Anyone taken their NB to the movies? All they do is eat and sleep right!?
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09-03-2012 09:32 #1
Movies with a baby?
09-03-2012 09:43 #2Senior Member
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Most cinemas have "mums and bubs" sessions so you can take your NB
I did it with DD, was so nice to get out and have what seemed like me time, but still with her IYKWIM?
She fed then slept and I never heard a peep from her haha
09-03-2012 09:52 #3
Our cinemas also have mums n bubs! If yours doesn't, I would just go in and ask. Of a day school day, the cinemas are near empty anyway!
Enjoy and have a great time!
09-03-2012 10:03 #4
I don't want mums and bubs. I want to choose my own movie and go when I want. Lol. Would I be aloud to take him into a normal session??
09-03-2012 10:13 #5
09-03-2012 10:35 #6Junior Member
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thanks for the info I never knew there was a baby section.
We always thought about going but to scared it was going to bother other people, plus if the baby wakes up or needs attention you can't really watch the movie anyway.
I guess if you know your bubs sleeping pattern you can time it well
09-03-2012 11:09 #7
i took my baby to see the muppets when she was a month old....it was a normal session.
was nice to do normal things tbh...!!
i wouldn't hesitate to take a baby to see a movie i wanted to see (except maybe something inappropriate! like texas chainsaw massacre...lol)
09-03-2012 11:13 #8
unless you have a bub like mine was who screamed her lungs out. Oh I was so embarresed
09-03-2012 11:16 #9
DS saw Breaking Dawn when he was a few weeks old. Saw another movie too but I can't remember which one. DH just rocked him to sleep, gosh he's good to me.
09-03-2012 11:35 #10
My DD went to Avatar when she was 5 weeks old (it was a regular session, not babes in arms) and when she was a few months old I took her to Robin Hood, which had been advertised as Babes in arms but myself and another family were told that it wasn't, but we went anyway. I think when they are tiny is the best time. Oh, and I just remembered we also saw some kids movies over the school holidays with my neice (Chipmunks and Princess and the Frog) - kids movies generally have so many kids talking and making noise that one little newborn makes no difference.
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