Sunday, November 11, 2007

Control your kids

We took the kids to see the Bee movie. That's 2 movies in 2 days. It might be a record! Well, for me anyway...considering that I can't remember the last movie I saw in the theater before yesterday. It was good movie weather today because it was kind of rainy all day. I thought it was pretty cute, except that the whole bee+human romantic relationship was a bit bizarre. The boys liked it. Come to think of it, they like every movie they see in the theater because it tends to include popcorn and candy!

The only problem was that we had to sit in the third row even though we got there 20 minutes early. That coupled with the fact that we happened to be sitting in front of the 4 most obnoxious kids in the universe kinda put a damper on things. I don't expect to sit through a kids movie without hearing kids talking or babies crying. It comes with the territory. But, I don't think you should let your kids talk through the ENTIRE movie like they are in their freaking living room. And you definitely shouldn't allow them to kick the seats in front of them repeatedly. And most of all...please don't let your kids hit people with their stuffed animals. At least attempt to stop them. Oh, and pulling people's hair...NOT OK.

Other than that though, it was an enjoyable time.

Tomorrow we will either go to the Children's Museum or clean out the garage. Funny thing is, I'm not sure which the kids would prefer.

Hope everyone had a good weekend.

Here's a picture of the hair. If you hate it, keep your opinion to yourself. :)

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SpooWriter said...

Totally agree with you about the movies. What has bugged me more and more and more recently is that Patrick -- or my students -- is always expected to be have better than that, in order to have the right to be in a public place without getting frowny-faces. It's not right.

Also, you look a LOT like your mom with your hair like that. :-)

SpooWriter said...

...and, of course, I meant behave....


Amie said...

I know I look freakishly like my mom. Every time I look in the mirror I'm like WHOA. I'm pretty sure I hate my hair at this moment...but it'll grow.

Those kids shouldn't have been allowed in public. It was horrible.

SpooWriter said...

It looks nice...more maintenance than I could handle, though, especially because of the bangs in your face. :-)

Also, you're like that should have to stay home.

kelly said...

Cute cut... though I didn't know what it looked like before. I like it!