Can a 6 week old laugh?
But it’s often not until that first smile, when they’re between 6 and 12 weeks old, that we realize babies want social interaction as well. The smiles express that they’re happy, content, and enjoying what’s going on around them. Soon enough, though, smiling takes on an auditory dimension and turns into laughter.
How do I make my newborn laugh?
How Can I Get My Baby to Smile and Laugh?
- Copy your baby’s sounds.
- Act excited and smile when your baby smiles or makes sounds.
- Pay close attention to what your baby likes so you can repeat it.
- Play games such a peek-a-boo.
- Give age-appropriate toys to your baby, such as rattles and picture books.
What is my newborn smiling about?
Your Baby’s Development This Week
Often newborns will smile in their sleep. Sometimes a smile in the early weeks of life is simply a sign that your little bundle is passing gas. But starting between 6 and 8 weeks of life, babies develop a “social smile” — an intentional gesture of warmth meant just for you.