Easter Holiday Fun: The Boss Baby in Cinemas from 7th April #TheBossBaby

Motherhood is interesting. It starts with tears of joy when you find out you are pregnant, followed by kicks and discomfort as your bump grows, ending with much happiness when you finally meet your bundle of joy!

Look how small little man was! This photo was taken while he was still at the hospital.

That’s just the beginning of an era, one that will change your life forever. I love being a mum and find it very rewarding, however there is no denying that our lives will never be the same. Of course it is more purposeful now that we have little man to look after, but it means that we will have our parent hat on for the rest of our lives.

The Boss Baby is such a great family movie, which brought back memories of when little man was born. Although we were blessed with such a great baby, one that slept through the night as soon as he got home from hospital and one that would eat anything in front of him, we would do whatever we could to make sure his colic would go away.

Even though he didn’t mean to boss us around, he had as wrap up his little finger, just like the Boss Baby. The Boss Baby is a hilariously universal story about how a new baby’s arrival impacts a family, told from the point of view of a delightfully unreliable narrator, a wildly imaginative 7 year old named Tim. Every parent will identify themselves with the movie and certainly have a laugh as they watch the Tim and his baby brother’s adventures.

 

From the director of Madagascar and DreamWorks Animation, the Boss Baby kept us entertained for the whole length of the movie, laughing all the way through. This great comedy reminds us about the importance of family and how we should always stick together. 

The Boss Baby (voice by Alec Baldwin) is a most unusual baby. He wears a suit, carries a briefcase and is on a secret mission to discover why babies are losing their market share of love. In order to accomplish his mission, he will have to join forces with his big brother, Tim. I also have a big brother and the movie reminded me of our sibling bond, countless fights and laughs. Overall, we have thoroughly enjoyed watching The Boss Baby and can’t wait to see it again!

The Boss Baby is available in cinemas nationwide from 7th April. Highly recommended this Easter holidays!

I was under no obligation to write this post, just wanted to share my experience. The opinions expressed in this post are honest and my own.

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