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Overview Yes, it can be safe to take your baby to the movies—and it’ll be good for you, too! Parents complain all the time about missing new movies they want to see. Sure, it’s cheaper to wait until everything comes out on DVD or Netflix, but now is the best time to take your baby to the theater.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends that screen time, including movies and TV shows, should be avoided with babies younger than 18 months. 1 For children who are 18 to 24 months of age, a little bit of educational programming. You can absolutely take a baby to the movies but you should take care that she won’t disturb other people in the theatre and that the sound isn’t too loud.
While infants could sleep through a movie, older babies will likely cry and fuss. Some theaters offer sensory-friendly movies geared towards families. It is advisable to take your babies to the movie theatre after the age of 2 which will become easier for you and for the rest of the audience.
By the age of 2, the child begins to understand music and enjoy visual treats, and also the immune system is. What the Experts Say. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that children under the age of 18-months not be exposed to “screen-time.”. Experts believe that too much screen time, including going to the movies, isn’t recommended due to the fact that: Movies are too loud.
Images may be harmful/graphic. Before you pack up that cute diaper bag and head out to see the latest soon-to-be Academy Award nominee, check out these reasons why it’s okay to take baby to the movies (oh yeah, and one major reason not to). 1. You find a baby-day matinee. Yes, this is really a “thing.”. When you decide your child is ready to go with you to a movie theater, pick your flick carefully.
Definitely pass on action movies designed for teenagers or adults. For one thing, the noise level is too harsh for your child’s sensitive ears. At the age of 2 or 3, what she sees is what she believes, and a scary movie can bring on nightmares. Movies are a wonderful, exciting pastime, and movie theaters are perhaps the best way to watch them.
While babies can make it more difficult to enjoy a cinema experience, some simple prep-work can help parents get out to the theaters without worrying about a sitter. It’s not okay to bring a toddler to adult-themed movies. Get a sitter if you want to catch the latest R-rated rom-com.
And generally speaking, it’s not a good idea to bring a toddler to any late-night movies; as a rule, movies that start after bedtime are a very bad idea. Beyond that, it’s up to you to use your judgment. You can take your baby to a movie theatre any time; there is no hard and fast rule against it.
Although many specialists suggest you avoid taking babies to the theatre until the child turns 2. By the age of 2 the immune system is much developed and stronger also the.
List of related literature:
|from Dr. Spock’s Baby and Child Care: 8th Edition|
|from Oh Crap! I Have a Toddler: Tackling These Crazy Awesome Years—No Time-outs Needed|
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|from Designing with Web Standards|
|from This Will Only Hurt a Little|
|from In Cod We Trust: Living the Norwegian Dream|
|from The Ten Basic Principles of Good Parenting|
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|from The Mother of All Pregnancy Books: An All-Canadian Guide to Conception, Birth and Everything In Between|
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