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DamsideBear
30-08-2013, 21:54
I asked my son if he wanted to go to see the rangers tomorrow; and he said yes. Looking forward to it.

Proud dad tomorrow

How do I get him mentioned at half time tomorrow or am I to late?

Im going to cherish every minute of it and he turns 7 in a week's time too.

scott13rangers
30-08-2013, 22:00
well done , and i hope he enjoys it

potnryan_2
30-08-2013, 22:01
Took my 2 year old daughter to her 1st game versus Berwick last season and she loved it, she said the football was pish but Broxi was brilliant:o

Hope yer wee lad enjoys it mate

LowendLoyal12
30-08-2013, 22:01
take in sweets and juice and make sure he joins in when we are singing its hard to keep him watching 90 mins

DCI Gene Hunt
30-08-2013, 22:03
I asked my son if he wanted to go to see the rangers tomorrow; and he said yes. Looking forward to it.

Proud dad tomorrow

How do I get him mentioned at half time tomorrow or am I to late?

Im going to cherish every minute of it and he turns 7 in a week's time too.

Me too mate, taking my youngest for his first game. Pray for plenty of goals!

potnbear
30-08-2013, 22:03
Took my 2 year old daughter to her 1st game versus Berwick last season and she loved it, she said the football was pish but Broxi was brilliant:o

Hope yer wee lad enjoys it mate

Letting your 2 year old swear?

Poor parenting tbh!

All the best to the wee fella, Hopefully be taking my boy to his first game in the not too distant future.

potnryan_2
30-08-2013, 22:04
Letting your 2 year old swear?

Poor parenting tbh!

All the best to the wee fella, Hopefully be taking my boy to his first game in the not too distant future.

She said she got it from your 2!

dougiethebear
30-08-2013, 22:04
A moment you or he will never forget, enjoy it mate.��������

Top_Cat
30-08-2013, 22:04
Bring or buy a Nintendo :D

blueismycolour
30-08-2013, 22:07
Excellent mate, hope the wee man has a few goals to shout about.

agcooper
30-08-2013, 22:08
A day he'll never forget.

Irnblue
30-08-2013, 22:09
take in sweets and juice and make sure he joins in when we are singing its hard to keep him watching 90 mins

This

The only way i can get my wee fella to go is to buy him plenty sweets :D

sanquhar
30-08-2013, 22:12
A great feeling when your kid goes for the first time. My lad is now 12 & doesn't miss many games

DamsideBear
30-08-2013, 22:15
Honestly looking forward to it, i've been swithering for some time now but he's at an age now I think is right and he's happy to go. I know he will love Ibrox.

Westwood
30-08-2013, 22:17
Enjoy it mate. I'd love to take my wee boy but he's just not interested - despite me bombarding him with strips, songs, stories etc etc.

His entire family (wife's too) are all Bears but he's more interested in Power Rangers and Ben 10!!!!

DamsideBear
30-08-2013, 22:23
Anyone know if I can still get him a mention at half-time

sanquhar
30-08-2013, 22:27
Don't know if you'll be too late mate

Blue 9
30-08-2013, 22:27
That's special , enjoy buddy

crownedpilgrim
30-08-2013, 22:28
Took my wee man to his first game last season and it was a brilliant feeling.

Hope you get a better day for it though, we got a freezing 0-0 with Stirling Albion.

clubdeckcharlie
30-08-2013, 22:37
Brilliant - these are very special days. Enjoy.

sirdrinksalot
30-08-2013, 22:45
I long for the day I take my boy to Ibrox, he is 2 just now and still a bit young, he would be bored after a while so it's not really fair.

I think the day I take him for the first time will be one of the most emotional of my life.

Mason Boyne
30-08-2013, 22:51
Enjoy it mate. Take a camera.
I remember my wee lads' first game like it was yesterday.
I felt on top of the world.

GallowBear
30-08-2013, 22:54
I asked my son if he wanted to go to see the rangers tomorrow; and he said yes. Looking forward to it.

