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January 30th, 2013, 10:34 AM
curlygirl77's Avatar Mega Super Mommy
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Micah has discovered her voice this week, with a vengeance! As soon as the other kids are in bed and the house is quiet she starts shouting as loud as she can. It's as if she thinks, 'they've been loud all day, now it's MY turn!' It's mostly 'Aaaaahhhhhhhhhh' or 'Eeeeeaaaaaahhhh', but I can't believe how noisy she is. After the kids are in bed I usually watch TV with dh, but it's been impossible to hear anything the past few days over her yelling!

Does anyone else's baby shout?

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January 30th, 2013, 10:48 AM
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Oh, yes!!!! For a tiny little girl, Bailey has a loud voice!!! She squeals in uncontrollable happiness watching her brothers. When she starts giggling, it turns into loud belly laughs. And, she has no volume control and her babbling is mostly always yelling. It's so cute (for now, at least).
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January 30th, 2013, 11:35 AM
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Elliott has loud and quiet times. He can definitely be loud but he also likes to just talk to himself or his hands. lol
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January 30th, 2013, 12:44 PM
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Definitely! Kyah started this when she first found her voice. I called it "screaming" but I should have said baby yelling! She will screech and yell whenever she feels like it! Sometimes she will babble at a normal tone and then just add in some loud yelling. It is too cute! She sometimes sounds like she is arguing with someone!

With 4 older siblings there tends to be arguments amongst the kids at some point each day. When Kyah hears the "arguing" voices she always gets very quiet and listens intently! It is too cute. Certainly one thing that always calms her down and gets her attention! She probably learned her "baby arguing" from hearing them argue!!

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January 30th, 2013, 03:31 PM
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Ha ha Matthew does that to. he like to talk to himself and his hands an a lot to like Elliot ha ha but hes recently learned how to scream and my goodness! he can be so loud! ad hes just talking away but its more like yelling away and we cant hear anything else over him either lol

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January 30th, 2013, 05:58 PM
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Remy is still really quiet, and doesn't talk that much! Whenever he does it's just cooing or little dinosaur screeches, haha. I'm definitely waiting for him to find his voice!!!

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January 30th, 2013, 10:14 PM
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OMG yes!!! Mason has been so loud for the past couple weeks. Sometimes its super cute and hes like screetching high pitched and excited but other times its sounds like i am beating him. Its crazy. Then i ask if hes my crazy baby and he giggles. Its cute but im real quiet and shy and get embarassed sometimes lol
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January 31st, 2013, 06:56 AM
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She is really loud. She screeches, yells at us (if we aren't paying attention), and she even yells at her feet and hands if they aren't doing what she wants. She is doing that right now as a matter of fact. Lol. All of my kids have been screechers. She doesn't talk quietly unless she has someone's full attention and then she will act like she is having a serious conversation. It is really cute, and I don't mind her being loud.

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January 31st, 2013, 08:28 AM
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Weston is a pretty quiet guy. He mostly makes soft vowel noises and the back of the throat sounds too recently.

I was just thinking about this, because of the doctor's little milestone sheet. You stop once you have 3 'Nos'. The screeching thing is in between holding head up at 90 degrees and rolling over, so even if he was rolling we wouldn't make it that far because he doesn't scream and doesn't hold his head up 90 degrees on his belly (and something else I forget), so it's kind of a silly sheet.

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