Outnumbered: How an Average Supermom Raised Five Professional Athletes
I have five sons, each born about two years apart. I went from changing diapers to toilet training to changing diapers to toilet training to buying jockey shorts and then athletic supporters. My boys went from weighing a collective thirty-nine pounds at birth to now weighing over half a ton and each having become a professional athlete! Did I have any idea that I was raising five future athletes? Of course not. I have driven or flown hundreds of thousands of miles over the last thirty-plus years to ice rinks, baseball diamonds, football fields, and basketball courts, to mention a few. Besides athletes, they are now entertainers, fathers, entrepreneurs, role models, and familiar faces on TV. I dedicated 24/7/365 to raise my "boys" to be hard workers, and good citizens. Outnumbered is a book about some of the events in my sons' lives as told by me, the only female on the team. I never would have dreamed that I would have the life that I had while raising these incredible athletes.