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    Default Are Wiggles concerts too loud for newborns???

    Just wondering if people take newborns to wiggles concerts? I will have a 4 - 6 week old and was wondering if it would be best to organise someone else to take my eldest or whether people do take young babies.

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    I dont know if they're too loud...but they're definitely too awful (for anyone...)

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    Most bubs would sleep anywhere at that age but you could have a non-sleeper...

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    Default Are Wiggles concerts too loud for newborns???

    I will be taking my baby he will be about 7 weeks old. I don't think it will be too loud. He will probably be all snuggled up in his capsule anyway

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    Thanks ladies. I wasn't worrying about hub sleeping. It was more whether it would be too loud for his/her little ears. I agree with PP though - I don't think it's going to be overly enjoyable or anyone except the littlies hehe. The DvDs and CDs are bad enough!!

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    I wouldn't take a little one because they are quite loud, even just the croud talking before the show would be enough decibels to damage a little babies hearing so i wouldn't risk it is you have someone that can look after bub for you


 

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