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Are Movie Theatres for Infants?

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Are Movie Theatres for Infants

Movies are a welcome break for the parents, especially new parents, but ask infants if they feel the same. The high decibel levels and flashing lights can unnerve the little baby and even cause damage to his health. We round up some common reasons why you may avoid a movie theatre till your child grows older.


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shreya s potdar

| Jun 07, 2017

The same discussion me n my husband had last night for our baby. Better to avoid theatre

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Anusha Akhil

| May 04, 2017

Great piece of information for all the new moms thank u so much

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Parul Bhatia Singh

| Jan 29, 2017

Reading this I can remember once how I tried to take my 4 months old to the planetarium... N as the voice said 'there are millions of stars' ... My little shining star shrieked high... Being a first time mum is all together a different experience

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Manasa Rajashekhar Debbati

| Jan 28, 2017

usefull one, thank u.

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Babitha Satish

| Jan 28, 2017

very good blog.... had this thing going on in my mind - whether I should take my 9 month old to such experience... but your blog gave me d pros n con's... Thanks a lot.

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Iram Rahman

| Jan 28, 2017

hmm... useful

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Roopashree Badiger

| Jan 28, 2017

vr true

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Vasu Meenakshi

| May 11, 2016

It's true and informative article.

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Archana Parmar

| Apr 16, 2016

Very nice n very informative blog.

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priscillal Vijay

| Apr 12, 2016

Useful article

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Snega Latha

| Sep 23, 2015

Useful article...

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Ekta

| Sep 03, 2015

Thanks for the awareness :)

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Geeta Hamilpure

| Sep 03, 2015

Useful info

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Sumbul Fatima

| Aug 26, 2015

Thanks for awareness

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Rajesh

| Aug 25, 2015

V good information. Thanks a lot.

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Revathi

| Aug 24, 2015

Thanks for the infm.

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Anjali Garg

| Aug 24, 2015

Very useful info... Thnx for sharing..

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Sujata Shinde bankar

| Aug 24, 2015

True

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Rupali Borhade

| Jul 18, 2015

Hell blog for new parents

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Dhara Desai

| Jul 16, 2015

im waiting for the right time

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Roja

| Jul 16, 2015

thanks fr d info

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Haasini

| Jul 16, 2015

what a usefull info!!! thank you soooo much...

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Haasini

| Jul 16, 2015

what a usefull info!!! thank you soooo much...

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Shalini Chauhan

| Jul 16, 2015

Well said.. Even I follow the same with my kids..

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Mukta Suyal

| Jul 13, 2015

We are still waiting thankx for the info

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Sharmila Devi

| Jul 08, 2015

Good information

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Amrita

| Jun 13, 2015

I have been exposed to movie theatre when I ws 3 months old and my love for the thetres are undying. I have taken my son to movies whn he was around 2,but with my daughter , I intend to start earlier. Hope she enjoys

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Komal Verma

| Jun 12, 2015

I waited for two years... Bt still we manage to leave dem. at home wid their grand mother... Bt my lil girls enjoyed alot wen we take dem for a movie first time... Though thanks for sharing information..

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Aishvi

| Jun 12, 2015

I waited for almost three years to go to a movie during my first son. Now with my six month old daughter ..we started going to movies. She happily sleeps.. With little adjustments we can have good entertainment in lives. I was so frustrated during my first son. Now with second child I tend to take things easy..

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Mahnaz Shaikh

| Jun 11, 2015

Thanks for the info

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aishugv

| Jun 08, 2015

So true... I am glad to wait till my son turns 4.. :) he is now 1. 8 years.. :) :)

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Geetika

| May 28, 2015

Nice blog :)

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Stephen Game

| May 21, 2015

Well I took my baby for her 1st movie the other day. She completes 3 in June and she actually enjoyed the experience. That said in no way am I saying the above write up not right- as a matter of fact I am very much 'For' it in this case. It is absolutely and totally for the parents to make this call as they would be the best judges in this case; however I believe it should not be before 2 and a half years old atleast. We as parents thought a lot about it and planned accordingly. We were prepared at the 1st instance to be ready to leave if need be and if she (baby) got to disturbed or uneasy. We also very much did prepare her by letting her know that she was going to see something on the Biiiiiiiiig TV with a Biiiiiig box of Popcorn.... and Wallah! The whole 1st experience went off well. It was during the last 10 to 15 minutes of the movie that she started getting impatient; however we managed to get through with no issues... The day after we saw Piku, Deepika and Amitabhji appeared during the IPL match and she screamed- "Daddy, Daddy, see Aunty Piku from the Big TV". That made my day.....

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Kirandeep Kaur

| May 21, 2015

good blog

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Nita Sahni

| May 20, 2015

3D could be a worry, and the noise levels. You could take ear muffs for your child may be.

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Gayathri

| May 20, 2015

Can we take my 3 year old for the movie. He enjoys watching some action movies n animated ones

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Debashri

| May 20, 2015

Very well written.. Absolutely true

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karthika

| May 08, 2015

thnks for the information

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Rashi Sharma

| Apr 29, 2015

thnks fr d infoo

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Nithyag51

| Apr 28, 2015

yes movie theaters not good for children

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Aanchal

| Apr 28, 2015

goo dblog

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Arti Dubey

| Apr 27, 2015

Thanks 4 d information

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anjanagandhi1923

| Apr 22, 2015

Informative

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Nikita

| Apr 22, 2015

good blog

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