Hey Sporty Momma!
I am so happy that you stopped by Sportymommas.com, where style, inspiration, and mommas connect! Just what is Sporty Mommas? I’m glad you asked! We are certainly not just a brand. This is a lifestyle that encourages moms everywhere to look good, feel good, and do their best at whatever they pursue. It’s for the busy woman who realizes that it takes hard work to be all we can be. We are women that support and encourage one another to keep it moving even when we don’t think we can.
As a stay-at-home momma of three, I know it is crucial that we, as mothers, have an outlet. We spend most of our time engaged in making sure everyone else is taken care of; therefore, putting ourselves on the back burner. There’s one thing that I know for sure, “If momma ain’t happy, nobody’s happy”! There has to be a balance between nurturing our loved ones and maintaining a healthy and happy ME, too. Whether its exercise, journaling, beading, photography, etc., we must have something of our own.
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About 5 years ago I started driving pass this tennis court thinking to myself “What if I took lessons?” I remember playing tennis as a child with my dad and brother but never really learned how to play. The thought would cross my mind about 100 more times before I actually said it out loud to a friend. One day I met her at the tennis court to exchange a handbag. Yes a purse lol, long story, but that was what lead me to the court. The coach yelled “let me see what you got”. I had on jeggings and sandals. It was quite awkward.
After I started playing my kids and husband started playing. It has become a family sport and we have bonded with our coach. (Who absolutely loves my hubby because he talks baseball all day with him). Today, six months later the coach tells me “Your hubby is the best thing that happened to me”. He has said it over and over to me but today I thought what if, what if I never told my friend I wanted to play tennis? What if I continued to be afraid of how I looked or ran after spinal surgery? What if the coach never met my hubby and got to talk baseball? Sometimes we have to take a step into where we want to go. We have to release the fears and just try it. If it doesn’t work out as planned, well try something else. What if?