Two Mondays ago Bryce started Soccer. He was so excited to be going to Soccer for him and not Noah. We got there and got all set up, he was running around kicking the ball, making friends and taking his water breaks. It was so freaking cute! Then Coach Matt comes out and starts some fun games for the kids and parents. With the kids only being 3 parent participation is required. I know Coach Matt from all of Noah's classes at Seacoast United so I wasn't too worried about having to run around with Bryce. That was until they played a form of freeze tag and Coach Matt went to tag Bryce......the poor kid took off screaming crying with a look of terror in his eyes. By the time he got to me he was shaking he was so scared. So the rest of the practice I ended up having to hold his hand and tell him it was okay. Not really how I thought it would end up but he still said he had fun. I got some cute pictures too, my camera doesn't work that well indoors....not sure why probably operator error. We missed last week due to Bryce having a cold which made his Asthma flare up and since I don't have a rescue inhaler for him yet we stayed home. Plus with all the sick kids from the week before I will admit that I was scared about what could be flying around there.
This coming Saturday is Noah's last game with HYA and is also the start of his Seacoast United league. One game starts at 8am and one at 8:30am, still working on that. We are really excited for Seacoast United to start again. Noah has always played there but this will be the 1st time he is old enough to actually join a team. His old team United from HYA picked up kids from 3 different teams to form another "United" team. We just found out last week that Noah would be playing cause the coach forgot to tell us that he signed Noah up. He said he just loves Noah and needed him to play. Noah is super excited cause his buddy Zack will be on the team with him and I think his other buddy Shawn is coming to play as well. This league runs 6 on 6 with a goalie and is all indoors. Indoors is better for Noah with his Asthma but his coach as gotten used to Noah needed his inhaler half way threw the game. Ben's a little shocked that his 5 year old is already starting "club" sports but is super excited for him to learn more.