Scary Mommy

How To Survive Travel Sports

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Having a kid who plays sports means that lazy weekends are a thing of the past and meals on the go are part of your future. But planning ahead can make things feel less chaotic, even when your kid is practically living out of their gym bag. And your car can even help you feel more organized and more efficient. What a time to be alive.