Scott Chandler's wife Alissa Chandler is the mother of his their three daughters and someone who appreciates history and old stuff. She was recently quoted as saying how much she was loving all the old homes in New England now that the family is moving there. She's said that "home isn't a specific city but rather the place where all of us are together again." Seems like a very good outlook for an athlete's wife, as they tend to travel and move a lot. Alissa's also a fan of UFC and a Ronda Rousey supporter. She even read her memoir and said she was a "fan for life" of the world's most dangerous woman.
If you've never seen an athlete's wife who is totally focused on her man, Scott Chandler's wife Alissa Chandler is a good example. She, like many proud and supportive wives, retweets everything and anything about her husband that she can find online. Much of the other things she posts are simply about how much she misses him and how little she and their daughters get to see him. She says "ten years later and he still gives me butterflies" when she posts an interview from patriots.com where he's just saying stuff like "we want to work hard and win games." Patriot player interviews can be the most boring thing on the planet because they never say anything you haven't heard one million times already. When it comes to player interviews, I think people would love to see the players' current emotional states before or after a game.
The family rented a monstrous truck in order to move out of Buffalo and into New England. Their three daughters, Lyla, Vayda and Ivy, are getting used to the moving lifestyle even though they're very young. Two of them are not even in kindergarten so it doesn't matter quite as much. Scott Chandler's wife Alissa Chandler said, "Buffalo you will always hold such a special place in my heart." That may be the first time anyone's ever said that about the city of Buffalo. You may be overdoing it a little there, Alissa.
Dashon Goldson's girlfriend Ashley North is another one of the ladies on E! Channel's show "WAGS," and she had a little breakdown recently after Dashon apparently got cold feet about their marriage. They've been together for about 11 years and have a daughter named Charly. Ashley said, "It's so hard with Charly. It's not just me and him. It's her too. It's like you are letting everyone down." What she means is that she wants a strong, stable family unit, and her being married to Dashon will provide that. She also said that what she knows about and was familiar with growing up was a husband and wife being together to form that family unit, and that's why she wants the ring on her finger.
But hey, she posted a quote online that said, "Happiness isn't about getting what you want all the time. It's about loving what you have and being grateful for it." It seems concessions have been made. Dashon Goldson's girlfriend Ashley North has said, "I really do suffer from resting bitch face. I'm really not a bitch most of the time." What she means is that when her face is at rest and without any expression, she thinks she looks like a bitchy person. I've heard other girls say this before, and I sort of know what they mean. A lot of people can get intimidated by resting bitch face because they assume the woman will be hard to talk to based on her resting face, and that's simply not true all the time. Sometimes, the only way to confirm the actual bitchiness levels are to interact with the person.
I suppose if Ashley North wasn't with Dashon Goldson, she might try to get with Kevin Hart because she is a major fan of his. She posts pictures of him online all the time, and I guess she just likes him. It's interesting because he's a very short fellow and Dashon is a pretty big fellow, but I guess Kevin is a handsome and charismatic guy so there you go. I always found him to be kind of annoying, and most of his stand up isn't that funny, in my opinion. Ashley also posted a quote that said: "Ladies, dating a successful man does not make you successful. Success is not sexually transmitted. Get your own so you're successful together." I'm curious if she's gotten her own success yet. Maybe she is counting being a mom as her success.
Cecil Shorts' wife Chanel Shorts is the mother of their two children, Cecil Jr. and their little girl Payton, whom they share photos of on their social media all the time. Their son Cecil Jr. just started going to elementary school, and their daughter is probably two years younger than he is so she'll have to wait. Though she did accompany Cecil Jr. to the school to take pictures with him. I get the impression Chanel is a very traditional mom in the sense that she celebrates wholesome and family activities as much as she can. Junior's first day at school is a good example of that.
I am guessing that Cecil Shorts' wife Chanel Shorts is originally from Cleveland because she's a big fan of the Cavaliers and has said things like "'til I die" in reference to her fandom. Now, this could also just mean she's simply a Lebron James fan, but I'll go with the team theory here. Chanel also started a business called Chanel's Closet, which is a clothes store that also sells used and vintage clothes along with handmade accessories. I'm fairly certain there's no actual location and the store itself is just her selling the items online. She's dipping her toes into the capitalist's pond so that's a good thing.
Chanel is also a very religious person, and she often includes little phrases like "god is good" and "we are so blessed" and whatever little nugget of religious zeal people use to say they enjoy the church these days. I've yet to come across a player wife or girlfriend that worships Satan, but you can bet it will be an excited and enthusiastic post when I find one.