The first time your baby smiles at you, all the sleepless nights, morning sickness and newborn stress will suddenly seem worth it, a million times over.
There’s just nothing sweeter than an infant’s face lighting up with happy recognition or delight. Smiling is also a welcome sign of baby’s growing social skills, now that your newborn is making the transition from sweet sleepy lump to a sociable, irresistible little personality.
Baby Steven Deliphose loves to play and giggle safe in the company of his proud mom. One day when they were at home together, she began to ask him to show her the sad and happy faces he can make.
Holding out his bottom lip for some time, he appeared to be on the verge of tears when demonstrating his gloomy look.
When she later asked the three-month-old for a happy face, therefore, he was delighted to break into a cheeky and fun-loving grin.