-3 tennis sessions for myself per week too. Somehow.

/Just got back from early saturday morning hockey practice with Emma (10yo). 8am sessions on Saturdays is... early :-)

couch
02-16-2008, 06:22 AM
Kudos to you all single (or in similar situation) tennis dad!

I am married but my wife is far far away. My son has just turned 11 three days ago. I wrapped 30+ valentine candies for him. (I got nothing for valentine of course) He also prepared one bigger candy valentine for a girl in his class I actually know but I pretended as if don't know. I am beginning to learn the fact that he wouldn't be with me forever...:neutral:
But that's OK I guess. He doesn't have to pay back anything later. Just watching him growing up is enough.

I support his Soccer, Basketball, Baseball activities. So often I have to leave early and would go back to work in the night.

Playing Tennis is tough. I play twice with my tennis buddies. My difficulty is I can not keep myself in good shape because I have to prepare meals for us. I like to prepare for dinner freshly so often I ended (it takes too much time after work and before tennis) up feeling too full and heavy (and even sleepy) when I get to the courts.

saram, tfm, couch, dan, your kids are so adorable and look happy!:)

Thanks for the nice words Gundam. I'm sure it gets harder to stay in shape the older your kids get because so much time is devoted to their activities. My plan, as my kids get older, is to stay in shape playing tennis with them. ;) We'll see how that goes though as they get older. I'm sure it's gonna be tougher than I think. Heck, they probably won't even like tennis. lol But then again, it's all about what's best for the kiddos.

couch
02-16-2008, 06:23 AM
Done.

Spencer, TW.

Good on ya' Spencer.

couch
02-16-2008, 06:26 AM
Good pics, here's one of my boys with a neighbor:

http://i26.tinypic.com/9v9ljm.jpg

And me being a Dad (that's a cast on his leg, btw):

http://i31.tinypic.com/2qkovhs.jpg

Very nice atatu. I bet Andy's a nice neighbor to have. :) You know, with all the nice tennis lessons he can give your kids and all.

couch
02-16-2008, 06:28 AM
+1! Big props to you single dads and props to all the dads who love tennis . . . but love their kids even more.

Here's me and my baby girl. This is us early morning watching the Aussie Open together. :)

http://img150.imageshack.us/img150/4707/tennisdadgp2.jpg

Great picture. Ready for some mixed doubles? :)

saram
02-17-2008, 09:49 PM
Just had to keep this alive for us dad's out there...

kairosntx
02-17-2008, 11:23 PM
Since the title of the thread has changed I feel comfortable contributing without intruding on the single dads!

My oldest son is extremely intelligent and not very athletic. It's a shame how often those two don't go together. (I can hear the negative comments already. Start a new thread if you want to get into that issue!) He made the decision to play tennis when he started 7th grade and has done really well. He plays smart tennis!

My younger son enjoys playing tennis and is a better tennis player than his brother but has chosed baseball as his sport of choice. So my coaching duties take up a lot of my time.

I wish I could play more tennis but I have been relegated to once a week :(

tfm1973
02-18-2008, 06:32 AM
Great picture. Ready for some mixed doubles? :)

Maybe in a few years we can play father/daughter doubles tourneys. But right now she's having difficulties with walking and not pooping every 10 minutes. As for me I have difficulties with my backhand and not pooping every 10 minutes. Must run in the family? :confused:

tfm1973
02-18-2008, 06:34 AM
Couch -- great pics. For the first photo - it says "one of your boys with a neighbor" and I was thinking - Andy Roddick is one of your neighbors? Which would be rather cool. I'm a little slow on the uptake.

atatu
02-18-2008, 08:39 AM
Couch -- great pics. For the first photo - it says "one of your boys with a neighbor" and I was thinking - Andy Roddick is one of your neighbors? Which would be rather cool. I'm a little slow on the uptake.

That was kind of a joke, he lives in Austin about three miles from us, but not really a neighbor....

MEAC_ALLAMERICAN
02-18-2008, 08:43 AM
http://img176.imageshack.us/img176/1466/medi3.jpg
By stringsnthings (http://profile.imageshack.us/user/stringsnthings) at 2008-02-12

http://img169.imageshack.us/img169/9293/mygangyx2.jpg
By stringsnthings (http://profile.imageshack.us/user/stringsnthings), shot with Canon EOS-1D (http://profile.imageshack.us/camerabuy.php?model=Canon+EOS-1D&make=Canon) at 2008-02-12

Saram!!!


