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    My son (16 months) holds the back of his head when he's having a bottle. He walks around the house with his head tilted back, bottle in the mouth, and holding his head up Makes it look like he's posing!

    Also, he's very into things that are "amazing". His nana's mini TV that has a little Christmas scene and plays carols is a big hit, also, when the fan is on and blowing on his face. He doesn't make a sound, he just opens his mouth really wide like something amazing has happened. He even has his hands opened up wide. It's a real "OMG that's amazing!" look Very cute especially as he knows the adults have a good laugh out of it, so he really lays it on thick sometimes

    I can't wait til his 21st birthday, soooo many stories

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    DS 2 almost 6 months has taken to shaking his head like hes say nonononono. He first started doing it to music so I thought he was just getting his groove on, but now he does it to almost anything, I think largely because it gets such a huge giggle out of everyone. He also sticks his tongue out of the corner of his mouth and sucks his lip at the same time.. I was trying to settle him for bed one night when he started doing this and all I could do was laugh at him.. so much for not stimulating the baby at sleep time..lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by liddia View Post
    DS 2 almost 6 months has taken to shaking his head like hes say nonononono. He first started doing it to music so I thought he was just getting his groove on, but now he does it to almost anything, I think largely because it gets such a huge giggle out of everyone. He also sticks his tongue out of the corner of his mouth and sucks his lip at the same time.. I was trying to settle him for bed one night when he started doing this and all I could do was laugh at him.. so much for not stimulating the baby at sleep time..lol.
    DD does the head shake too! Just randomly usually, although she did it a couple of times when we were playing with bubbles today

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    My DS has also been shaking his head for a long time. Not six months though! More like 11ish I think. He's learnt what "no" means so he shakes his head for that. He also shakes it very exageratedly to make himself dizzy.

    On that dizzy note, he likes standing on the spot and spinning around too. So entertaining

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    DS is 12 months and doesn't shake his head. Oh he has so many cute habits I could go on all day.

    When we say "put it on your head" he sort of throws it over his shoulder - not sure exactly where his head is.

    When we say "kiss" he puckers up and does an "air kiss"

    Has a habit of taking food out of his mouth and offering it to people. Actually offers/passes things a lot. If I'm hanging out washing he can pass me the pegs.

    Throws his hands in the air and we must copy, and vice versa, if we throw our hands in the air he copies.

    Loves playing chasings (crawling)

    And blows raspberries on my tummy and boobs.

    I know this is all normal baby stuff but I love this age! So cheeky!


 

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