Sunday, October 30, 2016

Soccer for Gage

Last year Gage got to watch Hunter play soccer and immediately stated he wanted to play when he got old enough. Well this year he was old enough to play 3 year old soccer. He loved practice and was about one of the only ones that would do all of the drills and never complained or sat out. I just knew the season was going to be fun for him and he would be eager to play.





There were only 2 teams this year so they played eachother every single game.Gage was on the blue team and the other team was the pink team. At the first game, he expressed how much he wasn't thrilled about playing the pink team. He kept telling me that he wasn't going to play them. Can you tell he doesn't like pink? ha! Out of around 10 games, he only played maybe 4. There was always a big crowd for his games and that made him super nervous. I don't blame him at all. So each game day we would dress him but honestly never knew if he was going to play. Thankfully Hunter played on the field next to him and his games started either 30 minutes before or after Gage's games so Gage could just sit with us or go play...his choice! However when he did play he had a blast and truly got into the game. He did enjoy his coach (or as he called him "his boss"). You could tell his coach had fun with them all.














Poor guy started having really bad sinus issues in the middle of the season. The only thing that clears him up is his breathing treatments. Clearly coloring helps pass the time. Love it!

I could just eat these two up! The bond between them can't be broken right now and I hope/pray it always stays that way.






Gage would keep running off the field and tell Matt or me that he loves us. It was the sweetest thing!










Gage at his team party. It was held at Central Park with a big bouncy slide and all. They had fun!





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