Well, my child Hayden is 4 years old and tomorrow night I'm going to take him to see his first movie in the theater. Not sure how he'll respond. I'm going to take him to see Wall-E. It seems like a show that might hold his attention and the big screen might be a new and exciting thing for him. I hope that all goes well, I guess I'm a little nervous of a tantrum and am just trying to find some things for us to share!!
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