ANST - Re: Kids with Boffers
ches at io.com
Wed Jul 8 08:05:41 PDT 1998
I completely agree, I cannot wait for the day my son can play as well.
Perhaps by then we can resolve something in our kingdom laws, (he is 9
months old, so I have faith we will). :) Although I feel that my 2 year
old is ready now the way she runs around wearing our fencing masks
pretending to be Zorro! Havent the heart to tell her Zorro is a man. :) We
have resolved to enroll her in youth fencing classes as soon as she is old
enough for it. She is just so focused for a 2 year old.
As active as she is and as much attention as he needs I cannot bring my
self to bring them to events just yet without a chaperon specifically paid
to watch them while I do work. It is nice to sit all day and be with them
though. I enjoy that part and do that the most but feel a little guilty
when I cannot help in a crunch. There are never enough servers for
anyone's feast! :)
mommy of 2
On Wed, 8 Jul 1998, Dottie Elliott wrote:
> If the boffer tourneys are set up with the requirement that parents must
> attend their kids for them to participate so be it. Then enforce it.
> Most of the modern kids sports, while I don't think they require the
> parents to attend, certainly strongly encourage it. I would certainly
> take the time to be with my son while he participated.
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