Movie Night Lives On

We’re still having movie night and I don’t see it stopping anytime soon. All 3 of my kids are way into it and tell everyone they see on Friday that it’s movie night! Reed told someone last week that “mama picks the movies and they’re more grown-up movies.” Ha! The truth is mama picks the movies and they have to be ones that mama can sit through.
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So far we’ve watched: Nanny McPhee, Matilda, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and the Wizard of Oz.

I love this photo. Brothers and cousins. Gus is sitting right in front of Reed and those are my nephews on the right. The older boys are about 6mo apart, right now 7 and 6, but in another month they’ll both be 7. The younger two are 3mo apart and are both 3 right now. 4 hands in the popcorn bowl.
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Any more movie suggestions?

6 thoughts on “Movie Night Lives On”

  1. Love your photography, love reading about your precious family! Movie night is a big deal at my house, too, even though several of my eight are growing older and getting married! Nim’s Island is a favorite here…fun for kids, enjoyable for adults!

  2. My 6 and 3 yr olds are loving the old Disney’s Swiss Family Robinson. They also really like old musicals…even one’s that should be boring to a small child like 1776 are a big hit!

    1. I LOVED Swiss Family Robinson as a kid. And really wanted a house like that! It’s been years since I’ve seen it– thanks for the reminder!

  3. Hey Molly, I’ve been reading your blog for a while now but I don’t comment often … I love your photography and it’s great to see it growing! Plus your kids are gorgeous, as always 🙂

    I’m a pretty big movie buff and I love that your kids are enjoying movie nights! Great way to bond. Here are a few suggestions for you:

    Kung Fu Panda
    Hugo
    Wallace and Gromit: Curse of the Were-Rabbit
    The Pirates! Band of Misfits
    Despicable Me
    Fantastic Mr. Fox
    Night at the Museum
    The Princess Bride
    Peter Pan (live-action)
    Nim’s Island
    Arthur and the Invisibles
    The Swan Princess

    Have fun!

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