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Have you or would you consider this? I've had people suggest it - wear the baby and nurse if needed. My only worry is the sound level.
ClandestineX:If your baby is a crier or fusses a lot, please don't do it. If not, you can do it without bothering people, just sit away if you can... the noise level may help to put the baby to sleep sometimes, mine goes to sleep in really loud environments. Just, my husband and I went to go see Iron Man 3 and a lady brought her very fussy baby, so annoying.
Yeah...no. I would not consider it if she was fussy. If we did it, it would be the early show when she takes her long nap and it is usually less crowded.
I thought about it and realized it is not a good idea for us. There are moments of unpredictability when DD likes to scream and I'd rather it not happen somewhere like a movie,
I do miss the movies and have been looking for a drive-in near us. At least I can control the sound level and we won't be bothering other people if DD wants to have one if her few-min shiit fits.
mabenner1:When I go to the movies, I'm paying $12 a ticket to enjoy myself, not to listen to your baby cry. I leave mine with a sitter when you go, please do the same.
This. Get a sitter or wait til the movie's out on DVD
moonflowers2013:I just found out last week that a theatre here has "Reel Babies" program. I think it's twice a month in the afternoon. They play a movie with the lights dimmed, sound low and they even have stroller parking, change tables, bottle warmers and play mats set up. It just started around here but it has been in larger cities for a while.
The AMC theater chain does this, if there's one near you.
mabenner1:When I go to the movies, I'm paying $12 a ticket to enjoy myself, not to listen to your baby cry. I leave mine with a sitter, when you go, please do the same.
and if your baby cries and you do get up and leave, then you and hubby just wasted $24. I would get a sitter also.
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