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    Taking baby to fireworks

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    Do you think he'll be terrified? What about the noise? Ill have him in the carrier, and if I put my hands cupped over his ears should that be enough?

    Im pretty much assuming that it will be fine, but Im just worried he will have a freakout over the booms. He doesnt mind loud noises at home, but then again were not lighting off fireworks here.

    What do you guys think?
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    Never know unless you try! He might surprisingly like it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chels View Post
    Never know unless you try! He might surprisingly like it!
    Im thinking he will like to look at the colors but might be scared by the noise. He liked the youtube video of fireworks He was staring at it.
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    We have always stayed in the car when they were really little, watched from the road. The booms are not as loud, and there is less chance of getting bumped bu intoxicated people at the park or ash etc... falling on us.
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    YDS was 2 mths his 1st 4th of July, we had him in the carrier and he slept the whole time.


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    Quote Originally Posted by amazinggrace View Post
    We have always stayed in the car when they were really little, watched from the road. The booms are not as loud, and there is less chance of getting bumped bu intoxicated people at the park or ash etc... falling on us.
    I didnt even think of that factor, Ill have to stay away from where its s uper crowded. Good thinking.

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    YDS was 2 mths his 1st 4th of July, we had him in the carrier and he slept the whole time.
    Thats a skill
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    I was just about to post the same thing... I'm not sure what we are going to do either...
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    I've been with little babies. We just stayed a little ways back where the noise wasn't too loud. They loved it!
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    We took Danica to the fireworks when she was around 7 mo. She actually slept throught the whole thing!! LOL!
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    baby bear and i are going saturday!!!! he is going to lvoe it i think or i hope
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