MTTG34: Kaylea Peacock and Lisa Dews

First time for everything…Kaylea Peacock, daughter of a coach and NOW wife of a coach, nominated her mother, Lisa Dews…SO, I brought them both on to speak on this crazy coaching life! These 2 are a riot and I dare you not to giggle along with their infectious energy!

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MTTG33: Erin Braun

A former coach herself, Erin Braun understands the work that her husband does daily. This perspective has helped her to lend a listening ear when that is all that is needed. Erin also gives a big share as she discusses autism as it pertains to her family…and the support network around her.

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MTTG32: Whitney Jenkins

Coach’s wife AND a coach’s daughter, Whitney Jenkins is no stranger to “the game”…the moves, the highs AND the lows, the armchair quarterbacks, the fair weather fans, etc. Whitney has partnered with her husband, Derrick, to find some creative ways to plug in to the program and avoid the often unsavory comments of the fans!

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MTTG31: Kelly Morrison

Kelly Morrison is no stranger to adversity. In her 23 years in the “game”, she has weathered a few storms, but has come out stronger for it. Upon reflection of the journey, Kelly gives herself (and others) some advice about self-care and perspective.

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MTTG30: Leah Patton

Leah Patton has a heart for being a coach’s wife and encouraging others. Even in the face of adversity, such as infertility and loneliness, Leah seeks out positive networks of support. Leah also shares her advice on creative ways to communicate with your hubby.

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MTTG29: Tracie O’Neal

Tracie O’Neal is a busy working mom…UNT Cheer Coach and National Sales Director of Cheeleading.com, but Tracie still finds time to balance her work life with being a coach’s wife and mom of 2 busy boys! She and hubby (Bryan O’Neal – DC of Denton Braswell High School) are on the hamster wheel and wouldn’t have it any other way!

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MTTG28: Peggy Martin

Peggy Martin embraces every aspect of being a coach’s wife. She loves her wives and mentors them with her gift of words. She is ALL IN…even when her heart isn’t. Peggy shares how she battled the emotions of moving when she didn’t want to, and the heartache of leaving behind staff and families when the move was inevitable. But through it all, Peggy finds a way to immerse herself into the new program, new wives, new families and keep rollin’…

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MTTG27: Debra Watson

Debra Watson of Keller, Texas speaks on Love, Grace, Patience, & Perspective. Even in her short time as a coach’s wife, she and her husband, Kyle, have learned how to blend their Brady Bunch family using the strategies above. Debra shares what she hates about the coaching life, but more importantly what she loves!

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MTTG26: Kristen Dintaman

For coaches’ wives, the many hours that our husbands are gone can be lonely… or it CAN be empowering. Kristen Dintaman of Dayton, Ohio embraces her time alone as a time to explore her own independent endeavors and help the community.

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MTTG25: Kami Schlossnagle

CEO of the Schlossnagle family, Kami manages to take care of the home, the finances, the children, teach spin classes at TCU, AND volunteer with multiple charitable organizations. A self-proclaimed people pleaser, Kami shares some advice regarding when to say Yes…and when to say No! Kami also gives advice on when/how to approach your husband with the business of the day!

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