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    Default Taking newborn to new twilight movie?

    So excited for the new twilight movie! DS will be about 5 weeks, should I take him with and hope he is pretty settled? Usually if he fusses he stops as soon as you put him on the boob, and DH could take him out if need be lol or shall I express 3 - 4 bottles and leave him with DH, we live 45 mins from the movies, it probably goes for 2 hrs, so ill be gone at least 4 - 5 hrs if you factor in parking and mcflurry on the way home lol but he can feed half hourly if he wants to, that would be a lot of bottles if he's fussy, what if he runs out of milk? I really want to go though! Has anyone else taken a baby to the movies? I feel nervous about leaving him for so long..

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    Default Re: Taking newborn to new twilight movie?

    I took jasper to the second one - though he was 1 year old.

    I'll be taking katelyn to the last one she'll be 8.5 months.


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    Most cinemas have mums and bubs.sessions during the day, maybe go then

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    Yep, def take him, he'll be fine...I took my LO to the lots of movies, at worst you get up for a bit, settle him then sit down again. Just sit in a seat near to the exit so you don't disturb people going down the aisles. And once a little older I went to the "mum's and bub's" session - they always show the latest chick flicks
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    Default Taking newborn to new twilight movie?

    If bub is here before I get to see it (hopefully next week!) then I'll take her along to the Mums and Bubs session and just hope she's settled. If not oh well

    ETA I'm 45 mins from the cinema too.

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    Default Taking newborn to new twilight movie?

    I took ds when he was two months and he was great!
    I had to boob him twice. He slept on me the rest of the time

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    Default Taking newborn to new twilight movie?

    Omg had no idea about the babes in arms session, they have one for twilight at 10am, yay! Happy I don't have to leave him! Although hope its not too busy and there are no sick kiddies sitting near us. Gosh do the worries ever end with having a child lol

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    Default Taking newborn to new twilight movie?

    Have fun! I took DS to a mums n' bubs session of Twilight last year when he was around 4 weeks old. It is the perfect age, he slept the whole time and I just popped him on my boob when he was hungry.


 

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