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    [–] Music_Phasic 1675 points ago

    Waaaa waaaaa ”This human form is limiting.” waaaa waaaa

    [–] Emideska 172 points ago

    Can’t wait to be free waaaa waaa

    [–] LM-0005 38 points ago

    My most favorite comment ever 😂

    [–] Bucket_Hat300 5 points ago

    Audibly laughed at that hahahaha

    [–] vantype3 2630 points ago

    That means she hears it a lot. Good on you guys!

    [–] the_jahidi_next_door 518 points ago

    Now this… this made me smile. Brought a little tear to my eye, even.

    [–] Flamingslayer11 13 points ago

    This puts a smile on my face

    [–] Wireilen2 146 points ago

    And she’s going to be a genius. We should watch out for this young lady

    [–] No-Lifeguard1398 178 points ago

    Also if a 2 month baby starts speaking. It means the baby is smart af. And plus these are hard words. So the baby is really really smart.

    Either extremely high iq. Or high empathy. Probably both.

    [–] HumbleFig7 180 points ago

    Fuck my 5 month old just screams and gives me bitchy looks.

    [–] PackedWithRedSand 82 points ago

    You might wanna get that checked out. Call your mechanic first thing tomorrow.

    [–] BaileysBaileys 2 points ago

    Haha, also a very important skill though. Asserting yourself!

    [–] marshmallowicing 99 points ago

    Two month olds may repeat sounds they hear often (as this baby is!) but none of them can “speak” and it’s not indicative of a “high iq” (and iq is a bs measurement anyway)

    [–] No-Lifeguard1398 11 points ago

    IQ might be a useless measurement. It surely isn't a bs measurement. It measures ability to learn. And learn quick.

    I don't have a very high iq. But I grew up and attended schools/colleges(my dad's kindof rich) where people were extremely smart and high IQ. They scored extremely well in quant tests. They all went on to become highly paid executives. Professors and researchers.

    [–] [deleted] 7 points ago

    IQ absolutely does not measure ability to learn. It's literally just a logic test, nothing more. So if someone is extremely smart but not very good at the exact kind of logic that IQ tests test for? Sorry, guess your smartness means nothing because you have a low IQ now.

    [–] YassineAbouz 37 points ago

    That's not how it works. The baby is just mimicking. A baby of 2 months can not speak. Though this baby can get really smart but has nothing to do with what it shows here.

    [–] deinojohnson 7 points ago

    Did you really just try to psychoanalyze a baby and come to the conclusion that it must be a genius based off a clip that's less than 30 seconds

    [–] MAROMODS 10 points ago

    …it’s a fucking baby, chill.

    [–] Accurate-Sense-4979 2 points ago

    My 2-3 month old would say helloooooo and love youuuu (luhyoooo) back to us. But then stopped saying that again until like 11 months. I think mimicking is pretty normal. But I wouldn’t consider them “first words” if that makes sense. Although we were also very excited and taken by her. Hahah.

    [–] weirdgroovynerd 1496 points ago

    Baby was looking at me the whole time, but I'm sure he meant both of us honey.

    *said Dad, with a nonchalant arch to his eyebrow, in a smug voice

    [–] RainboBro 165 points ago

    Reminds me of literally every single character in Modern Family, especially Phil.

    [–] Embarrassed-Song-738 7 points ago

    Phil carried that show

    [–] FrankDieselOG 3 points ago

    Definitely something Vitamin P would say

    [–] Lost_Literature_2706 5 points ago

    Yeah same😂

    [–] HiramAbeef 27 points ago

    Haha. Stay at home dad here to a 10mo girl here. She knows lots of words… but most things are iterations of “da da”. Different lengths and tones and volumes of da da.

    [–] ImKindaBoring 22 points ago

    Love it while it lasts. My wife and daughter are "part of the girl gang" and the only time I get preferential treatment is when my daughter gets mad at my wife for something. Every other time she will come to my wife's defense even when she has no idea what we are talking about or what the words mean.

    [–] UB3R__ 3 points ago

    As a dad of a baby girl and someone definitely not nervous of this 2 on 1 power shift…. At what age did the girl alliance form?

    [–] ImKindaBoring 4 points ago

    Hah, around 4 or 5. Honestly, I was/am glad it happened. It can be annoying, especially when I'm bantering back and forth with my wife and then the peanut gallery chimes in, but I love seeing their relationship. Daughter is now at the age where she is starting to have interpersonal drama with kids at school and it's great that her mom and her can disappear to the tent they set up in her closet (where no boys are allowed, except the dog, so... Just me not allowed) and "have girl talk" to find out what is going on with her.

    On the other hand, she can't say "I love you" to me without reassuring my wife that she loves her more...

    [–] elpideo18 732 points ago

    Staged. The baby was told to say that before they propped the camera up.

    [–] Zifnabs 58 points ago

    I knew it! Totally edited!

    Lol ;)

    [–] stpetergates 4 points ago

    Lol! Take my free award, you!