Proud dad tomorrow

How do I get him mentioned at half time tomorrow or am I to late?

Im going to cherish every minute of it and he turns 7 in a week's time too.

My boy is 7 in 4 weeks, ive had him to games on and off for 2 years, at first, he watched for 20 odd min then lost interest. But now, he loves every minute, he has been to both home games so far this season and again tomorrow.

Your boy is the perfect age for it now. Enjoy the day mate.

WATP

DamsideBear
30-08-2013, 22:57
I through choice and my oldest bro I am a rangers man through and through, through no pressure but simply asking me his dad I answered Rangers wee man is the team I support, any time he sees a union flag he knows......

WATP

Bomber_Jackson
30-08-2013, 23:08
I took my three year old into the Main stand beside me and he left a lasting impression with all around him when he belted out Follow Follow.
He's twenty five now and still Rangers mad.

s66ven
30-08-2013, 23:17
He will love it mate, my 9 year old has had a season ticket for the last 2 seasons now and loves going to Ibrox.
Just ignore anyone on here that gives you a bit of stick for taking someone so young, I posted that my son went to his first away game recently and got abuse for taking a 9 year old.
Hopefully he sees a few goals!

MMCGILVRAY
30-08-2013, 23:20
I remember my first season with my 4 year old. Plenty of trips to the toilet for you my man. Cherish it.

alberttz2011
30-08-2013, 23:32
Hope you enjoy, and of course the wee one enjoys. Probably a day that will live with him forever. I still remember all the detail of the first day my dad took me to see the Rangers, 50 years ago this year. 1963, steam train, three pence for a programme, a macaroon bar, a Rangers win, chips on the way home!! :eek:

agcooper
30-08-2013, 23:37
Hope you enjoy, and of course the wee one enjoys. Probably a day that will live with him forever. I still remember all the detail of the first day my dad took me to see the Rangers, 50 years ago this year. 1963, steam train, three pence for a programme, a macaroon bar, a Rangers win, chips on the way home!! :eek:

:D

that would have been some team you were watching

DamsideBear
30-08-2013, 23:51
Without going into too much detail but I see my son every weekend and tomorrow will be a special day for me and him.

Moses Brox
31-08-2013, 00:19
Congrats! Really hope you both enjoy it and we get the result you both deserve. My wee lassie was at the Bristol game in hospitality. She was 4 months old and we met Super:)

potnryan_2
31-08-2013, 00:23
Hope you enjoy, and of course the wee one enjoys. Probably a day that will live with him forever. I still remember all the detail of the first day my dad took me to see the Rangers, 50 years ago this year. 1963, steam train, three pence for a programme, a macaroon bar, a Rangers win, chips on the way home!! :eek:

Was it hard to flag down a horse and cart in those days?:D

vamcm
31-08-2013, 00:24
Want to take my son to but he is more into his rugby. However he knows we are the people and the tarriers are scum. Still have to teach them right from wrong.

craigieboy75
31-08-2013, 00:36
Hope he enjoys it

TeddybearTam
31-08-2013, 00:39
I hope you enjoy it, take everything in and make it a memory :)

Don't take it for granted, I've not seen my kids for over a year, bad break up with the ex.

200000 Heroes
31-08-2013, 00:40
A proud moment, mate.

I got the boys their first season tickets season 96-97 and by the end of December they had still seen only 2 :eek: goals scored against us at Ibrox since the start of season in mid August. Changed days.

Anyway, we will be back and I am sure that your lad will look back with pride that he was with his team on the journey all the way back to where we belong. Have a fantastic day and take plenty of pictures. Proud proud day :D

malawiblue
31-08-2013, 00:50
Not being based in Scotland can have its drawbacks, but last year managed to take my 15 year old daughter along with my old man to Ibrox for her first competative game she loved it! Now we have a proud and loud bearette in the warm heart of Africa! WATP

Duranman
31-08-2013, 08:46
If you have to take sweets then they are too young.

