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I had the chance to talk about my latest post about how adults go crazy over a kid’s game on the Pat&JT Show this morning.

Talk about therapeutic!

And here’s the kicker: I received calls, tweets, and even an invitation to connect with someone on LinkedIn as a result. People are passionate about this topic. It seems as though we’ve all witnessed at least one rabid adult going completely ballistic at a youth sporting event.

Enjoy listening to the replays below. For those in/around Omaha, I’m on air every Tuesday and Thursday from 7-8 a.m. on KQKQ Q98.5 FM. Tune in to listen and call in to 402-962-9898 if you have something you want to add to the conversation!

You’ll hear Jill (JT), me, and Whit, who was filling in for Pat today, in the segments below.

If you’d like to listen to the entire 7 a.m. podcast, you can access that here. Fair warning: I maaayy have found a way to bring the discussion back to my collegiate softball playing days at the 8:30 mark. I also said I was “an 18-year old collegiate senior.” I’ve never been good at math.

Written by Heidi Woodard

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Here’s the momaha article I wrote about how intense West Coast baseball and softball players, parents, and coaches are. I used to play with them and against them. They take competitive craziness to a whole ‘nother level.

Listen to my rationale…and allow me to relive glory days gone by.

Written by Heidi Woodard

My friend, Melissa, and I talk every Thursday on the Pat&JT Show. This is, hands-down, one of my favorite segments.

Melissa talks about how she re-gifts Victoria Secret underwear from her mother-in-law to me every year. I do a lot of gutteral belly laughing. Enjoy.

Written by Heidi Woodard