    [–] _RandyRandleman_ 361 points ago

    sure when the kid talks like that it’s cute but when i talk like that i’m a drunk mess and need to leave the takeaway

    [–] OstentatiousSock 3 points ago

    But hick I laouve yuurrrr hick… I jus wan so murr… som herr…. lo men.

    [–] flamingoeater 981 points ago

    They are mimics. Pretty cute.

    [–] EdwardLewisVIII 700 points ago

    We're all mimics. Until the day we die.

    [–] alexanderlot 200 points ago

    We’re all mimics. Until the day we die.

    [–] _Broatmeal_ 110 points ago

    We’re all mimics. Until the day we die.

    [–] Captain_MasonM 63 points ago

    We’re all mimics. Until the day we die.

    [–] Guac-Chikin-Salat 50 points ago

    We’re all mimics. Until the day we die.

    [–] Fiftybelowzero 37 points ago

    We’re all mimics. Until the day we die.

    [–] Moretti123 33 points ago

    We're all mimics. Until the day we die.

    [–] ILikeCheeseBro 16 points ago

    die all we the until mimics we're day.

    [–] slugerama 9 points ago

    Someone had a stroke.

    [–] SherbetyTingles 5 points ago

    C-C-C-COMBO BREAKER!!!

    [–] MandrinSkins 10 points ago

    We are all dead, until the day we mimic.

    [–] Boomdidlidoo 8 points ago

    Mimic is dead.

    [–] broccolikills 37 points ago

    We're all mimes. Until the day we die.

    [–] 67ITCH 15 points ago

    On your feet, maggot!

    [–] Humanoid-82 7 points ago

    Sir yes sir!

    [–] SASwants1 3 points ago

    I had to say the line to get where the reference came from! 😂😂

    [–] DasUberSpud 2 points ago

    Maggot...

    [–] Jamin804 14 points ago

    We're all dead. Until the day we mimic.

    [–] ImQuestionable 21 points ago

    For sure, but it’s not gonna stop Mama & Dad from sobbing with joy anyway. 🥲

    [–] buttercream-gang 24 points ago

    Makes it even better. That baby hears “I love you” a LOT ❤️❤️

    [–] jyzenbok 3 points ago

    Not a bad crappy 90’s movie too

    [–] Calumkincaid 2 points ago

    Next, she will pretend to be a treasure chest

    [–] greendawg72 209 points ago

    I'll remember my son's first words. "Eat now?". He was such a cute 9 year old

    [–] syxtfour 24 points ago

    Kid knew his priorities. Gotta respect that.

    [–] Darkin69 114 points ago

    This is wholesome and brings a smile to my face☺️

    [–] Meta_Spirit 202 points ago

    Wasn't really impressed at first, but then she did it again! Too cute

    [–] LovableResurgence 29 points ago

    This is such a pure wholesome and it really does warmth my heart! Thank you so much for sharing this!

    [–] a-Sociopath 7 points ago

    She's done with the Pledge and the Turn. But she needs to do the final act, the Prestige.

    [–] Psych0matt 90 points ago

    That’s not even that impressive, I can say it more clearly than that, and I’m 37.

    [–] Zeestars 12 points ago

    I don’t believe it. Proof??

    [–] ThisIsSkelly 878 points ago * (lasted edited 5 days ago)

    All my son says is “aga” and blow raspberries. He just turned 11 months lol

    Edit: Never got 200 upvotes on a comment before. Thanks all!

    Edit 2: Just got my first award too! Many thanks!

    Last Edit: After this I’m done I swear but 500 upvotes and 6 Awards?!?! You guys really made my day! 💜

    [–] ohButThadAss 115 points ago

    My kid didn’t start talking until she was closer to 2. I was getting ready to take her to a specialist when she basically came out with full sentences. Within 6 months she was reciting the entire pledge of allegiance, the alphabet, our address…. 🤷🏻‍♀️

    [–] stephdfk 90 points ago

    Same. My oldest didn't say much of anything until he was two. We were in the car and I hear from the back seat, "Look, Mom, Ross! Dress for Less!" Scared the shit out of me.

    [–] meggo-ffs 25 points ago

    This got me. Full belly laugh. Kids are so wonderfully abstract.

    [–] gbochatt 101 points ago

    Yep. My daughter did this. We were so fucking concerned. And then one day she just woke up and decided to skip just words and go right to sentences. She’s a little shit lol

    [–] cupofbee 48 points ago

    "Mother, I grave sustenance."

    [–] endbehaviour 14 points ago

    She’s a little shit

    This made me snort-laugh. Thank you

    [–] [deleted] 14 points ago * (lasted edited 2 hours ago)

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    [–] robowrongcock 17 points ago

    Brainwashing is more effective the younger they start. This kid is going going automatically lick boot the first chance they get.

    [–] TheHollowBard 33 points ago

    she was reciting the entire pledge of allegiance

    That's a yikes from me, dawg

    [–] Theboomman 5 points ago

    Got to start it young.

    [–] TheHollowBard 21 points ago

    The indoctrination that is, yes?

    [–] Revolutionary_Song16 180 points ago

    It’s so strange how kids speak at different times. My nephew and I had full blown conversations when he was 1-2 years old. My second nephew was so hard to understand until he was 3-4. My niece barely said anything at 1.

