by Charmie Gholson
Imagine taking your ten-month-old baby to the movies. You go into the theater knowing full well that unless the baby takes a nap, you'll be lucky to see even part of the show. You expect to endure the disapproving looks of other patrons. With every little fuss or even coo from your baby, you'll worry, hoping others around you aren't bothered. This scenario is less than inviting, but that fact is overridden by the stark reality that you have to get out of the house before you go bonkers. What other choice do you have?
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