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Monday, September 17, 2012
Have you decided to take your child to a Major League Baseball game yet? If you can find the right day/night to do so I highly suggest doing it as soon as possible. It can be a great bonding experience if done correctly. The Real Matt Daddy recently posted about his successful trip to Camden Yards with his daughter, and I was able to take away some great tips from his post. Some ways to ensure that your child has a good first experience at the ballpark include everything from being able to locate the team mascot once at the stadium to bringing ample snacks in with you, if allowed! Plan ahead if you and your child will be sitting in the sun all day at the game and bring hats, sunglasses, and sunscreen! Bring another adult with you so that they can look after your child when you go to grab snacks or take a bathroom break. Sure you're there to see a ballgame, but keep in mind the age of the child you are bringing. If there is a section of the ballpark for kids, as there typically will be, make sure that you at least visit the area for a bit. There will without a doubt be some sort of relatively inexpensive souvenir you can buy for your child and trust me they will cherish this small gift forever. I still have a souvenir plastic helmet from my first baseball game! Most of all be willing to leave early if and when it becomes necessary.
Read the first hand experience here at: Taking My Daughter to Her First Orioles Game