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Little Athletes, Big Moments

Many Christmases ago my oldest brother gave our parents a couple of framed photos. They were of his two kids playing sports. In one, his firstborn daughter with blue mouthguard showing, making a defensive stop during a field hockey game on a typically dodgy elementary school field. In the other, his son alongside his defensive line teammates, in a three-point stance before the snap on a muddy gridiron, sporting a helmet and shoulder pads that look two sizes too big …

Just Like Mom Taught Us

We learn so much during the first phase of life. When the world is new, every day is filled with the opportunity to learn and grow. From first steps to schoolyard squabbles, each experience and each challenge brings with it lessons that will shape the people that we will become. And for so many of us, the most important lessons that we learn when we are young are the ones that we learn from our moms. Some are habits that …

This is What Mom Means to Us (We made a video!)

Here at Fracture, we believe Mother’s Day is one of the most important holidays out there. Our moms give us everything, so it’s only fair that we give back at least one day a year (but really, we think every day should be Mother’s Day). We wanted to show our mothers how much they mean to us by choosing a single word each that we think is equivalent to the word “mom.” Here’s what “mom” means to us:   At Fracture, …

Moms are Ridiculous.

 -ly AWESOME. Think about it. You would never be where you are today without your mom. You would never BE without your mom. Too often, it’s easy to take her for granted. There was a time in your life when you just crapped your pants without giving it a second thought, sometimes with a smile on your face. And she just picked you up, cleaned you up, and sent you right back to playing. And this happened on a DAILY …