I won't really go into my thoughts on the movie in case any of you haven't seen it yet. I won't talk about the fact that it made me come home and hug my teddy bear, Jack. Yes, I still have him and no, you better not have a problem with that.
But I digress. I still don't know if Bennett was ready or not. She did great during the movie. Maybe it was because she ate popcorn for an hour and a half. But she barely moved, seemed fascinated, and smiled a lot. However when I asked her about the movie today all she will say is, "It was so dark. I eat popcorn. I see Woody and Buzz." So I guess I can count that as a success.
But it was so sweet for me and Rob to have our little girl sitting between us at the movies. That was more sentimental than anything up on the screen. And that's saying a lot.
Doesn't she look beautiful here? I don't know why, but I love this picture of her waiting to go inside the theatre.
Chilling with Daddy before the previews. Bennett doesn't weigh enough to keep the seat down and it keep folding up on her. We had to hold her seat down with the camera bag after we took this shot.
A quick shot post movie. I couldn't be in the shot because I had mascara all underneath my eyes. Darn you, Pixar. And notice how Bennett is STILL eating popcorn. Do they make tums for 2 year olds?
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