Babywearing on "Harry Potter"

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Babywearing on "Harry Potter"
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Sun, 06-05-2005 - 11:40pm

I may be WAY BEHIND on this but...last night I was watching "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" and there's the scene where they have arrived to Hogwarts, have had the feast and are headed up to the Gryffindor Tower trying to get past the Singing Lady.




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Mon, 06-06-2005 - 8:14am

Interesting.

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Registered: 03-27-2003
Mon, 06-06-2005 - 2:04pm

Not surprised. After all, they had Hagrid carrying Harry in a sling when he was first brought to the Dursleys in the first movie.

Kimberly & nursling Rory (22 months)

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Registered: 04-18-2005
Mon, 06-06-2005 - 4:12pm
Harry rocks, what more can I say! You have great observation skills! I haven't seen the Prisoner of Azcaban, but am very much looking forward to the 6th book!
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Registered: 04-24-2003
Mon, 06-06-2005 - 10:28pm

Ooh, I think I need to watch #1 again and see that, too.




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Registered: 05-22-2003
Thu, 06-09-2005 - 3:43am

It just got done watching "The Prisoner of Azkaban" (the second time in two days, it's my favorite of the three movies).

Emily Attached Mom  to Fiona 

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Registered: 12-27-2003
Wed, 06-15-2005 - 1:42am

Good point. I'm wondering if babywearing is more common in England than in the US. It may be something that everyone does over there! They probably didn't include those references on purpose, it was just natural and they thought nothing of it.

Kim

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Registered: 04-11-2005
Sat, 06-25-2005 - 2:58pm
Well, having lived in England for the past 3 years, I NEVER saw a woman carrying her baby.

Lara