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    Default How old was your little one before you took them to see a movie at the cinema?

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    2 weeks old ! Mums and bubs - but then again at 4 - hoyts kids sessions

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    I took them when they were babies (and asleep) the mums and bubs sessions. After that, not until they were 3.

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    2. Got cheap tickets and was willing to leave if I had to. Bought her blankets and special snacks I knew she would like. Went to a Saturday 10am session. She was perfect. I only attempted it because I knew she could sit through a movie at home.

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    I've been wondering this too! Cannot WAIT for mummy daughter special movie outings. My girl is 2 in May but I don't think anywhere near ready yet. Wouldn't sit thru one at home.

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    Few months and just booby fed to keep him settled.

    I took him to see a movie for him when he was 13 months & he was great for the first hour. I let him run around down the bottom near the screen so I could watch the endings!

    Sadly I took him to see Rio a few months ago he was so excited.through the opening credits and then asked to leave 20 mins into the actual movie!!!

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    2 weeks to the drive-in, she fed for most of the first movie, then slep in my arms for the second. Then 6 weeks to the cinema, I took my brother to see a movie. She was 3, turning 4 before I took her to one for her.

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    2weeks, she is now 2 and I would say has been 70+ times and still behaves wonderfully, which is really surprising because at home she won't sit through a movie at home and doesn't sit still EVER

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    Never took DS when he was a baby. First time was last year, so 2.5yrs old, for Cars 2 movie. He was pretty good until the boring parts.
    His father has taken him to a couple last year & one earlier this year.
    Been waiting for another movie to come out for us to go see it but haven't liked any so far or had the money at the time Hopefully soon we can

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    Around 7-8 months. We've been pretty regular movie goers since then


 

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