Spring has sprung and that means baseball season. We aren’t talking
about your local professional team, but the Little League season.
Cern’s 6yo son has some crazy ass practice schedule and hours and
Chip and Cern discuss.
Chip and Cern are back drinking Indian Valley Brewing Co! This time
they are enjoying some Off The Rails Double IPA. Chip and Cern both
agree this is dangerous because it is so tasty.
Cern’s son who is playing in a 5/6 year old league has baseball 6
days a week. The coach is even scheduling practices on Mother’s Day
which isn’t going to earn them any brownie points. This coach is
also scheduling practice at 3:30pm during the
Cern drops some science knowledge on about the equinox and the
Cern’s other kids who is playing in a 12-year-old and younger has
games starting at 7am for a doubleheader, so first pitch would be
when it is dark outside.
Chip is really curious about what qualifications these
coaches have to be calling so many practices for 6 year olds. There
is also an app for the coaches to communicate with all the parents.
Seems like a good idea, but not everyone will use it.
Cern was late dropping the kid off and the coach made all the
late kids run laps as punishment. Punishing a 6 year old for
something that is beyond their control. Cern was out of his
Cern hasn’t being taking his son to all the practices as a
mini form of protest.
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The Chip and Cern Show is a morning radio-style podcast with two longtime friends, Chip and Cern. Hear their perspective, insights and witty banter on all things pop culture, current events, sports, parenting and everything in between.