Post # 1
LOs 16m and i want to take her to the theaters to watch Wreck it Ralph.
She loves cartoons and will watch them but idk if she’ll stay still in theaters, we could do the drive ins but its not the same.
Anyone taken their LOs to the mcvies?
Post # 3
- Wedding: July 2012 - The Gables Inn, Santa Rosa, CA
if it’s a kid oriented movie it’s OK, just be willing to leave if she gets fussy.
Post # 4
Not yet, but a lot of cities offer child friendly screenings of movies. The lights are a little higher, the volume is a little lower, there’s room for strollers, and all that. Have you thought about something like that?
I’m (1) too high strung to try to sit through a movie with Dirty Delete yet (8 months) and (2) too cheap to pay and have her have a fit/not even care. I would consider a child friendly screening if it was something I really, REALLY wanted to see and I couldn’t find a sitter though.
Post # 5
Please don’t take your baby to the movies. In my opinion, she’s still too young, even for Wreck it Ralph, which is geared more towards older kids and their parents. Crying babies are annoying but even more so when you’re paying $9 a pop for admission plus $250 for concessions.
Post # 6
@Missus_LLC: Does she ever watch full movies at home? You know her best, but I kind of doubt a 16mo baby has the attention span for a full movie. And you really should be prepared to take her out if she gets fussy, even though it’s a kids movie.
Post # 7
i am aware that she might get fussy, ive had friends that take theyre kids and they”re fine.
We took her to the drive ins to watch Madagascar 3 and she watched but of course was going all over the car lol