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Adorable baby shows off her “mad face” mom can’t contain laughter

June 9th, 2021

Babies are adorably cute! Even without trying so hard, they can easily make us laugh. Parents can readily notice some humor in their kids, no matter how simple it is.

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This is Baby Emani.

This cute lady is from Detroit. She’s cheery and has a lot of personality!

Despite her young age, she already knows how to make her mama burst into laughter. Probably, she will be someone who can tell funny jokes and be a natural comedian around her circle of family and friends.

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Her mommy cannot contain her boisterous laughter when her daughter shows her adorable “mad face.”

Thankfully, mum can share it with the world by recording and uploading it online.

At the beginning of the video, Emani is grinning ear to ear. So lovely!

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She seems happy with that bright smile. However, she can quickly change her mood when her mom commands her to show that mad face.

Mum asks her sweet little pumpkin,

“Show me your mad face.”

Emani readily obeys and shows it to her mom. She’s clever as she already understands the kind of facial expression she should give to what her mom is asking for.

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Those little eyebrows are nearly touching each other. The cute forehead is slightly wrinkled. With a bit flared nostrils and lips pursed, it is the cutest mad face her mom has ever seen; that’s why she’s laughing so hard at it. Her laughter is totally contagious.

Seeing her mommy very amused with what she is doing, baby Emani chuckles while looking at her mom. As her mum’s laughing so hard in front of her, she gives a look that seems to ask, “Mom, what’s so funny?”

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Mom is enjoying her daughter’s mad face, and she asks the second time,

“Show me again.”

Even without mentioning to her to show a mad face, Emani does the same expression. And her mom is laughing hysterically again.

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Emani has displayed a good understanding of the language.

According to WebMD:

Baby talk at 9 months.

After 9 months, babies can understand a few basic words like “no” and “bye-bye.” They also may begin to use a wider range of consonant sounds and tones of voice.

Baby talk at 12-18 months.

Most babies say a few simple words like “mama” and “dada” by the end of 12 months – and now know what they’re saying. They respond to – or at least understand, if not obey – your short, one-step requests such as, “Please put that down.”

Her mama just can’t get enough of it. And her daughter’s obedience to her command just made her day.

Babies naturally laugh or smile with you. If they see you so happy and smiling, then they will laugh and smile too. This is an easy explanation of why Emani readily softens her mad facial expression after seeing her mom having a good laugh.

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Emani is a natural at making others smile.

Her mom makes sure that she records and documents her baby’s cutest and funniest moments. She has been sharing it on Instagram!

Despite the very short clip, people are enjoying it. These are some of the positive responses from viewers.

“She is too cute, even with her mad face.”

“Are we not going to talk about the fact that she seems to be under 2 but understands perfectly what is being asked of her??”

“She knew exactly what was being asked of her. So smart and cute!”

Baby Emani’s cuteness in this video has captured the hearts of many for over 900,000 views.

Go and click the video below, and we hope this makes you happy too.

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Source: The Daily Share, Emani’s World, Chavi_Emani, PsychologyToday, WebMD

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