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Babies laughing

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LadyScozz Report 22 Jan 2013 03:15

The happiest sound in the world!

Always makes me laugh along with them.

Here's one:

PS I wanted to add this to the thread of what dogs eat, but couldn't find it :-D


Susan-nz Report 22 Jan 2013 04:44

Hi Scozz,

I totally agree, a babies laughter is infectious. My daughter showed me a youtube clip of a baby having hysterics as his dad made popping noises with his mouth. :-)


Susan-nz Report 22 Jan 2013 04:46

Love the clip !!


LadyScozz Report 22 Jan 2013 06:05

I've just spent at least half an hour looking on YouTube for laughing babies :-D

This is the last one I looked at (babies & dogs)

I've gotta get a life :-D :-D :-(


Cooper Report 22 Jan 2013 14:00

Ah Scozz, that's made me smile :-D



'Emma' Report 22 Jan 2013 14:19

Have a look at my 'Thats better' thread on 19th. Jan Scozz
it gets me going every time. :-D
Emma. :-) :-)


Janet Report 22 Jan 2013 16:07

Remember our first child when she was 4 months she started laughing, presumably at herself in the mirror which in turn made us laugh. I've never forgotten the moment and I must have told her a dozen times or more. Just love adverts which show babies laughing.
Having said that I hate to see someone tickling a child with the idea that they are enjoying it because they are laughing. it is only a release of tension and I would never allow anyone to tickle my children. I hated it as a child ...and still do.-jl


ButtercupFields Report 22 Jan 2013 16:10

Janet, you are lucky someone still wants to tickle you! :-D :-D


Janet Report 22 Jan 2013 16:16

LOL-ButtercupFields I am not. Believe it or not my neighbour chose to do it two years ago. Don't know what possessed him, he couldn't have chosen anyone worse. Result, no communication. I guess he was celebrating his retirement.-j


ButtercupFields Report 22 Jan 2013 16:21

:-D :-D :-D


PollyinBrum Report 22 Jan 2013 16:25

My grandson is four and has the most infectious laugh, I was on the phone to him the other evening and during the conversation I said something, and he laughed and I said “what are you laughing at” and he said” I don't know”, as we continued to chat he was laughing so much I found myself joining in. When we said bye bye, I could still hear the laugh in his voice. I laughed every time I thought about it. OH asked his son what little chap was laughing about, but he said he would not say what it was............. <3 <3