Truly Proud

This last weekend my oldest took part in another cheer competition.

Her team got 2nd! Most importantly though, Isabelle has found a sport that she loves whole heartedly. After dabbling in pretty much every activity and sport out there, I’m certain that cheerleading ‘is the one’.

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Thanks to cheerleading she’s stronger, more confident and pushes herself to learn and grow.

Always determined to give it her best, she has fun no matter what. Isabelle offers support to her team and is always there for them, helping with a stunt or just to be a friend. 

 For all of this and more, I’m so proud of my daughter!

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Comments

    • Tammi says

      Yes! They could’t stop smiling, it was great! I really must take my *real* camera next time though, the phone really doesn’t capture it well in a gym!

  1. says

    Cheering is so much more challenging than it was when I was in school back in the dark ages. I didn’t cheer but my friends did and it was totally different! Today it takes an enormous amount of time and talent! Congrats to your daughter and you should be proud!

    • Tammi says

      YES! I totally agree. I never used to think of cheerleaders as being true athletes but after seeing how they train and what they do – WOW!!

  2. says

    What a coincidence that we both chose the same topic for our WW entry. Mine was for my granddaughter while yours was about your daughter! My 11 y.o. granddaughter has ASD and like the others in her small team and all of the participants worked very hard for this event…… but then you already know that.LOL!

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