Cincinnati Reds Debut Stadium Nursery for Mom-Baby Baseball Fans

PHOTO: During the offseason, the Reds partnered with Pampers and local homebuilder Fischer Homes to create what we believe is the first ever dedicated suite at a ballpark built exclusively as a quiet place for moms to feed and care for their babies.Great American Ball Park
During the offseason, the Reds partnered with Pampers and local homebuilder Fischer Homes to create what we believe is the first ever dedicated suite at a ballpark built exclusively as a quiet place for moms to feed and care for their babies.

Baseball-loving moms with babies everywhere can root, root, root for the Reds -- even if they're Cards fans.

The Cincinnati Reds have debuted what's thought to be the first suite in Major League Baseball for nursing moms and their offspring -- the Reds fans of the future.

During the off season, the Cincinnati Reds partnered with Pampers and local homebuilder Fischer Homes to create the suite.

PHOTO: The Pampers Nursing Suite built by Fischer Homes is located on the Suite Level near the Champions Club elevators and will be ready for use on Opening Day on April 6, 2015. Great American Ball Park
The Pampers Nursing Suite built by Fischer Homes is located on the Suite Level near the Champions Club elevators and will be ready for use on Opening Day on April 6, 2015.

The decision was made after Reds Chief Operating Officer Phil Castellini was informed by the Great American Ball Park operations staff that an increasing number of moms were requesting a quiet and private place to feed their babies while at a Reds game.

PHOTO: The space features five comfortable gliders, changing stations, private restroom, kitchenette with a sink, ice and refrigeration, lockers for storing items and a flat screen TV so mom doesnt miss any of the game. Great American Ball Park
The space features five comfortable gliders, changing stations, private restroom, kitchenette with a sink, ice and refrigeration, lockers for storing items and a flat screen TV so mom doesn't miss any of the game.

The suite features gliders, changing station, a kitchenette with a sink, ice and refrigerator, lockers for storing items and, most importantly, a flat-screen TV so mom doesn't miss a home run. It's located on the Suite Level near the Champions Club elevators.

The suite will be ready to welcome tiny fans and moms on April 6 to coincide with Opening Day.