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Originally Posted by 4evermom
Personally, I would go see it alone first. You never know if there is going to be some gory hunting scene or sad orphaned babies, that dc might find upseting. I think my ds would have been overwhelmed at that age but your child is different and you know him best.
Kim ~mom to one awesome dd (12)
Originally Posted by Tuesday
captain optimism - my only advice (and it's an obvious piece of advice ) is to watch DC's cues and see how he responds to the movie. Our DS is 2 (25 months) and has a similar passion for tigers! (Likely because I'm fascinated by Siberian tigers and have been doing virtually the same thing as you have been with those cute penguins!) I thought it would be great if I rented a National Geographic tiger video from the library and watched it together. A real treat since we rarely watch videos. DS actually was quite frightened by the least expected things - a baby cub falling down. I guess tigers are more ferocious than penguins but I guess I'm thinking just be flexible and be prepared to leave the movie before it ends.
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