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Mommy to L (6), J (4) and S (March 2013)
mypalbabs:Sullivan has a joyful nature - no clue if those are official smiles or random expressions. She seems happy, that's what we care about.
I swear DD had the biggest smile on her face once she stopped crying in the delivery room. I'm sure it's something other than an intentional smile, but she's a very happy baby, so we're happy.
pinottoparenthood:My baby "smiles" and has since he was like five days old... But not in response to anything we do. In other words, it's not a real smile.
My LO only smiles and laughs in his dreams. My daughter was smiling right away. I guess every baby is different.
DD smiled (intentionally) right on her 4 week mark. Ever since then, she's been smiling more and more! I LOVE it! :)
My Dr. said that it can start as early as 4 weeks, but most don't start smiling intentionally until about 6-8 weeks.