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My little Soccer player. PICTURE

post #1 of 18
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Ok forgive me but I had to share my daughters soccer pic! Its her first soccer pic and she was afraid of the camera. She hates strangers taking her picture.


http://www.dewittphoto.com/mp_client...&eventid=36283
post #2 of 18
Awww! She looks cute!
post #3 of 18
What a little athlete. It is a cute picture
post #4 of 18
What a great picture of her! She is a real cutie-pie! Keep us posted on how her league does!
post #5 of 18
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What a great picture of her! She is a real cutie-pie! Keep us posted on how her league does!
There are no scores for her age. It's all just for fun and to learn the game.
post #6 of 18
Shes a doll!!!
post #7 of 18
Awwwwwwwww what an adorable pic. How is that going for her? I know you said before that she was so incredibly shy on her first day of practice. Has it helped her come out of her shell a bit?
post #8 of 18
Oh she's adorable
post #9 of 18
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Awwwwwwwww what an adorable pic. How is that going for her? I know you said before that she was so incredibly shy on her first day of practice. Has it helped her come out of her shell a bit?
YES it has. Ok well not so much in other areas. But she will run and play. She will talk to the other kids and one coach. She is participating which is all I wanted out of her. She doesn't run as fast as the other kids and she hesitates to get into the group and get the ball. I think she's afraid of getting knocked down or something. But anyway as long as she is having fun that's all that matters.
It's all just one step at a time for her. Every experience is a fight with her. Ex: if you were to walk up to her and start talking to her she would hide and give you the meanest look possible. But after a few visits she'd likely lighten up and "might" talk to you. It's just a slow process of getting her to feel comfortable around other people.
post #10 of 18
Awwwww shes just shy and thats ok. As she gets older Im sure she will have a different perspective on things. But Im so glad this is helping her.
post #11 of 18
You are going to wish she was that shy when she gets older... She is cute...
post #12 of 18
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You are going to wish she was that shy when she gets older... She is cute...

I hope so Cats. It's more than just shy actually. The school calls it selective mutism. I just think she has a phobia of strangers. Whatever it is one thing is evident. Her social skills never did develop correctly. I don't know if that's because I sheltered her when she was younger, or if it was scarry stories my mother put in her head. All I know is that I have to encourage her to do different things and when she starts doing it she hates me, but after awhile she's glad I made her.
post #13 of 18
haha, i will have to check when i get home.
when i went to look my network told me
adult/porn
post #14 of 18
She's very pretty!
post #15 of 18
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haha, i will have to check when i get home.
when i went to look my network told me
adult/porn
That is far from adult/porn!

I am glad your daughter is starting to come out of her shell. Hopefully, soccer is what she needs!
post #16 of 18
lol no one said the are head network admin had any tech skills.
In fact, i kinda think he lied about what skills he said he had.
post #17 of 18
She looks great and so althetic in her outfit. I was so shy too. Still am Don't feel bad about pushing her, its a good thing to do
post #18 of 18
How cute (but she does look like she wants to throw the ball at the photographer's head)
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