Do you know who you resemble in that pic, with those similar Asics, Babolat aside? :D

I am not a parent yet, but I can imagine it's a great experience.

couch
02-18-2008, 12:39 PM
Maybe in a few years we can play father/daughter doubles tourneys. But right now she's having difficulties with walking and not pooping every 10 minutes. As for me I have difficulties with my backhand and not pooping every 10 minutes. Must run in the family? :confused:

Oh well, it's all about having fun, pooping or not. :)

GRANITECHIEF
02-18-2008, 02:32 PM
Can i be in the club too?

Here's a picture (http://s15.photobucket.com/albums/a356/granitechief/?action=view&current=IMG_0946.jpg)

Not pictured are my 12 year old boy (awesome tennis player) and 14 yo (awesome snowboarder).

JRstriker12
02-18-2008, 06:01 PM
With Granitechief and TFM both rocking the Babybjorn, we should start up a new category of tennis. Wearing Babyborns, dads take the forehand side and the son/daughter in the baby carrier takes the backhand side. ;)

JRstriker12
02-18-2008, 06:12 PM
Since the title of the thread has changed I feel comfortable contributing without intruding on the single dads!

My oldest son is extremely intelligent and not very athletic. It's a shame how often those two don't go together. (I can hear the negative comments already. Start a new thread if you want to get into that issue!) He made the decision to play tennis when he started 7th grade and has done really well. He plays smart tennis!

My younger son enjoys playing tennis and is a better tennis player than his brother but has chosed baseball as his sport of choice. So my coaching duties take up a lot of my time.

I wish I could play more tennis but I have been relegated to once a week :(

I feel your pain bro - wish I could do more than once a week too, but it sounds like you've been blessed with two great sons. I can't wait till my daughter is old enough to swing a racket. I hope she takes to the sport.

BTW- Sometimes you have to be careful for what you wish for - since my wife was out of town and my sister in law volunteered to let my Daughter Brianna sleep over and I went on a tennis orgy. I played in a clinic for two hours in the morning, then played at a tennis part from 7pm-12am. After all that, I went home, showered, slept and the next morning I literally could not walk! I think ended up developing a sprain from all that overuse from running. It was worth the pain though!

JRstriker12
02-18-2008, 07:40 PM
BTW - Here's my little Bri:


http://i246.photobucket.com/albums/gg120/jrstriker12/IMG_6412.jpg

http://i246.photobucket.com/albums/gg120/jrstriker12/IMG_6492.jpg

couch
02-18-2008, 07:47 PM
BTW - Here's my little Bri:


http://i246.photobucket.com/albums/gg120/jrstriker12/IMG_6412.jpg

http://i246.photobucket.com/albums/gg120/jrstriker12/IMG_6492.jpg

She's a cutey striker!

JRstriker12
02-18-2008, 08:01 PM
She's a cutey striker!

Thanks Couch.

saram
02-18-2008, 08:25 PM
Thanks Couch.

She is adorable!

kairosntx
02-18-2008, 09:34 PM
Love that first pic striker. Pure joy!

JRstriker12
02-22-2008, 02:17 PM
Hey dads - what's your strategy for getting playing time?

It's funny that I get a different reaction from my better half if I say I am going to spend an hour at the gym as opposed to an hour on the courts.

I'm getting out once a week now but I'd like to get out twice since the spring leagues are starting.

TheShaun
02-22-2008, 02:23 PM
And me being a Dad (that's a cast on his leg, btw):

http://i31.tinypic.com/2qkovhs.jpg

that's a horribly big cast. hope it didn't ruin his summer...

goober
02-22-2008, 02:35 PM
Hey dads - what's your strategy for getting playing time?

It's funny that I get a different reaction from my better half if I say I am going to spend an hour at the gym as opposed to an hour on the courts.

I'm getting out once a week now but I'd like to get out twice since the spring leagues are starting.

