If you only take your daughter to see one movie this year, make it One Direction: This is Us.
If you’re a mom of tween girls, you’ve no doubt heard of One Direction. This British sensation has taken the U.S. by storm, the band members captivating girls with their good looks, smooth voices, perfect accents and swoon-worthy lyrics.
Your daughters just can’t get enough of these lads, so be a cool mom and give them what they want! The new movie, One Direction: This is Us, gives viewers an inside look at each member of the band, what life on the road is like and how they got where they are today. Hear from Niall, Zayn, Liam, Harry and Louis exactly what it’s like to be a member of the number-one boy band in the world.
Your daughters are sure to swoon when they see the faces of the lads on the big screen. Hearing their music will make them melt.
This movie will rock their socks off, and probably yours too. After just a few minutes of watching, you’ll have a clear understanding of what the fuss is all about with these lads. But don’t take it from us! These five bloggers all had an opportunity to screen the movie with their kids.
Momma D Jane
Dwan Perrin blogs at Momma D Jane, where she shares the trials and tribulations of raising a child with disabilities. She also reaches out to teen moms, since she was one herself. Find out what Dwan and her tween daughter thought about the movie here.
My So Called Sensory Life
Laura Rossi Totten, author or MySoCalledSensoryLife.com, blogs from her home in New York City that she shares with her hubby and two adorable boy-girl twins. Find out about her opinion as a new mother on One Direction’s new concert movie, This Is Us, here.
The Whole Bag of Chips
On the blog, The Whole Bag of Chips, Jen Cerbo Cowart talks about life with her three girls and life as a newspaper reporter. Her family has really been celebrating the arrival of the movie as the release date draws closer. Read about it here.
The Cinco Mom
The Cinco Mom, Kia Morgan Smith, is a busy mom trying to balance five kids, a husband and a business. She took her daughters to a screening of the movie. See what they thought here.
Liz Nead blogs over at Nead Inspiration, and what an inspiration she is. She strives to find the bigger meaning behind everyday life — something that surely must be a task when you have a blended marriage and seven kids! She and one of her daughters watched a trailer for the movie, and her daughter had a different reaction than many girls might. Read about it here.