' Someone says Coach Juan has been made aware of the situation and will be addressing it at the meeting that night, but Christi boldly reminds them that her attendance depends on the snack situation.'So you're only coming out because of the food and not your child? 'When you say it like that it sounds bad,' she says.Someone points out that 'all the kids have talent' while adding that 'the time the kid actually gets on the field' is more important than their talent or the goals they score.'Participation trophies are for little sissy players,' Christi responds. 'The fact that you had the audacity to say that your child is the "best".
'This past week I received group texts BY accident,' she explained.It reminds me of the “good ol’ days” back in the late 90’s/early 00’s when I used to go into chat rooms similar to this on dial-up internet!A woman who was accidentally included in a group text message with a bunch of soccer moms couldn't resist stirring the pot by claiming her fictional son is 'the best on the team' — sparking a hilarious argument.'Cristian[o] Ronaldo literally told me my child reminded him of himself when he was younger...the proof is in the pudding (and btw pudding cups are not acceptable snacks),' Christi adds.