Baseball Mom Bag Essentials For a Major League Game

Baseball Mom Bag Essentials featured by top US mom blog, Baby Castan on Board

Baseball is a big part of our life. It’s something Dan and I have always enjoyed. This year, Aiden has been so excited to go to games so before Nolan even turned six weeks we had already been to two baseball games. There were people who thought we were a little crazy, but bringing a baby to a baseball game is easy — it’s the toddler that can be tricky šŸ™‚

Baseball Mom Bag Essentials featured by top US mom blog, Baby Castan on Board

Here are my baseball mom bag essentials for bringing a baby and toddler to a baseball game.

Baseball Mom Bag Essentials featured by top US mom blog, Baby Castan on Board

Many stadiums these days have limits around the size and type of bag that can be brought into a baseball stadium. The good news is diaper bags are usually exempt. While you can usually bring your diaper bag in you will want to go with a minimalist approach because they will likely want to search your bag thoroughly (at least that’s my experience). Plus, you will want space for souveniers or giveaways. We went on a promo day and ended up carrying around three bobbleheads and Nolan’s first game certificate!

Baseball Mom Bag Essentials featured by top US mom blog, Baby Castan on Board

I always completely empty my diaper bag before a game and repack it to make sure there is no food or any extra unnecessary items. Then I will use it as a backpack if it’s not already set up that way.

Baseball Mom Bag Essentials featured by top US mom blog, Baby Castan on Board

Baseball Mom Bag Essentials:

  • Sunscreen
  • Sun hat
  • Muslin blanket
    These are great to cover up sensitive baby skin from the sun or if it’s chilly at the game it can help keep baby warm. It can also be used as a nursing cover.
  • Nursing cover
    I love this 5-1 car seat canopy by Copper Pearl. It is multi-purpose, a car seat cover and nursing cover.
  • Diapers and lots of wipes
    Necessary for babies and messy toddlers!
  • Travel changing pad
    I always like to have one of these to put on the changing table in the public bathrooms.
  • Extra romper in case of emergencies
    I always have an extra romper in my diaper bag. They are one piece so they don’t take up a lot of space, but provide more coverage than a body suit!
  • Bottle with milk (if necessary — keep this at the top)
    If you are breastfeeding, keep in mind many stadiums have a lactation room. Check the stadium’s website in advance to see if they offer this.
  • Factory sealed water
    As long as it’s factory sealed many stadiums will allow you to bring in water. This is a great way to save money.
  • Sharpie
    You never know when you might run into a player.

My best advice from a baseball mom to another baseball mom is to wear your baby in a baby carrier. Strollers are bulky and you have to check them into guest services. Plus it allows you to be able to hold your toddler’s hand as you navigate the crowds. You can check out this post on Tips for Taking Your Baby to His (or her) First Baseball Game for more ideas.

Baseball Mom Bag Essentials featured by top US mom blog, Baby Castan on Board

What about you? Have you taken a baby to a baseball game? I would love to hear if you have other baseball mom bag essentials. Let me know in the comments!

If you liked this baseball mom post, go ahead and check out Stress Free Tips to Taking a Toddler to Visit the Washington Nationals Baseball Team and Philadelphia Phillies Stadium Tour: Tips to Bring Your Toddler to a Baseball Game.

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Melissa

Hi, Iā€™m Melissa! I am a mama to an energetic toddler, a wife to my amazing husband Dan, and I work full-time as a meeting planner. I started this blog because, after having my little guy, I quickly learned that exhaustion and baby brain causes you to forget some of the amazing (sometimes horrible and sometimes wonderful) details related to the first several months of raising a baby. Considering we may have more kids in the future, I want to document everything we do, so we remember what worked the first time around, and hopefully help other first time mamas along the way!

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