I have two questions concerning 1. "seeing" and 2. "having."
1. Can "seeing" be used as a noun which might be modified by an adjective? Here's the example I am referring to: "Star Trek Into Darkness is well ______ seeing." This example is taken from Cambridge English First Result, and I don't know what parts of speech are correct to use in the gap. I thought of "seeing" in this case as a noun which may be modified by an adjective.
2. What is the difference in the meaning of the following sentences?
- You smile a lot when you have a baby.
- You don't smile much when you're having a baby.
I appreciate every support and instructive pieces of advice. Thank you in advance!