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Weekends with my family consist of being at the baseball field. We are either driving my 15-year-old son to baseball practices or tournament games. It can get really exhausting quickly! Most of the time practices last 2-4 hours unless it is before a game then it lasts only an hour. Because of this, many parents bring items that are going to make them as comfortable as possible. The major items we like to bring are comfy chairs, warm blankets, cooler, and canopy.
Kid’s Weekend Summer Tournament Games Preparation
Having comfortable chairs are very important because we sit down a lot. The Roraima lounging chair is one of my favorite chairs because it is roomy, sturdy and reliable. This reclining chair has a headrest and footrest. It is made from mesh material which keeps me cool. It has a large pocket on the side which I keep my snacks, sunscreen and cell phone. Also, it has 2 cup holders.
A durable canopy is a must have during hot summer months because it keep us cool and protects us from the hot sun. We also bring a blanket in case my son wants to rest between games or if it gets chilly.
Coolers are very important to bring to games because it keeps the food fresh and the drinks really cold. We also noticed we spend less money and eat healthier. We like to bring more than 1 cooler to the games because my son takes the small one to the dugout and we keep the large one. In the small cooler, we fill it with Gatorade, water and protein bars to keep my son hydrated and energized. We keep sandwiches, snacks, fruits, and water in the large cooler.