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Rowan has recently discovered how to do this! I remember from when Alex was a baby that it was so much fun to just blow raspberries all day with him. I'm excited about this He always looks so surprised when I do it but then he just starts laughing, lol.
Anybody else's baby doing this yet?
'Scuse the bad typing, please. 'Breast is Best' but not when browsing the internet!
McKinley literally started doing that yesterday! She still doesn't laugh (I have the most serious children!) but she will blow a raspberry and then do that crazy open mouth smile where she wants to laugh but nothing comes out lol. Cracks me up every time.
Rory started smiling and laughing at 4 weeks. It was really needed and appreciated, lol. I'll never forget it. Alex was sleeping in his room and i just finished pumping and was laying on the bed with Rowan in the few precious minutes I had with him before needing to make another bottle. He was laying so peacefully asleep. And then he farted. He just GRINS this big gummy grin and goes "AHUUUH! Oooo!" and falls back asleep, LOL!
Bodhi uses raspberries to express his displeasure at the situation or to say hello. A couple of weeks ago, Bourne was tormenting him non-stop and Bodhi leaned forward, scowled (see my FB for multiple images of the Scowl) and blew a big raspberry at Bourne and then sat back content.
He also blew a raspberry at the pedi this morning when she tried to look in his ears.