Not sleepy/gas smiles, but real happy smiles like when they're being talked too or played with.
DD was a pretty serious baby. She didn't smile until about 3 months old. We didn't get a real laugh out of her until about 6-7 months, and we only got her to do it once :x But by 12 months she was a giggle monster :)
A month old. Not gassy or anything. She would legitimately smile at me within a month of being born.
Edit: This is the first picture I got of her smiling. But she was always an extremely smiley baby. She always smiled!
A little over two months. It's only like a few back to back smiles every day or two tho. He's a pretty serious grumpy looking baby :)
Around a month and I know it wasn't gas. Even his pedi commented on how happy he was because he would just lay there and smile at everyone that would talk to him. Now he's 5 months and still all smiles.
Quoting Jace's Momma.:" Not sleepy/gas smiles, but real happy smiles like when they're being talked too or played with."
Honestly two days after birth, and my nurse said it was a legit smile because I kept saying it made me sad that they weren't real. Her's were actual smiles. She like came out smiling :)
<blockquote><b>Quoting Chels :3:</b>" Honestly two days after birth, and my nurse said it was a legit smile because I kept saying it made me sad that they weren't real. Her's were actual smiles. She like came out smiling :)"</blockquote>
Nurse's are the smartest
About 5 weeks, maybe 6.
2 weeks old(pic on my profile) but it took her forever to giggle for the first time
She smiles all the time but hardly giggles unless I chase her or tickle her. I love baby giggles :)
Less than a month old. I remember going to see the lactation specialist at the hospital and I handed her to the specialist so I could run to the bathroom, when I took her back she had the world's biggest smile on her face like, "Hey mommy there you are!"
4weeks old :)
now he dont stop smiling/giggling :)