Mother’s Day is right around the corner! And there are no moms more deserving of appreciation than those uniform scrubbing, taxi driving, score keeping ball field moms. Here are some of our favorite gift ideas for the baseball/softball mom in your life.
Our favorite baseball mom t-shirts are from Erin Page Designs. Choose Design 1,2 or 3. Choose shirt style (unisex tee, ladies tee or racer back tank), size (s, m, l or xl) and color (black, white or gray). Small – XL are $20. Sizes above XL are $23 plus $4 shipping. Items are shipped within one week of order. Email orders and questions to ErinPageDesigns@Yahoo.com.
Whether it’s an ice cold Coke at the ball field or wine with friends after the game, a baseball mom’s gotta drink! (Wait, that somehow came out wrong.) Anyway, she deserves her own beautifully customized tumbler and/or stemware starting at $20.00. Visit Kristine is Krafting to see more styles. Message to order.
A-door-able baseball themed decor that will explain to the neighbors why the yard isn’t mowed and you’re gone all the time. These one of a kind door hangers start at $39.95. Visit Sarah Berry Designs to order…and to see all her other baseball/softball designs.
It’s a fact that baseball/softball moms spend a ridiculous amount of time sitting…at ball fields. Therefore, their chairs deserve a little personality. Heck, if you’re going to use an item that much, it had better be cute and comfortable. Find the perfect personalized chair starting at $41.99 at PoshBoutiqueInc.com.
Just like a good chair, every baseball mom needs a great tote bag to carry snacks, sunscreen and the dozens of other items necessary for a day at the ball field. Visit Threaded RVA to pick the perfect one for the baseball mom in your life. Starting at $31.99
We’re loving these baseball mom pendants from Shadow Ridge Designs. At only $15, they’re sure to be a hit.
You can never have enough pairs of flip flops. These from ChampagneDesigns are decorated with real baseballs and can be personalized with your player’s number. They start at $25.
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WordPress says that I’m supposed to tell you a few things about myself so that you’ll want to read more of my posts. Here goes.
My name is Angela Weight. I live in Midlothian, VA with my husband James, two sons, Andrew and Jack, dogs Katie and Ayla and cat, Callie. We’re new to the area…transplants from the Dublin, GA area, where I grew up. My husband has a job that pays the bills so I can sit around and obsess about cat food shapes and how my house smells. I also have this goal of seeing all 50 states by the time I’m 50. I’m 43 now and have been to 45 of them. If you have any friends or family in Vermont, Rhode Island, Oklahoma, North Dakota or Alaska who’d like us to come visit (and maybe pay for it) let me know.
My sons (ages 16 and 11) play a ridiculous amount of baseball. If I’m not at home or out buying scented wax warmer cubes, I’m probably at a baseball field somewhere in Suburbia. In fact, I have to leave now to take Jack to practice. I’ll write more later.
Oh, another thing you need to know. We’re SF Giants fans. Crazy, fanatical Giants fans. I grew up a Braves fan, but converted when I married James who grew up in the Bay Area. That’s important.
Great! Now Jack is late for practice.
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