Eight-Week-Old Newborn Accidentally Says “I Love You” To Mom
A curious video has emerged of one very happy little baby who loves babbling and likes mimicking her mother’s voice! In this video, the adorable baby struggles to show affection and accidentally responds to her mother’s “I love you”, babbling its way through, to clearly say “I love you” back. How adorable!
Listen closely as this smiling little baby tries her best to say "I love you!" to mom. Cuteness overload! We have seen some pretty amazing things in the world of baby news, but this video of a very chatty 8-week-old newborn left us for words.
At first sight, it may look like a basic sweet baby video, but when baby’s mother says “I love you”, and the <a href="https://rumble.com/v367hf-4-month-old-says-hello.html" target="_blank">babbling baby</a> immediately finds its way around words, mimicking mom’s sounds, and accidentally says “I love you” back at mom.
This is very impressive because according to science babies shouldn’t yet be talking at this stage. Of course, babies mimic their parents' voice, trying to imitate their sounds and faces from an early age. However, they are not expected to say "I love you" at 8 weeks of age.
Apparently, this baby will nail a career in linguistics or law, being this talkative! You could say that a baby’s first words are a pretty big deal. Hearing your tot blurt out their first word means that they’ve started their journey toward talking and it’s huge news!
Usually baby’s first words are “yes”, “no”, “mama” or “dada”. However, this little cutie decided to surprise mom with the <a href="https://rumble.com/v3kyt5-3-month-old-baby-says-i-love-you-incredible.html" target="_blank">cutest reaction to “I love you”</a>! Well done, young lady!
When mom was spoiling her little princess she never could have imagined to hear those magic words back. Apparently, mommy’s talk encouraged little baby to try and mimic the sound to this phrase. So, when baby responded “I love you” in babbling sounds, mom was left for words! Incredible!
It is so amazing to think that babies learn to talk by observing and imitating, even though they haven’t the slightest clue about what is it they’re trying to say!