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3 Comments

  • Sounds great, will share this with those who have young children.

  • Shanna Klobucher says:

    Since my son was born, he was the light of my life. As a baby, his huge toothless grin just melted everyone’s heart, and brought a huge smile to our faces. When he was about 4 months old, I had just gotten done giving him his bottle and we were playing and laughing together, with my husband. I was laying on the couch in our living room, holding my son up in the air above me, and my husband was in the recliner across the room. The sound of Deslin’s laugh was contagious, and we were all laughing. All of a sudden, he got a funny look on his face, and before I knew it, he had spit up his milk………into my open, laughing mouth!!!!!!!! It happened so fast I didn’t have time to react! I looked over at my husband, baby still in the air in my arms, with my mouth wide to show him what had just happened. He could hardly control his laughter long enough to come and retrieve baby so I could clean myself up. It was the funniest thing that has ever happened, and we laugh about it to this day!

  • Heidi greenwood says:

    My son was just learning to eat and we were experimenting on different foods. He has always had a quick hand and before I knew it, we were both wearing he contents of he bowl & food container. We both looked at each other in shock & he let out a chuckle that had us both laughing so hard :). It was a sweet, special moment!

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