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This is hilarious. I had no idea that people spent so much energy hating, of all people, a group of family dedicated women known as "soccer moms". I fit some definitions; I'm in my early 30's, drive a fuel inefficient SUV to lug my kids & their equiptment, the family dog and our mountain bikes or snow boards, for lack of a better choice of vehicles that can accomodate my lifestyle--but please, as if I had much choice. When a fuel efficient car that can accomodate my kids and our stuff is an option I'll buy it, and yes I'm Christian. But here's where I differ...I'd NEVER put any bumper stickers on my SUV cuz it ruins the paint ;) My kids are homeschooled anyway. YES homeschooled! They learn what they want to learn and what is not taught in school (and I am not talking about the Bible, I'm talking skills needed in the real world). I am not an anal retentive mom who censors everything. That's unrealistic. There are harsh realities that I don't shelter my kids from because I would be doing them a disservice. My 8 year old listens to everything (r&b and rap being his favorites), loves Jazz and Oldies too, just NOT country music. Because my child is exposed to the cursing in rap, plays "violent" games like Unreal Tournament, watches Harry Potter movies, etc. he is a well rounded kid. We do censor of course, but aren't tight assed. We are not our child's "Friend" either and don't let kids walk over us. We are REAL parents who set boundaries and discipline. Not with ludicrous "time outs" but w/ REAL consequences. We are not lazy parents. We are very involved parents. My family isn't white, we are bi-racial (black and mexican) so we, or rather, I, don't fit the bitchy Starbuck's drinking home maker who overprotects her angelic kids to the point of driving the kids away and other "colorful" descriptions. I've met the stereotypical "soccer mom", and I don't like her either. But we are not ALL like that. There are more NOT like that than there are those who are. Really.
In reality soccer moms have gotten a bad rep because of some "bad apples". I don't live off my husband's income. In fact, in addition to homeschooling and tutoring kids other than my own, I operate two businesses, manage our familiy's real estate investments, volunteer doing publicity and fundraising for various organizations (not the PTA--remember, we homeschool), and guess what, excellent driver; I don't myself, my kids, or others in harm's way with bad driving. If my kids are late for activities then they are late...better late than never.
by A REAL balanced soccer mom November 09, 2005
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totally hot momma. would be completely unaware of their hotness except that punks get in traffic accidents when they watch these soccer moms cross the street. yeah, you want 'em. and when you're a money making executive, you'll pay for 'em. Them and a minivan. yeah you will.
He wanted that soccer mom but was afraid she wouldn't want a little guy who's only sexual experiences were with himself.
by soccer mom August 21, 2005
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Moms who love their kids and don't mind taking them places... especially to soccer practice. You gotta love 'em... especially those who coach soccer! Lot's of people tease them for driving big SUV's but that's because they are generous enough that they always end up driving tons of kids everywhere! They are hardworking and love their kids and soccer. It's a hard job so don't tease them... could you make dinner, lunches, breakfast, clean, drive kids everywhere,shop for an entire family,and still manage to be cheerful all at the same time?! (I'm not a soccer mom but it's annoying when people trash talk them... I am a soccer OBSESSIVE however)
I don't have an example! but I need to put something here!
by Annacoco April 29, 2005
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Moms who love their kids and don't mind taking them places... especially to soccer practice. You gotta love 'em... especially those who coach soccer! Lot's of people tease them for driving big SUV's but that's because they are generous enough that they always end up driving tons of kids everywhere! They are hardworking and love their kids and soccer. It's a hard job so don't tease them... could you make dinner, lunches, breakfast, clean, drive kids everywhere,shop for an entire family,and still manage to be cheerful all at the same time?! (I'm not a soccer mom but it's annoying when people trash talk them... I am a soccer OBSESSIVE however)
I don't have an example! but I need to put something here!
by Annacoco April 29, 2005
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These definitions are terrible. You are stereotyping a group of people that you know nothing about. How dare you say that a soccer mom has nothing better to do with her life? Today's children will be paying for your social security someday, at least we are contributing to the pot by raising educated, well-adjusted, productive members of society! And FYI, in today's world, most soccer moms actually work full-time in addition to raising our children. We just have to work a little harder than you folks who believe that sleeping in is the ultimate goal in life. It's sad that when I search the internet for "soccer mom" to find gifts to say thanks to the ladies that are helping me with my league, that I have to run across crap like this, better yet, let's call it what it is...shit...So there, soccer moms also cuss when the situation calls for it. We just have created happy lives for ourselves where we don't have to cuss very often. After all, shouldn't happiness be the ultimate goal in life. Keep trying to justify your sad existance. Most soccer moms won't take time to contradict you. We are to busy contributing to society.
I am a controller for a publicly traded corporation. I have 3 children, 2 of which are old enough for competitive soccer. My husband works full-time in the computerized manufacturing industry, as well as owning his own drafting company on the side. He coaches 3 soccer teams each season; one for each of our daughters. I am the president of the league and manage 750 kids per year. All this, in addition to our jobs and raising 3 kids. Yet my children are at the top of their classes at school, they are happy and well-adjusted, they have friends and a social network to help them survive their upcoming teen-age years. All this takes an EXTREME amount of sacrifice from everyone involved in our lives, but the children of America are worth it. And I have issues with anyone who says otherwise. Perhaps I am what a "real" soccer mom is.
by LoriAnn September 04, 2005
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