The Social Network

Yesterday my Sister and I decided to take our babies to the cinema and see The Social Network. I never (never, ever, ever) go to the movies so I was really looking forward to it.

We decided to go to the 10am session, that way there hopefully wouldn't be too many people there and they wouldn't mind too much if we had our babies.

I planned ahead. I kept Max awake through his usual 9am nap, I packed two bottles, I packed a blanket, 5 dummies and heaps of quiet toys. I figured I was pretty well sorted.


While Jen's gorgeous baby Emily slept and fed through the movie. Mine smashed his bottle in record time and then proceeded to yell 'DADA' and other cute things at the movie screen.

Needless to say Max and I spent most of the movie out here...

I did get to see the start, a few bits in the middle and the last 5 minutes and it looks like a great movie. I will definitely have to get it out when it's released on dvd.

In the meantime I think I will find a babysitter next time I decide to go to the movies!!



DaisyJo said...

Your little boy is SUCH a cutie! I love this picture

Thanks for stopping by my blog.
I totally understand about the CSI thing. A friend of mine had the guts to ask what the grosseest thing the CSI man had ever seen was . . . eep!

Sarah said...

What a gorgeous boy!!

We're braving the movies in 2 weeks time with our mother's group... i figure safety in numbers :)

Cat Bensein said...

OMG - Jen is tiny! She is fading away to a shadow! I am jealous - she is looking fab!!

Tamsyn said...

I know Cat, pregnancy is so good to Jen. I only wish it was that good to me!

Thanks DaisyJo and Sarah for your sweet comments. It's hard to be grumpy with him when is just so adorable!

I can't wait to here how your movie sessions goes Sarah, hopefully it's a lot more successful than mine!

Cat said...

In Ohio, they have mothers groups special showings of movies where they can all bring their babies and make all the noise they want during select showings that are normally lightly attended in the past, it is a win win, the theaters make money and the moms get to watch and relax.....maybe that is something you can start in your area?