This is a family blog.
So. I thought I should give y'all FAIR WARNING, that while the new BABIES movie is delightful and educational and oh-so-good, there are a lot, A LOT of native boobies in the documentary.
And while they aren't displayed in a sexual manner AT ALL, they are still breasts on the big screen with your seven year old son sitting next to you.
On Mother's Day.
Because that's where you asked your family to take you. After church.
[I'm a big fan of breast feeding. My kids are aware of it and we all support it. But this was like making dinner, braiding hair, living without a shirt on in the background with the babies crawling around. Because that's what they do in Africa. I just wasn't really prepared for it and I spent a lot of time keeping my hands over my son's eyes during the hour documentary-not during the breast feeding parts, just the walking around parts.]
I LOVED the film, loved it! In the future, I'd just like to keep all boob exposure to a minimum, especially on Mother's Day. (I do think a PG rating isn't appropriate and there should be some kind of disclaimer).
Would this have bothered you? Would you have taken your kids out? Or is this not an issue for you/family? We just chalked it up to an educational experience and talked a lot about it afterwards!