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The Business
Oct 25, 2003
In a world of my own.
Mums and Dads,

I am half thinking of taking my daughter to her first game on Saturday vs Northampton. We are staying at my Dads all weekend so I thought it made sense to give the wife a break and take my daughter to her first meaningful game.

Her past SUFC experience is the away friendly at Eastbourne when she got a bit bored and Southend under 10s away at Brighton when she got very bored -which was a shame as it was a cracking game.

My daughter is two and half (I know I look too young to have a child of that age). Are there any Mums or Dads that have taken kids at this age. My wife has said it will be a nightmare but I am thinking it would be good for my daughter to have a day out. Plus if she plays up I also have my Dad there for support.

Also anyone know what age you have to pay for kids from?

Thoughts appreciated.