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who has gotten smiles?

post #1 of 12
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I got an early smile from my baby (about 2 weeks) and she will smile now (4 weeks) if she makes eye contact.




I love those smiles! It makes it all worth it!
post #2 of 12
"blissed out on breastmilk" smiles at 4 days...nothing while fully awake
post #3 of 12
Dh has gotten a few - he tries hard and is funnier than me. I got one happy milky smile (but not at *me*.)
post #4 of 12
I love the milky smiles, I just wish I could capture one on film!! I know she's not smiling at ME...but she is smiling because of me ...so nice
post #5 of 12
Yes! The 'mama thanx for the milk' smile! So precious. Also when dh tickles her bottom lip, we get that adorable open mouth smile! It melts my heart!

She changes so much every week, can't wait to see what next week is like...
post #6 of 12
Only sleepy grins so far but we can see dimples hehehe makes me all giddy inside she has Daddies dimples te hee so cute
post #7 of 12
Ian has been smiling since 2 days. Actually at people. He also laughs, mostly in his sleep. Daddy was feeling hurt because Ian would only smile for me but he recentlt started smiling at daddy too.
post #8 of 12
oh yeah weve been getting tons of smiles. i love it!! so cute!! we attended a baby care class last nigt to give our birth story (which i still need to type up for you guys!)and when i started talking about the joys of breastfeeding she kept on smiling.. cutest thing ever!!
<3,
nicole
post #9 of 12
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Originally Posted by Full Heart
Ian has been smiling since 2 days. Actually at people. He also laughs, mostly in his sleep. Daddy was feeling hurt because Ian would only smile for me but he recentlt started smiling at daddy too.

AH! I thought she laughed the other day, now I'm sure she did!! She was still latched on to the boob, and her eyes were fluttering, mostly asleep..she smiled (unlatching her of course) then...sounded like a little muffled laugh! AAAAWWWWWWWWW!!!!!!!! :LOL
post #10 of 12
I've gotten some, but they don't feel like the purposeful "I love you mommy" type yet. She seems to be looking over my shoulder. They're still cute though!
post #11 of 12
i seem to get yummy-milk smiles, face-tickling smiles, getting-rid-of-gas smiles, and occasionally smiles when i'm smiling like a goof at close range (so maybe imitative smiles or just coincidence?). i can't wait for the social smiles.

dimples here too!!! i hope they stick around, i always hoped our kids would get dh's dimples but jasper didn't (he's got my facial features, mostly).

::: lori
post #12 of 12
I have but she's also over 2 months old. ;-) She didn't smile until she was 8 weeks old, though. A preemie is like having a newborn for a really long time!!
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