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started playing baseball with the neighborhood kids. They have a wide collection of baseball cards
which they trade and buy – no matter how much the price, know every single
player in the league, can recite stats from every major game, they probably won’t
want to miss any single game and they would love to pass on baseball love to
their children as a legacy as well. In
fact, it is so easy to spot dads who are
big baseball fans. Their babies are showing their baseball love by wearing Red Sox baby clothes! And once the children
are old enough, taking the children to a baseball game is a must, like some
sort of rite of passage.
that there are millions of reasons why
you should totally avoid going to a baseball game – like the cost and endless
requests to take them to the bathroom in the middle of the game, but if dad is
so excited to take the kids to their first major baseball event, here are a few
things you should be mindful of:
- Prepare your child for the game. Try watching a couple of baseball games for
kids. Read books about baseball. Or dad can take him to a baseball game in the
- Buy your child his very own team cap and jersey.
- Let dad talk about his favorite player and let
your child get excited into watching him in action.
- Your child may be restless in his seat. Make sure you bring snacks and small toys to
keep them entertained.
- The weather can be unpredictable. It can get windy on a warm day so don’t
forget to bring an extra hoodie or jacket.