Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Baby me


I went to see "Babies" on Mother's day with my daughter and I loved it. As a Mom of now 17 year of twins and 10 year old daughter, the baby phase goes fast. One day they are all grown up!
The film shows a myriad of "babies" and their lives based on a glimpse into the very unique style of parenting based on our culture. One thing is so clear, no matter where we are, babies are all cute, tantrums and all. Although this is just the first year of these babies, I want to see more of them and how they grow.
Let me know what you think if you have seen it!

19 comments:

Simply Mel said...

I'm going this week to see it! Can't wait!

Hope you had a wonderful Mother's Day!

Deidra said...

Saw it on Mother's Day and I loved it! My favorite part was watching Mari pitch a fit over that toy of hers. Priceless! I feel like that sometimes and now I know it probably means I need to take a nap.

pve design said...

Mel-
you will love it -
Can I tell you, I love my box of reverie-daydream goodies...oh what lovely things. I need to order more!
pve

Deidra-
I loved that tantrum too! Just shows that tantrums are universal!!
pve

Deliciously Organized said...

My best friend and her mother went to see this last night!

Tish Jett said...

How I would love to see it, but I can only assume I'll have to wait for a DVD.

Once again, as I've said before, I'm addicted to your blog.

The Wanderers' Daughter said...

We haven't seen it yet, but my daughter has been addicted to the preview for months now. For a while she made us play it for her several times a day. Interesting that a two-year-old is so drawn to it!

BALLET NEWS said...

tutu cute !

A Country Farmhouse said...

I am so looking forward to seeing it! I saw a preview of it a few weeks ago and wrote it down as a 'must see!'
Trina

Barbara said...

I'll be seeing it soon.
bg

Hello Lover... said...

So glad you posted this. I keep seeing the pictures and I want to see it. Who doesn't love cute little babies!

North of 25A said...

I am really looking forward to seeing this movie - what a wonderful idea to have seen it on Mother's day with your daughter. My daughter who was in Africa, wants to see it too - after spending six months at an orphanage she curious. Sounds wonderful.

Laura Casey Interiors said...

I am savoring every moment of my babies. they are growing and I know it goes by fast.

Lisa Borgnes Giramonti said...

My friend called me yesterday and said that she took her very reluctant, tough-guy, 8 year-old son to see it...and he LOVED it.

Thanks for the thumbs up. I will take Luca this weekend. xx

pve design said...

Lisa,
My daughter wanted to know if I just had milk at the ready - and left her tied to various posts....
pve

Hamptontoes said...

I have not seen the movie, but it looks absolutely adorable. I love babies and think I'm going to melt when I see this one. I don't do scary or violent films...watching the news or glancing at paper provides enough of that. Worth a trip to the theater or can I wait for DVD?

gina said...

I've wanted to see this film - Heard such great things about it. Babies just don't stay babies long enough do they? I always tell my boys that their belly-button is the STOP GROWING button so they'll stay little. (They don't like hearing that!).

Maria Killam said...

They are so adorable!

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The Zhush said...

I am only just learning about this here and now! Thanks!