This is my Sunday morning. Every Sunday morning. Mid July to mid May.
On the touchline. Muddy, usually cold. Heart in my mouth, fists clenched.
Every Sunday there is a match or training or travel to a festival for a whole day of watching rugby.
Every Sunday there is a rush for kit and boots and water bottles.
Daniel is starting his fifth year of rugby. Mia her second.
But what you can’t see is that I’m stood on that touchline with a group of wonderful, supportive parents.
All of us bursting with pride. All of us moaning about losing our Sunday mornings but when pushed we wouldn’t have it any other way!
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