12 Aug 2022 | 3 min Read
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From eating solid food to taking their first steps, your baby’s first year is filled with a myriad of memorable events. Similarly, the little one’s first laugh is also a milestone and each milestone is an opportunity for you to make sure that your baby is growing and developing as expected.
Even if you don’t get enough of the sound as the baby laugh’s for the first time, it’s one of the best parenting moments you’ve been waiting for. Whether it’s a chuckle or a full belly laugh of your little one, we are sure that once you hear that sound for the first time, you’ll be doing everything to hear it more often. But the question is, “When do babies start laughing?” Read on to know more.
According to experts, most babies start laughing around month three or four. However, there’s nothing to be worried about if your little one isn’t laughing at four months as each baby is different. Some babies also tend to laugh earlier than others.
Parents need to make their little ones laugh as laughter has a plethora of benefits:
So, are you ready to make those silly faces that will make your baby laugh? We know you are!
Try to focus on the entire set of age-appropriate milestones and not just on laughing. However, if your baby hasn’t reached several milestones in its development, it is advisable to consult your baby’s doctor.
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