Why would you get frustrated by A) other people, and B) other people's kids? Let them make their decisions, you make yours. It means more attention in practice and more PT for your kid, and chances are they kid will eventually drop the sport anyway - 75% of them do.
The overwhelming majority of families with kids that play at the elite level DO bring their kid to practice and games - including driving or flying significant distances. So, what does that tell us about your kid's team?
And if you're sitting with someone at a game that is complaining - without justification in your opinion - about their kid being benched....move!
No, go back to making breakfast for your family.
I think, the more important issue with families that do not commit to the fullest level to the team their child is on is the fact that they take a spot from a kid who wants to commit and be on the team and can actually help to make a team better.
Actually, its none of anyones business why someone shows up or dosent. It should be between coach and parent, anyone else is just being nosy. Everyone has demons.
I mean this with all sincerity. Please seek some counseling. You seem frightening close to the edge of the abyss.
don't come to practice u don't play as much plain and simple
She said the parents ***** when the kid doesn't play. Fringe players, on a low level team, either playing on two teams or playing another sport. Not difference makers.
Three 05 parents committed to McLean just this weekend!