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Old 01-05-2013, 11:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I get the pleasure of taking my daughter to his concert in Charlotte in a couple weeks due to my wife being 8 months pregnant. I took her to a Miley Cyrus concert once. If its anything like that, I'm in trouble. Any suggestions to survive this?
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Noise canceling head phones and a smartphone to entertain yourself.


Although you may not be setting the best example for your daughter with this strategy.

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Old 01-05-2013, 11:54 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I get the pleasure of taking my daughter to his concert in Charlotte in a couple weeks due to my wife being 8 months pregnant. I took her to a Miley Cyrus concert once. If its anything like that, I'm in trouble. Any suggestions to survive this?
Is she going with a friend, see if that Mom will take them
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Is she going with a friend, see if that Mom will take them
Nope. Just have the 2 tickets. My wife has offered to go but it makes me nervous with her being so far along.
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Ya have a niece or sister that could take her? A lady from your church?
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Nope. Just have the 2 tickets. My wife has offered to go but it makes me nervous with her being so far along.
enjoy the show
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I get the pleasure of taking my daughter to his concert in Charlotte in a couple weeks due to my wife being 8 months pregnant. I took her to a Miley Cyrus concert once. If its anything like that, I'm in trouble. Any suggestions to survive this?
Relax and enjoy the time well spent with your daughter. Take a small point and shoot digital camera and get a lot of pics of her and the concert. 10-15 years down the road, the pics will be a point of enjoyment for all. At that same time, the moments you shared will be cherished by you and your daughter.
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It's apparently a proven fact that everytime you go to a loud concert you lose a small percentage of your hearing. Bring ear plugs and please do not donate any of your hearing to Justin Beiber of all people.
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I am sure there will be some hot moms in attendance.
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Ya have a niece or sister that could take her? A lady from your church?
Not anyone we are close enough with. We have only lived here since April.

I will enjoy the time with her, but she will be focused on the biebster no doubt. I'm just gonna have to suck it up.
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Not anyone we are close enough with. We have only lived here since April.

I will enjoy the time with her, but she will be focused on the biebster no doubt. I'm just gonna have to suck it up.
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It's apparently a proven fact that everytime you go to a loud concert you lose a small percentage of your hearing. Bring ear plugs and please do not donate any of your hearing to Justin Beiber of all people.
This. My next statement is going to sound like a joke, but I'm 100% serious: there is not enough publicity on the dangers of hearing damage. Every person that goes to concerts should have a box of at least 100 pairs in their home at all times. I've been wearing earplugs to shows for years now, and I can't believe that so many people don't. We get the whole anti-weed bit shoved down our throats everyday, but no one is saying anything about hearing damage, which is far more universal.

I only say this so I hope everyone will remember, but you're an idiot if you go to a concert without earplugs.
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Do it right, take her to dinner, buy the t-shirts, etc, don't miss the opportunity. And yes, ear plugs for both of you.
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