However, one person not happy with the fact that everyone knew about it before she had a chance to announce it, and that one person is Zoe herself!
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A wise person once said, winning isn't everything.
Especially when you're not even the one playing!!!
Some of our go-to favorite bloggers have some great advice on how a parent can be supportive for their kids who are involved in compettitive sports.
"Focus on fun: Fun is the first order of business for both you and your little tyke. This should be the biggest motivation for your child to stay in the game. Enjoy watching him improve, joining the pizza parties, and seeing him make new friends. If you remain lighthearted and appreciate your child's progress without getting too serious, then she can set her own goals and be accountable to herself for her achievements.
Winning is NOT everything: Winning isn't everything, ever, especially when when your child is just starting out. Although beating a rival is thrilling, it won't make or break your kid's athletic career, so don't allow big wins to become the focus. Instead, focus on staying active, making improvements, and demonstrating sportsmanship throughout the season. Learning how to handle a loss is just as important as celebrating a win."
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