Have a Softball Day Dugout Towel

Smiley Face Dugout Towels

Smile, softball style. High quality softball towels that are great for wiping the dirt or the sweat. Super vibrant smiley face softball print. Choose black or white
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To the Girls Without a Softball Dad…

Hello. It's me. I am the girl without a softball dad. At first I didn't really notice. It was 8U, and there were so many grown ups on the fields helping us that I never realized these other girls had a dad, while I only had a mom. But then, as the years went by - it became obvious. All these dads showing up to practice, rallying around the fence cheering on their daughters. Grateful to have something to share with their daughters that wasn't pink and didn't involve Barbies. I started seeing the girls throwing to their dads before practice, and learning to pitch, while their dads sat on a bucket patiently catching them. I saw the way the coaches interacted with the other ...
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The Final Chapters – Millie 19 & 20

Part 19 Cooler weather. The dark period. Somehow, this year it seemed more dark than ever. Chillier. The leaves crunching under my feet seemed so loud. Summer had ended. I walked up to the front door of Coach Mike's house just as the sun was setting. A perfect and inviting wreath hung on the door, and the yard was manicured, It was everything a girl like me imagined. A stray ball and glove were in the front yard, abandoned. As I approached the front door, I saw what was left of my original family sitting at the dinner table eating mini corn-dogs, macaroni and cheese. I thought of Mama. In the center of the table was a huge fresh bright pineapple. I smiled. There was ...
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Smiley Face Dugout Towels

Have a Softball Day Dugout Towel
Smile, softball style. High quality softball towels that are great for wiping the dirt or the sweat. Super vibrant smiley face softball print. Choose black or white
SHOP NOW

To the Girls Without a Softball Dad…

Hello. It's me. I am the girl without a softball dad. At first I didn't really notice. It was 8U, and there were so many grown ups on the fields helping us that I never realized these other girls had a dad, while I only had a mom. But then, as the years went by - it became obvious. All these dads showing up to practice, rallying around the fence cheering on their daughters. Grateful to have something to share with their daughters that wasn't pink and didn't involve Barbies. I started seeing the girls throwing to their dads before practice, and learning to pitch, while their dads sat on a bucket patiently catching them. I saw the way the coaches interacted with the other ...
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