Last month, my kids joined a wrestling team. After breaking up skirmishes in the living room on a daily basis, we decided that if they were going to wrestle with each other anyway, they might as well learn how to do it properly.
After the first few weeks of uncertainty, they're getting into the rhythm of practices and tournaments, and are constantly asking me when they get to go to wrestling again. Their twice a week practices end with two excited little ones who can't wait to get home and practice their new skills.
This last practice however, my kiddos came home with heads low and the usual fountain of energy gone. Thinking that they'd met some wall in skill, or had been chastised by a coach, I prepared my best "hard work pays off" speech. Much to my surprise, the issue wasn't about ability or behavior, but rather about not having the right partner to practice with. One kids partner had been unfocused and off task, and the other had been resistant to lend a helping hand when it was needed.
Now of course, these are 5 and 6 year old kids, wrestling for a basic foundation, and most importantly for fun. So no harm done. But it's a good reminder of the importance of having the right person in your corner.
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