It’s My Game Dad!

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1.Do have your child to practice and games on time. The coach is not the taxi driver. If you can’t drive your child , make other arrangements to see your son gets to his practice and games.

2. When the game is over ,it is the parent’s place to see their child returns home safe. The coach can’t and won’t leave any player on the field after practice.

3. The coach need parents to help him out. Coaching is a tough job.

4. Do take the time to see that your son gets his exercise training done at home. Dads this is bonding time for you and your son.

5. Do be there at your child’s game to cheer his team on.

6. Do volunteer parents to help in the concession stands or in maintaining the field.

Parents can really be a blessing to the coach or his worst nightmare grouch.

Parents don’t do any of these terrible things.

1. Don’t put pressure on your child to succeed in baseball.

2. Don’t fuss with your child about what he didn’t do right in the game. Parents remember this is a journey your son wanted to try out. It won’t be his final destination in life.


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