Post # 1
Will I enjoy it or want to be at home? We are in the balcony, row 6, so not too high up. Will I be miserable or will I be ok??? We don’t know yet if our seats are mid-row or aisle. What do you think??
ETA: This was supposed to be in BABIES…don’t know what happened…sorry!!
Post # 3
I’ll take the tix if you don’t want ’em!! 😉
Just kidding. I say go! We want this baby to be a Boston sports fan before he or she even arrives into the world!! 🙂
Okay so maybe some actual parents can weigh in now!! 😉 Sorry I’m no help!
Post # 4
I think you will still have a good time. You still have aways to go so I would try to get out and keep doing things until you are way too uncomfortable to go!
Post # 5
@MrsMaine: Yea, we figured we would have no problem selling them! Section 317, row 6, and including fees and shipping (StubHub and the tickets are currently in Canada) we paid $65 each!! This game is Jan 31 against Ottowa. We are also going to the October 18th game (vs. Carolina) in the corner balcony(306), row 13, and we paid more ($73) for those! I am happy with 2 games this season, though I would prefer more! 🙂
Post # 6
I think you’ll be fine. I’m 32 wks now, and if I weren’t on bed rest, I’d definitely be able to go to a game. Depending on how you’re feeling, you may find you’ll bring more things for comfort to the game than you normally would, but it’s definitely do-able.
Post # 7
Do it! …and if you’re miserable at that point, then sell the tickets. I would take them too, but there’s the little problem that I now live about 3000 miles away… plus MissMaine already has firist dibs. Hopefully you can get an aisle seat though!
Post # 8
Why not do it? I am going camping next weekend and I will be 31 almost 32 weeks along and we are tenting it
Post # 9
We’re going to a Ducks (I know, I know, boo . . . ) game at 33 weeks. Luckily, Darling Husband splurged for lower level seats, because there’s no way I was going to be waddling down to the bathroom from our usual nosebleed seats every few minutes!
Heathaah, hopefully the final score cooperates so you can fully enjoy it 🙂
@Sassygrn: Enjoy the camping! That’s awesome.
Post # 11
@heathaah: you’ll be fine in those seats – probably a little more comfy if you’re on the aisle rather than the middle of the section but row 6 in 317 is only a few up from the ledge… row 15 might be dicey, lol
we’re trying to get in as many home games as possible before our son arrives, so maybe I’ll see you there! I’ll be 31 weeks as of the home opener, I’ll let you know how comfortable it is 🙂
Post # 12
I went to the Sox game at 30 weeks. Not the most comfortable game ever but it was worth it 🙂
Post # 13
Do it! Your baby needs to learn loyalty from a young age
Post # 14
Unless you’re actually playing you should be fine. 🙂
But really, every woman is different if you’re not sick or on bed rest you should be perfectly fine. I didn’t start to get uncomfortable until about 34 weeks.
Post # 15
I can’t speak about the whole being pregnant thing, but I’m happy to see that you’re raising your baby right (as a B’s fan) lol