Baby Smiling

Baby Smiling


A baby's first social smile appears between six and eight weeks after birth.


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Often newborns smile in their sleep. But starting between 6 and 8 weeks of life, babies develop a "social smile" an intentional gesture of warmth meant just for you. This is an important milestone. Your pediatrician asks you whether you've seen your baby's grin at a two-month well-child visit.


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