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I was gifted tickets for this event, however all opinions are my own.
When I first thought about taking my one year old to Paw Patrol Live, I was skeptical.
I knew for sure Caeden wouldn’t be able to go with. He is much too crazy to sit or stand in one area for a couple hours. I figured that Kendall on the other hand would have a blast, but I’d never taken her to anything like it before so I wasn’t sure what to expect!
Taking my one year old to Paw Patrol Live turned out to be a great idea!
At least for my outgoing and spunky Kendall.
I ended up making the evening into a mommy daughter date and invited my best friend and her daughter to join us. Both girls had so much fun!
The show was adorable, and had the girls standing up dancing and clapping along. I was honestly surprised by that because Kendall does nothing like that at home.
But there she was singing Paw Paw Paw!
With all of the fun that we had, here are a few things I learned from taking my one year old to Paw Patrol Live.
1. Leave your sensitive littles at home.
After viewing the show, I am 100% certain my sensitive boy twin Caeden would have not had the same experience as his sister Kendall. The show is very stimulating. While that is great for some, I would keep your little in mind when thinking about visiting a live show like Paw Patrol.
2. Pack all of the snacks
Check with your venue first, but mine allowed snacks for “babies”. So my best friend and I loaded up and the girls were snacking just about the whole time we were there if they weren’t jumping and dancing! It kept them busy which is always a win.
3. Get there early
Our venue filled up QUICK! I am glad we got there early enough to find our seats and get comfy before the show started.
4. Adjust nap times
If you’re taking your one year old to Paw Patrol Live, and they still nap, adjust their nap for the day. I made sure Kendall was tired enough to sleep on the way to the venue in the car so that she wouldn’t get too cranky during the show. It worked out pretty well!
5. Check in on the show length
I wish we would have done this ahead of time so I knew what to expect. The show is 85 minutes long with a break in the middle. Kendall got restless during the second half of the show and I should have used the break to get up and run around!
I hope these things I learned from taking my one year old to Paw Patrol Live have given you an idea of what to expect and do if you decide to take your little!
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