Wednesday, September 10, 2014

::Family Night:: #porsiemprenaranja

::Momma Disclosure:: { This is not a compensated post. I received complimentary tickets for the special Houston Dynamo VIP event and a family 4-pack for a giveaway in collaboration with Lopez Negrete Communications  and Houston Dynamo. All opinions and statements expressed below are my own and true and honest. }

My son was finally accepted in the local toddler soccer league  this season. As a 4 almost 5 year old boy his focus is really not all there. Let's just say he doesn't exactly play soccer just yet. When I was invited to attend the Houston Dynamo special event and home game I thought; "What a better way to teach my son soccer then showing him soccer, other than on T.V.!" Como quien dice, en Vivo y a todo Color! My Hubby is also a huge, did I say huge? I meant ginormous soccer fan. Especially, yes his Mexico team. So, this would be an ideal family night for this Momma and her boys. {My Daughter went to a birthday party with her GranMa Chelo}

So last Saturday we headed out to downtown Houston to the BBVA Compass Stadium to enjoy an afternoon of soccer! We also had the opportunity to be on the field during the teams warm-up, and see some  of the newest Dynamo players. The Houston Dynamo faced the Montreal Impact it was great for our little man to have this experience especially this month, it's his Birthday month so I am glad we got to share this with him.

The night was also filled with great company from fellow bloggers; such as Alba of Independent Mami. The experience began with a walk into the Dynamo Media room. Where Coach Tim Hanley gave us a sneak peak of what was to come that night and answered some of the fan questions, something that is done regularly with Season ticket holders. We then walked out onto the field  for an up close look at the teams warm-up! 

After warm-up was done we headed back to our seats. The night was warm and we enjoyed drinks and hot-dogs like most other sporting event goers. But, without a doubt as soon as the first goal was scored my Son's excitement peaked! El Batallion had us dancing in our seats and singing some classics such as como te voy a olvidar from the Angeles Azules. Seeing my Son's face as he experienced "stocker" {as he calls it} first hand was awesome! No matter how much sweat came off my face I enjoyed it. 

The evening was fun and had so many great highlights including the Dynamo winning 3-1. The orange haze filled the night and the celebrations brought on fireworks, dancing and cheering!  It was a fun family friendly activity that I would not mind doing again.

We also had the opportunity to meet the Houston Dynamo players after the game but we had to leave early and didn't get to experience that part of the event. You though can find more information on their newest players and entire team online:

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