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Baby loves disco Has anyone gone to one of these with their toddlers? We have a few that are in our area coming up and I'm wondering if it's worth the $15 price tag. It looks like great fun and they say that each disco baby get a free pair of babylegs in March (yay!), but sometimes these things aren't so great once you are there, kwim? So anyone??? Also, I will have a 2 month old with me. Would that be too much for her? I'm not sure about sound levels or anything, but maybe it should be a daddy and Lexi event?
 

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I haven't been. I have a friend who went. She said it was horrible crowded and that her son 15 months was so unhappy.

We went to HoB for a Sippy Cups concert. We thought it would be fun for DS. It was OVER packed. You couldn't move let alone set the babe down to *dance* It was also so loud they passed out earplugs for the kids
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I think it is great in concept...not sure they have worked out all the kinks though...but babylegs...hmmm that could be worth a shot...
 

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Originally Posted by leximom View Post
Baby loves disco Has anyone gone to one of these with their toddlers? We have a few that are in our area coming up and I'm wondering if it's worth the $15 price tag. It looks like great fun and they say that each disco baby get a free pair of babylegs in March (yay!), but sometimes these things aren't so great once you are there, kwim? So anyone??? Also, I will have a 2 month old with me. Would that be too much for her? I'm not sure about sound levels or anything, but maybe it should be a daddy and Lexi event?
I went once in Philly with a friend. Her son was just under two and my bub was 3 months. It was WAY crowded and WAY loud. If your kid is OK with noise and other kids - it's fine. Alot of the other kids loved it.
I say try it out. There is usually free food, too!

Then again, if you have the option of having DH take your son, do that.
 

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i went with my toddler a few months ago- she was 18m, i think. i have to admit that i was a little disapointed b/c i thought it would be geared for adults who can't go dancing anymore- so, why not bring the kids? but really, it is geared for the kids and we had a lot of fun---and got two pair of free baby legs, a very cute little tank top, an uncountable number of juice boxes, and i even had my bangs trimmed!

i did think the music was a little loud, but the dj was pretty funny saying things like "this isn't suday school, com'on kids, lets shake it!"

i think my dd would like it even more now. the end of our day was when she went head first into one of those collapsable mesh hampers from ikea. they had filled it with shaker eggs and she went straight in for the last one- ouch!
it is a little pricy though- more for special occasions than every weekend for us.
go early before the crowds get there and have a good time!
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Thanks for the repties! MY dd like people and can definetly handle loud noise so I think it's a go for her. Now to decide if it we should all go or just her and daddy...
 

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We have tickets to one in April in Seattle... I'm curious how it will be. Loud and crowded doesn't sound like much fun... but... we'll see! I'll be bringing DH, DS (2 1/2) and DD then 10 mo.
 

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I went to the one in seattle last month with ds who was 20 months. i recommend going later. they say that most kids can handle about 90 mins so we went for the last 90. it was clearing out a little which was good. it was loud, but not too loud. there were many little babies in carriers who seemed to be doing just fine. we spent some time in the chillout room playing with the toys and crashing into pillow mountains set up in tents. ds loved drinking juice- a real treat for him since we don't do that at home. i was surprised that he did not want to dance much, he dances all the time around the house. overall we had fun. my friends and the kiddos were dressed with appropriate disco wear and that was fun. imo it was pretty expensive for what it is. the funniest thung was the huge bouncer they had sitting outside the door of the club!

oh yeah, i thought it was wierd that they had it from 1-4pm. seems like that cuts into nap time.
 
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