Womens Water Polo Weekend

You are all probably expecting photos of lovely, muscular women playing water polo, but sorry to disappoint this post is about something else. Last weekend Blackberry #1 was invited to the Womens Water Polo Family Day that took place at a farm in the middle of nowhere:)

It was not easy to locate the farm so good thing they put out balloons along the road.

WE finally arrived:

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Everybody brought some cake or cookies, so this was the result:

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The kids had different challenges where they had to collect stamps (8 of them) and at the end they got a certificate of being a Great Rascal:)

Here are the Challenges:

Running through hula-hoops:

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Climbing up a tree:

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Archery:

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Riding a Horse (This was the most difficult stamp for us to get since Blackberry #1 does not really like horses, he says they are Big and Smelly:), but he was willing to walk next to the Horse so he earned his stamp:

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Ride in a horse carriage:

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The Certificate:

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They also had races for 6 teams. Blackberry #1 was in the Seahorses team. He had different tasks, like running with a bucket or sitting in a wheelbarrow while someone was running with it (he was the smallest on the team, so that is why he got this great task:)

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And the great news is that Team Seahorses won first prize the GOLD MEDAL:)

Blackberry #1 also got a tatoo, he choose himself a skull:)

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Do you like going to Family day kind of events?

 

 

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10 thoughts on “Womens Water Polo Weekend

  1. Oh my goodness, that spread looks DELICIOUS!

    Uh, I don’t have any experience of family day events, though. Your post encourages me to turn up to any I might find 🙂 .

  2. I second: I want to sit at that table!!!!!

    And yes, I love those kind of events – fun for everybody (often even for free 😉 ). Looks like you had a fair few nice things to try out!

  3. This was such a great post! Where did you hear about this? What is the youngest age in your opinion that a child can enjoy such a family event? Blackberry 1 is so cool to participate in so many things! I saw grandpa helping out as well… cool of him too! 🙂

    xoxo, Eszter

    • Blackberry #1 was invited to the event by the water polo ladies, they teach him to swim:) Well, there were kids of all ages there, but some of the challenges were pretty hard so I don’t think younger kids could succeed. So I would say age 5. Yes we took Grandpa with us, he mainly looked after Blackberry #2.

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