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#1 of 7 Old 07-17-2008, 12:30 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Phoenix shot me a smile! We're pretty sure it wasn't gas, but
even if it was, it melted my heart anyway!!! Aren't they
cute when they start making cutesy faces at ya??:
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O, and the sounds too. Mine doesn't cry so much as coo's imaptiently. Like a little owl. I love that. Today, tho, I got the biggest, wide-opened mouth, gummy grin yet.

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I've been getting LOTS of grinning and cooing form Callie! She is SOOOOOO precious! I love her!!!
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Awww.. I'm Jealous!
I've been getting a lot of cooing and surprisingly they have smiled at each other a few times which is absolutely adorable.. But no gummy grins for me
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It really is pretty special, isn't it? Daniel had some amazing newborn smiles in his first week, and now that he's nearing 6 weeks old, he's initiating the smiles himself rather than just echoing yours.

As you can see from the time of this post, we're up... It's been a brutal few days. Just so gassy and colicky.

Anyway, he just choked horribly on my milk, sputtered and coughed and cried and got mad, and then looked up at me with his googly eyes and smiled a perfect, "I love you" smile. So damn endearing.
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Yay for baby smiles! I got my first "real" one in the bathtub 2 days ago

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Aw, DD has given lots of smiles since birth, but none of them were directed at me. More just smiling in general. She hasn't smiled in response to my smile yet.

DS was developmentally delayed and I remember going in for his two month check up and he hadn't smiled yet. I just hope that she is by then or I will stress out about the same delays!

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