I love it when my boys spend time together.
This past Saturday the boys had a whole day planned to spend with their father. They wanted to go to this Crossfight B-Daman tournament that they saw details for on tv, so they urged their dad to attend the competition in Megamall for the weeks leading up to the event. (Of course, they had planned for lunch at their favorite restaurant too…YABU!)
When they arrived there was a line of 50 kids waiting to compete against each other. With a turn out as large as this, there was surely going to be a ton of competition. Nino texted me and said that the boys would need to modify their equipment if they were going to be able to keep up, so they each added a new feed to their B-Damans and then they were ready to compete.
Each round had them competing against one kid who measured up in height. The winner would wear a tag to signify that he was going on to the next round.
Then they would line up again and get ready for the second round. During the second round you had to aim your B-Damas at the obstacle in the middle and the first one to push the obstacle all the way to the opponents goal line would move on to the second round.
Unfortunately, Mig didn’t make it to the third round.
In the end, Diego was able to fight for his BRONZE medal with is Kuya and his Dad (biggest fan) cheering him on.
It was a great day for the whole family! The boys had precious bonding time with their dad while creating memories that they will have forever. The girls enjoyed quiet time at home, where this Momma was able to catch up on some work, AND clean up around the house. Gia even got to bake some pumpkin cookies too!
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I don’t even know what B-Damans are. LOL! What did Diego win?
Oh Kaye, it’s so hard to keep up with all the toys! It doesn’t help that the tv show on Disney says “COLLECT THEM ALL!” *sigh* And they just keep coming out with more and more characters and accessories for these things. Anyway, I’m sure the kids will join another tournament because they had so much fun with their Dad for this one. Diego won a tshirt and his medal. He wore the tshirt the very next day and the medal only came off his neck this morning before he went to school. (I did tell him, he absolutely could NOT sleep with it around his neck for fear he might choke in his sleep.)