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Why oh why did I just let myself watch Stepmom? Oye.
Hormones, damn you hormones! Get back to normal!!!!!!!
Any other sad movies I need to avoid still?
MRSVELA07:Steel Magnolias! I cry even more now that I'm a mommy.
I love love this movie, made me cry before I was a mom I don't know if I could even watch this movie now.
Terms of Endearment, such a sad movie, but a goodie too.
Jessie333:I cry during pretty much every movie right now. I cried during the incredibles for goodness sake!
But I'd stay away from The Notebook and A Walk to Remember. Those always get me.
~*June 2015 December Siggy Challenge*~
amnat84:Haha is this playing on cable right now? You are like the third person to say this this week.
Marley and Me
I am admittedly a movie crier....even before any baby hormones (or after for that matter). My all-time cry fest movies are:
I'm sure I could think of more, but those are the ones that popped into my head right away. The worst part for me is that once I've seen them and I know what's going to happen...I anticipate the crying and sometimes even cry early! Oh well
everything makes me cry
i used to never cry at movies, and then i saw my girl...then there was no turning back...everything makes me cry
i cried at shrek
but, i agree with walk to remember, and return to me makes me cry just thinking about it...ugh
and yeah beaches and steel magnolias too...but those are great movies
Courageous. I cried before the baby, but just recently watched it again and blubbered all over my comforter.
Anything that has to do with a child in pain. I'm reading My Sister's Keeper now and barely making it. I watched the movie while pregnant and lost it. Deciding to read it in detail was probably not the best idea I ever had.