T-Ball Game Day Snacks Both Moms and Kids Will Love
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My son started T-Ball this year and I absolutely love it! It's so much fun to see him grow as a person and as a teammate. His skills started off a little rough, but man, has he grown! And with that increase in skills, his love for the game has grown as well!
I have zero background in baseball, so everything this year has been new to me. Before the season started I had to ask around and figure out how to get him started on a team and then trying to figure out what gear he needed was a whole other issue! I am a planner and I like details and some organizations are just not run that way...but I digress...It's been a learning curve for all for us. A change in our daily routine - 2 games and a practice every week can really mess with your rhythm and knowing where to be and when has been a bit challenging to this new-to-baseball family. But we're making it.
One area I was excited to learn about was that the parents take turns being responsible for bring the kiddos game-day snacks. Now that is something I can get on board with! I love being "that mom". You know the one, the over achiever type, but I also don't have a ton of time to hand draw baseballs onto fruit cups (It's adorable, but come on!). So I thought I'd show you the game day snacks that I put together for my son's T-Ball game tomorrow.
Here's a look at what I put into their baseball game day snacks bags and where you can find everything I included!
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