Sam_English
31-08-2013, 09:08
Hope both you and your son enjoy enjoy the day and it's one to remember.

livi_true_blue
31-08-2013, 09:44
Took my eldest to his first game, a testimonial, Bathgate Thistle 1996'ish ... he spent most of the game playing in the grass clippings behind the goal.

My youngest's first game was a Glasgow Cup final at Cumbernauld a few years later, we beat the Tims 4-0, not a bad debut :)

masterblue
31-08-2013, 09:49
Dont leave him outside a pub with a bottle of coke and a packet of crisps,like that auld coont done to me.

Love and miss my Da.

WATP

davyboy_17
31-08-2013, 11:17
have a superb day mate . my wee boy is 8 weeks old got him new home top with name on it , can't wait till im taking him to his 1st game . all the best

DamsideBear
31-08-2013, 13:38
En route with the wee man

Proud day proud dad.

bloo
31-08-2013, 13:44
I remember when I took my son to his first game many many years ago. Life is made for memories like this. Enjoy.

ally-c
31-08-2013, 14:14
Nice one mate, will be a proud moment for you as it was for me

DamsideBear
31-08-2013, 20:54
Well I'm happy to report my son loved the Ibrox experience today and even got vocal a few times too, I asked him if he'd like to come back and without any doubt he said yes!

5 goals to boot and even a photo with broxi!

My boys officially a blue nose, this day and its memories will stay with me forever.

I'm a very happy dad tonight!

chilledbear
31-08-2013, 20:58
Well I'm happy to report my son loved the Ibrox experience today and even got vocal a few times too, I asked him if he'd like to come back and without any doubt he said yes!

5 goals to boot and even a photo with broxi!

My boys officially a blue nose, this day and its memories will stay with me forever.

I'm a very happy dad tonight!

Happy for you. :)

WATP

ally-c
31-08-2013, 21:06
Well I'm happy to report my son loved the Ibrox experience today and even got vocal a few times too, I asked him if he'd like to come back and without any doubt he said yes!

5 goals to boot and even a photo with broxi!

My boys officially a blue nose, this day and its memories will stay with me forever.

I'm a very happy dad tonight!

Nice one mate, glad he had a great day.

A day you and the wee man will never forget

200000 Heroes
31-08-2013, 21:06
Well I'm happy to report my son loved the Ibrox experience today and even got vocal a few times too, I asked him if he'd like to come back and without any doubt he said yes!

5 goals to boot and even a photo with broxi!

My boys officially a blue nose, this day and its memories will stay with me forever.

I'm a very happy dad tonight!

Absolutely superb.

Was a most enjoyable day for all of us, but especially you.

And the sun shone as well :D

doublewhopper
31-08-2013, 21:21
Positive posts and great stories that are refreshing and make you proud to be a Ranger

Top_Cat
31-08-2013, 21:33
Well I'm happy to report my son loved the Ibrox experience today and even got vocal a few times too, I asked him if he'd like to come back and without any doubt he said yes!

5 goals to boot and even a photo with broxi!

My boys officially a blue nose, this day and its memories will stay with me forever.

I'm a very happy dad tonight!

Glad he enjoyed it mate, another wee bear onboard :)

Westwood
31-08-2013, 21:38
Good stuff - wish it was me taking my wee boy!

Happy days.

imbran
31-08-2013, 22:39
Excellent OP, expect your son will now be hooked for life. RTID.

Ali Baba
31-08-2013, 23:16
My mate took his wee fella (4) to the Airdrie game last Friday.He says the wee chap loved every minute and hasn't shut up about it.Superb!I love hearing stories like this well done mate another mini Bear to swell the ranks.

denny true blue
31-08-2013, 23:59
I took my daughter to her first away game last week (airdrie)I was a but nervous taking her cause it was a Friday night but she loved it and she actually wasn't happy with me today cause we weren't going to the game but I can't wait to go back to see the gers with her.