You must know the cries of an unhappy baby in the beginning. But you should know the sounds which a baby makes when they’re happy. It’s oh, so magical!
Newborn: Too Close for Comfort
The baby will your face and voice very soothing to him, it’s as if your baby knows you for a very long time and got used to you being around. It’s a bit discouraging when you’re met with only a blank stare but that’s okay! Your baby is getting used to your presence.
0 to 3 Months: Holding Patterns
Holding a baby could a very nervous experience for everybody. However, if your baby is calm in your arms and doesn’t try to arch her back, that means she’s comfortable with you. It’s probably because you meet her needs such as feeding, crying and changing her diapers.
1 to 3 Months: Grin and Share It
Seeing a baby smile could be the one of the most heart-warming thing and helps brighten up your sad day. Babies can start to smile immediately without being forced.
3 to 6 Months: A Laughing Matter
What comes after smiles? Laughter! Life gets better when your baby slowly but gradually get from smiling to laughing. How do you want to make your baby laugh? Easy, by bonding time of course! Quality bonding time helps building the trust between you and your baby.
4 to 7 Months: A Tower of Babble
You’d be surprised, babies can pick up sounds when listening to you and can communicate with you through their emotions verbally. When their babble whether it’s high pitch or soft, it means that they are happily interacting with you in baby language.
12 to 18 Months: Now That’s Comedy
When they reach a round the 1-year age, they’ll find anything humorous. If they want to make you laugh, they can simply do silly things with objects such as placing a diaper over their head.