I may not have a high-powered corporate position, but I certainly know what it’s like to be under pressure. You want to know the meaning of the word stress? Try being snack mom for a Little League baseball team. Or two.
As if spending your own hard-earned cash to dole out snacks for 12 kids isn’t insult enough, you’re immediately labeled a “good snack mom” or a “bad snack mom.”
Or, if you’re me, a “forgetful snack mom,” a stigma of which I am still trying to rid myself. OK, so I forgot the snack a couple of times. What -– your boys are so puny they can’t make it from breakfast to lunch without a box of Teddy Grahams?
I have two sons who played Little League this year -– unfortunately for their father and me, on different teams