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5 Tips for Taking Baby to a Baseball Game

By Lauren Jimeson |

Baseball is one of me and my husbands favorite sports. We are very lucky to live in a city with two baseball teams and stadiums nearby. We wanted to introduce our girls to baseball early on, so we started taking them to baseball games at a young age. Many people thought we were crazy for bringing a baby to a baseball game, but little did they know it’s actually a lot of fun.

We’ve made it to several games this season and have brought Avery to every single one of them. The best part is that we’ve been able to stay the entire game without even as much as a whimper from Avery. Baseball games are very kid and baby friendly and I recommend taking your little one as soon as you can. But before you head out to the stadium, check out these tips for taking your little one to a baseball game.

5 Tips for Taking Baby to a Baseball Game

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Check out these tips for taking baby to a baseball game. 

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Read more from Lauren at her personal blog, A Mommy in the City, where she chronicles her life living in New York City with a suburban mentality. For more updates, follow Lauren on FacebookTwitterPinterest, and Instagram! Check out more of Lauren’s Babble posts at Babble Baby.

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Lauren Jimeson is the author of A Mommy in the City, which chronicles living the city life with a suburban mentality. Read bio and latest posts → Read Lauren's latest posts →

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