We all know that ɪɴꜰᴀɴᴛs’ ʙʀᴀɪɴs are not quite as complex as their parents’. That’s why babies can’t talk; they just make noises in response to what’s going on around them. But, undeveloped or not, infants are still humans. New parents can feel certain that their young child can understand what they are saying, even if they cannot respond to them.
It’s for sure that babies mimic their parents’ voices and try to imitate their sounds and faces from an early age. Generally, their first words used to be “mama,” “dada,” or “yes” or “no” to start with. However, saying “I love you” at just 8 weeks of age is something uncommon and truly amazing! Here, an infant made an incredible impression with her sweet, cute babbling, imitating her mom saying, “I love you!”
The adorable video shows the little baby sᴛʀᴜɢɢʟɪɴɢ to respond to her mom’s voice and babbling its way through; she accidentally responds to her mother’s “I love you” in the most stunning way! Listen closely as this sweet baby girl tries her best to say “I love you” to her mom. This mother would never have imagined receiving such a priceless treat from her toddler while spoiling her little princess! “I Love You!” These magic words are the best few words in all the letters to make us feel loved! I am sure the science is yet to reach out to this early miracle from a human baby, and till such time, let’s get tuned in to enjoy this bundle of cuteness!
Babies’ development is increasingly evident in the first year of life, especially in how they express their emotions. For example, when uncomfortable, 3-month-old babies will only know how to cry, but 8-month-old babies can wince. According to research by the University of Georgia (USA), babies can easily learn sᴋɪʟʟs throughout childhood. It is the parents’ sᴇɴsɪᴛɪᴠɪᴛʏ and education over an ongoing period of time that can help children control their emotions from an early age.
Every milestone a baby makes is celebrated by a mother. Their first smile, the first time they can hold the bottle on their own, when they can crawl, talk, and walk. Every single experience is equally monumental and amazing. But before our babies are able to do these things, we talk to them. Research says that babies can start understanding words as young as six months.