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Elaina - posted on 01/03/2010 ( 12 moms have responded )

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my daughter smiles , talks all sorts of noises, can sit up almost on her own but doesnt laugh! when do the giggles come???

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Jac - posted on 01/08/2010

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My daughter is 3mths today and laughed her ass off at 10weeks when my hubby was pulling funny faces. Altho every baby is different and they are tough customers, you really have to be worth a laugh I suppose! I cant make her yet... lol

Francinne - posted on 01/07/2010

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My Son Mason is 3 months old tomoro and he has been trying to laugh for awhile now yesterday he started squeal type laughing but still not a full giggle. He is full of smiles and 'talks' non stop.

Joan - posted on 01/07/2010

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my daughter is 2 1/2 months and I still haven't heard her laugh out loud. She smiles and laughs silently (especially when she's naked) and she makes cooing nosies but still no sound to go with the laughter.

Cyrene Chris - posted on 01/07/2010

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That is too cute! Sophie also laughs silently in her sleep and I think that is the most adorable thing I've seen hehe! She likes looking up at ceilings and laughing at lights. My husband also made a picture of her as his wallpaper on his computer (he has a 22" LCD monitor) and whenever he sits her down in front of it she starts smiling and laughing. I guess it is different for each child. Milestones are guides for parents to watch out for anyway, but every baby has his/her own timeline. It's amazing that your baby can almost sit up by herself! That isn't something that most babies can do this early on. ;-)

Muffin - posted on 01/06/2010

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My daughter is 3months and 6 days she laughs and even snnorts all the time when i sit in her face and tlak to her. She reay thinks she is having a conversation then when i stop talking toher or I get on the phone she gets mad and start talking really loud. But most people say she is way advanced for her age she has been holding ehr head on her own since day 1

Karin - posted on 01/06/2010

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My little girl is starting to laugh out loud. It sounds more like a cough right now. She will do it and then give a funny look as if saying "did that come from me". It makes me laugh. She has been smiling for over a month and has been sticking her tongue out at mommy and daddy when they do it to her. My little one is also starting to sit, she still needs a little help getting up, but then she stays up by herself. I just have to keep a boppy pillow behind her because sometimes she kicks herself backwards. I was hoping that she would roll over first, but it looks like she wants to sit first.

Sara - posted on 01/06/2010

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my daughter laughs all the time, mostly when i tickle her, which she is super ticklish. awsome that your little one is almost sitting on there own! emma has a while before she can do that. all kids are different, it will come soon enough

Lise - posted on 01/05/2010

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My baby is 2 1/2 months, and she has yet to laugh out loud. She does some silent laughter in her sleep (CUTEST THING EVER!) and has done silent laughing with us, but she mostly just smiles and coos. And talks...

Cindy - posted on 01/04/2010

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My son is 3 months old on friday and I have not yet heard him laugh out loud. He smiles, talks all sorts of noise but didn't really laugh out loud yet.. It depends on the baby I guess

Kayla - posted on 01/04/2010

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My little guy is 11 weeks old and smiles and coos and "talks" back to me all the time. He does laugh a lot in his sleep and sometimes will laugh just because. It is the cutest thing now that he is starting to interact back with me. He also loves his toys and will smile and laugh at them.

Debra - posted on 01/04/2010

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I think it just depends on the baby. My daughter has laughed out but at first it was in her sleep. Now if she is watching the ceiling fan she will smile and coo at it and laugh out but that's about the only thing that makes her laugh. I'm sure that she'll find something to laugh at later. Probably her Mommy pulling out her hair! LOL

Andrea - posted on 01/04/2010

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My son is 13 weeks and laughed out loud for the first time probably about a month ago.

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