First Football Match

Thursday, 23 October 2014

First Football Match

This week big man has been a star. He took good care of his brothers whilst I was poorly. He also made me a get well soon card, even if he chose to give it me whilst I was throwing up! Luckily it was only a 24hr bug and I was well in time to take him to his first school football match. When it comes to football I have to confess it isn't my thing. Infact he does after school football as it saves me having to go and watch. Standing around outside is definitely not my thing. However, he had been chosen to play for his school, so I was looking forward to go and went prepared with a bag full of snacks to keep little man entertained.

Of course within 2 minutes of arriving, little man had eaten the extensive range of snacks and was complaining that I hadn't taken more. Watching big man play was really interesting. He may not be a star scorer, but he is a team player. His excitement was infectious. It was beautiful to see him so happy. He took more of a defense role. I can't really comment on whether the team played well or not as I have no idea, but they won their matches so I would say that is a good sign. The all shook hands with the other teams at the end of each game. It was a lovely afternoon which has made me realise that maybe I need to know a little bit more about football. Now, what is the offside rule again?

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16 comments:

  1. Sarah MumofThree World23 October 2014 at 19:36

    How lovely! Very well done to him!
    You might as well get used to it - as mum of three boys, that's your future starting right there!
    (Good news, there's no off-side rule until under 11s!)

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  2. Louise Fairweather23 October 2014 at 20:47

    Ahhhh so I have time to work it out :-)

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  3. Bless him! We have escaped the football thing with H, but I worry slightly that he'll miss out on the team thing. So lovely to be a team player at that age - I think a lot of them take a while to learn that.

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  4. Sounds like a brilliant match and he must have done brilliantly in defense. I love watching kiddie matches, everyone is always so excited! :)

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  5. He looks so happy lol. Well done on the match and looking after mum lol

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  6. Aww he looks really proud in his football kit! Well done!

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  7. Coombe Mill (Fiona)27 October 2014 at 11:46

    I've never been a big fan of football either but I agree that there's something infectious about the excitement and happiness of watching your kids play. Popping in from Magic Moments.

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  8. Louise Fairweather27 October 2014 at 12:10

    I know nothing about Rugby either!

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  9. Louise Fairweather27 October 2014 at 12:11

    Mad rush to get football boots the day before!

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  10. Louise Fairweather27 October 2014 at 12:14

    I only really like tennis

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  11. Louise Fairweather27 October 2014 at 12:17

    Soooooo good for looking after me!

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  12. Louise Fairweather27 October 2014 at 12:18

    Well they didn't let many goals in :-)

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  13. Jocelyn (@ReadingRes)27 October 2014 at 20:00

    Ah, how lovely, and just seeing him enjoy it is good enough, without you having to learn the offside rule, isn't it?! Fortunately, I do know about football so if my little one gets into it when he's older (and I'm certain he'll have encouragement from his dad!) I'll be OK, though I'm still not keen on the idea of standing about in the cold!

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  14. aww Lovely proud mummy moment. I'm not a big footie fan either but I reckon my little dude might end up being into football or maybe rugby?!

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  15. awww, what a lovely moment. I am not looking forward to the cold mornings at football matches!
    #magicmoments

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  16. OOhhh it means their team is good! I think this is not the last game that you are going to attend so yes you need to know the game wee bit =) #magicmoments

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