Keeping Your Cool with Red Sox Baby Clothes

Day games in Boston in July can be downright hot. When you’re attending the game with your family, which may include a new baby, you’ve got even more reasons to be hot. You’re lugging a diaper bag and maybe even a stroller, not to mention the fact that you’ll be holding the little one or wearing them in a Snugli. One way to stay cool and look cool is by getting some great Red Sox baby clothes and gear.

Our collection of Red Sox baby clothes includes adorable one piece body suits that are perfect for even the smallest infants, but can also be worn with shorts for the toddler set. You can choose from gray, navy, and red selections, as well as a Trio that include three different styles. Want some Red Sox baby clothes that are a bit more girly? We carry licensed Red Sox baby clothes in pink, just for her!

Add a Red Sox cap to keep the sun out of your little one’s eyes—plus he or she will look super cute!

After you’ve browsed the Red Sox baby clothes, avid fans may also want to check out the Red Sox MobY Wrap. A must have for the season ticket holder with a newborn, this wrap will help you cheer on the Sox while hands free. Moby Wraps are known for their innovative construction that allows you to use your back and shoulder muscles to bear the weight, thus making them super comfortable to wear for all nine innings and maybe even some extra.

Now that you and your baby look the part with your Red Sox baby clothes, there are a few other things you can do to stay cool and cheer on the Sox:

  • Be sure to have plenty of water breaks for you and baby. Staying hydrated in the heat is essential and dehydration can come on faster than you think, particularly for the little ones.
  • While that diaper bag may seem like a bit of a hindrance, you can make the most of it by taking along some cold packs and apply as needed.
  • Take a walk every few innings. You and your baby will not only appreciate the change of scenery, but keeping your blood flowing can aid in staying cool.
  • Bring along a personal mister or fan. These are fun and they keep you cool.
  • Avoid alcohol and salt, which can speed up dehydration. (True, tough at the ballpark, but just keep all things in moderation)
  • Keep a close watch on your little guy and everyone you’re with to monitor anyone who is showing signs of heat exhaustion or dehydration.

There’s nothing better than a great baseball game on a bright sunny day, but soon fall arrives with a chilly wind. That’s when you can shop to find more Red Sox baby clothes, like jerseys, wind suits, and stocking caps to keep your Red Sox baby in the game!

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