I will be the first to admit that I am usually the loudest mom cheering at my son, Ryan's baseball games. I just love to watch him play and I also encourage his teammates in a positive, sometimes too boisterous way. I never yell anything negative, but I do come up with some clever nicknames and phrases when I cheer. Oh and I also mic myself up. This week, I found a way to work a popular and funny commercial into my "Big League Chooch".

Brian always gives me a hard time because he thinks I am loud and obnoxious with what I shout out at Ryan's games. He says he hates it, but I think he secretly loves it. This week I actually got him to admit that he wasn't put off by any of my cheers at Ryan's baseball game. I think I am slowly winning him over.

I know each time there is a game the other baseball moms appreciate my humor, passion, and witty things I shout out. They love when I cheer on their kids. I have given some of the kids' nicknames and now everyone calls the kids by their new nicknames.

Each week at Ryan's games, no matter what the sport, I am the loudest and proudest mom cheering on the sidelines. At times it may be obnoxious and too loud, but I don't care because I am always giving positive reinforcement as I cheer. I am always mic-ed up too so you can all hear how loudly I yell and become the "Big League Chooch".

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