Strategy: negotiate with your wife:) She has her time off for her thing and you have time off for yours. Communicate and come to an agreement. Sneaking away early in the morning on the weekends worked best for me because kids and mom are asleep and by the time I got back they were only up for a short time and it didn't seem like I was gone that long. You could go the babysitter route but we didn't trust baby sitters with any of our kids when they were that young.

couch
02-22-2008, 03:45 PM
Hey dads - what's your strategy for getting playing time?

It's funny that I get a different reaction from my better half if I say I am going to spend an hour at the gym as opposed to an hour on the courts.

I'm getting out once a week now but I'd like to get out twice since the spring leagues are starting.

My strategy for getting playing time was to get my wife involved in tennis. She started playing 3.0 a few years ago and is now a solid 3.5 on her way to playing 4.0. And boy did I create a monster. LOL

My wife and I work together to get playing time because we both love to play the game and like the social aspect. I get all kinds of playing time in during the week but I am very fortunate since we have relatives that help out "a lot" and a nanny/baby sitter that will work late for us if needed (she watches the boys during the day, they start pre-school next year).


Here's our regular schedule:

My wife plays what's called River City during the day on Monday (she's in sales lol) My wife also plays Monday nights at 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. and I play every other Monday at 8:00 p.m. in a singles league. I play in a doubles league on Wednesday nights and go out with the fellas afterwards for some drinks. My wife has a practice at 12:30 on Fridays (again, the flexibility of sales is great :) ) She also practices on Sundays at 1:00 pm and as soon as the practice is over she will rush home so I can make it to practice at 3:00 pm. We literally wave to each other in the cars as she's coming and I'm going. lol

Our nanny/babysitter watches our boys until 6:00 pm every week day so I will squeeze in hitting sessions at around 4:00 or 5:00 so I can be home by 6:00 when she gets off. We belong to a club that is literally 3 minutes from our house so that helps out. The club we belong to also has a pool and tons of clay courts outside so I'll hit a little bit and join the kids at the pool afterwards in the summer.

Then you have USTA matches on the weekend. One nice thing about me playing 5.0 is I don't have too many matches. ;) We just do the best we can to work things out on the weekends.

We pretty much have a good thing right now but as the kids get older and get more involved with activities (tennis hopefully) I know it will get A LOT harder to get this much tennis in so I'm trying to enjoy it now. Just taking three kids to school next year is going to be extremely hard.

Like I said though, we are very fortunate to have a lot of help and we (my wife and I) both love to play the game.

As the kids get older though my gameplan is to start playing with them. :)

Everybody's situation is going to be different but where there is a will there is a way. Good luck tennis dads.

JRstriker12
02-22-2008, 07:46 PM
You are lucky couch. I actually bought my wife a racket while she was in college and taking a tennis class. but it didn't catch on with her.

Goober - negotiate? What's that? I think I need to re-read this one book called "How to get to yes." ;)

TNT16
02-22-2008, 08:03 PM
Married, 3 kids (M 11, F 13, M 15). Wife used to play tennis but cannot convince her to get back into the game although I have tried many times. The 3 kids - older sun is a serious swimmer (junior olympics) so did not force the issue, he plays but not really seriously; daughter is a dance, play tennis in the summer but not seriously, youngest son is a tiger and actually into tennis (checks ATP website etc) - so I try to gently encourage him, he is playing 12&under USTA team tennis now . . . for me the key is to be encouraging but NOT to force the issue. All 3 were given the opportunity by starting early (5) and receiving early instruction etc . . . . but I am fine with only one of the three actually getting into tennis like his tennis nut dad.

Negotiating playing time . . . actually the adult team leagues are cool and a good solution, most matches are on weeknights mostly late enough where it doesn't bother wife; summer can be a bit more difficult -- so give and take/negotiation is important.

goober
02-24-2008, 01:37 PM
My younger daughter (right) 1 on 1 drill for soccer:)


http://i26.tinypic.com/2prxqnd.jpg

TheShaun
02-24-2008, 01:44 PM
My younger daughter (right) 1 on 1 drill for soccer:)


http://i26.tinypic.com/2prxqnd.jpg

CLASH OF THE TITANS!!! :twisted:

couch
02-24-2008, 02:37 PM
My younger daughter (right) 1 on 1 drill for soccer:)


http://i26.tinypic.com/2prxqnd.jpg

She shoots, she scores! GOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAALLLLLLLLLL!!!!!!!!!!:):)