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Packing a Sports Survival Bag

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One of the most exciting parts about having children is having them be a part of the youth sport organizations in the community. When you only have one child though, it's hard to get the hang of it at first. Today, I thought I would share a quick post with you on what I pack in the sports bag that we take with us to games and practices. Looking at it, it's almost the same thing that I will pack in the bag when he attends swim classes this summer, minus a towel. I guess you can call this our all-around sports survival bag. 


What to pack in a sports survival bag:

  • first aid kit and cold pack
  • sunscreen for adult & kids 
  • wet wipes 
  • an extra change of clothes
  • snacks
  • drinks

Bringing along snacks and drinks is one of the most important things, and not just for the kids, you're going to be doing a lot of waiting. Our area is extremely warm in spring, staying hydrated during those long hours in the sun is so important. I like to stock up on POWERADE® and RITZ Bits Cracker Sandwiches during my Walmart shopping trips. 



POWERADE® is currently on rollback at Walmart, so I can pick up a few different flavored 8-packs. When shopping your Walmart, look for POWERADE® bottles with coupon neck hangers that will save you $1.50 on NABISCO 20-pack Multipack. 


Also look for NABISCO Multipacks with coupon stickers on boxes that will save you .75 when you purchase a 12-pack or larger NABISCO Multipack. The coupon boxes at my store went quickly, because who doesn't love a good deal? Plus these RITZ Bits Cracker Sandwiches are so good! 


A sports survival bag is essential for parents with kids in sports or any other physical type of activities. Our bag is stocked and will take us from baseball through summer swim classes at the local pool. Just remember to keep restocking the bandaids, sunscreen, bug spray, snacks and drinks, and you are good-to-go. Need more ideas for being a perfect sideline hero? Hit the link for more fun and informative ideas!

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  1. Mom survival bags are the best, especially when they're filled with delicious things to eat and drink! ~ Client

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