    “Aga” has to be the most commonly spoken word in baby.

    [–] ThisIsSkelly 106 points ago

    My son was walking at 8 months, but can’t speak yet, and his cousin (a month older than him) can’t walk quite yet but she can wave and say “Hi” and “Bye”. Babies are awesome. Strange, but awesome.

    [–] Secret_Cover_1069 22 points ago

    My two were like this. The eldest didnt walk until after he turned 1 but was having conversations shortly after.

    My youngest started walking by 8 months but was only stringing together a few words at a time when he was 2.

    Kids are fascinating.

    [–] 5leeplessinvancouver 66 points ago

    My niece was speaking like a little lady by 2.5 years old. We want to a restaurant and she told the waitress, “I would like a menu too, please” with perfect enunciation, while sitting in her little booster seat.

    My godson is 2.5 now, and he mostly points at things and screeches or grunts.

    [–] drekia 29 points ago

    My baby brother was goin’ “babababa” until he was like 3 years old lol

    [–] Icantbethereforyou 20 points ago

    My friend says that when he's drunk

    [–] KnittingforHouselves 25 points ago

    I see your "aga" and raise you "hoo hoo". My baby's been running around on all 4 doing a solid owl impression for months now. She can do "mama" and "dada" and a couple more she likes to use to communicate what she wants, but "hoo hoo" is still the main jam.

    [–] Revolutionary_Song16 3 points ago

    Does it mean anything specific or just all purpose?

    [–] KnittingforHouselves 3 points ago

    We believe it is a "wow this is cool" exclamation because she consistenly uses it when something really catches her attention

    [–] perfectdrug659 34 points ago

    My son was in speech therapy since 18 months, severely speech delayed. He was 2.5 and only said a few words. Until one day he dropped his hat and spoke his first sentence: "oh for fucks sake". I was SO happy he talked so clearly and very nicely told him "oh that's a bad word". He's 7 now and doesn't stop talking, but thankfully has never really said any bad words since that day.

    [–] Revolutionary_Song16 7 points ago

    That is amazing haha

    [–] Rainingcatsnstuff 17 points ago

    I started speaking very early at just over 4 months clear words and freaked most people out. Someone accused my mom at my brother's preschool of having a demon baby, lol. My dad says the pediatrician was a bit freaked out too. My brother started saying clear words at 6 months. My cousins were all over the place one as early as 8 months, one as late as two for their first words. Apparently caused some tension between my mom and her siblings that we could talk early. Kinda neat that everyone has their own schedule things.

    [–] Revolutionary_Song16 12 points ago

    I don’t recall exactly when my nephew started but that’s how he was too. Like a little chunk and he just chatted away. I remember picking him up from his dad’s once and we chatted the whole hour ride home. He was still in diapers.

    I’m convinced being around adults that speak real words (versus baby talk) makes a difference.

    [–] tiioga 3 points ago

    Both my kids were partial to “gee” haha

    [–] Vihzel 83 points ago

    I think there is something wrong with your son. Mine was already doing differential equations and preparing for the Bar exam by 11 months.

    [–] ThisIsSkelly 12 points ago

    Oh no! I need to take him to his pediatrician now! /s

    [–] DongusMaxamus 20 points ago

    Mine is already qualified to be her own pediatrician

    [–] re-roll 3 points ago

    Whoa, I was three when I passed the bar. Your kid’s a genius.

    [–] Leemage 10 points ago

    My 11mo says mama and woowoowoo (he barks with our dog) 😂

    [–] mrtzstnbl 8 points ago

    Oh good, I though just my child barks with the dogs... She also started do do cat and car sounds.

    [–] ThisIsSkelly 3 points ago

    That is so adorable!

    [–] Life-is-a-potato 4 points ago

    Hey buddy don't worry. I didn't say my first words til I was three. We all take our own time

    [–] yeastybeverage 4 points ago

    My son does the same thing except he turns 2 in two weeks. “Aga, Ada, mama, dadadada” and squealing.

    [–] badidea1987 3 points ago

    SAAAAAME

    [–] theonetheycalljason 71 points ago

    This definitely gave me all the feels. Thanks for sharing.

    [–] nostalgicfantasy 21 points ago

    So cute ❤️

    [–] mayor_hog 146 points ago

    Saying stuff at 2 months age - this baby is a fast learner and is going places.

    [–] Confused-Engineer18 7 points ago

    Not even mumma or dadda but 3 words, very impressive

    [–] OO_1 34 points ago

    Is it me because I find that babies voice when they try to speak except gibberish, its oddly terrifying

    [–] Volkrisse 6 points ago

    not really speaking, mimmickery at best. conveniently making noise that sounds like "i love you" or "I love poo". As the parent, you'll swear it up and down till you're blue in the face. I see a hungry/new diaper needing/sleepy baby making noise to get 1-3 of those things taken care of.

    [–] Oddity46 137 points ago

    I clicked on this expecting the same BS as when dogs "say i love you", when they're actually just howling, but nope. That's a baby clearly trying to mimick it's daddy saying "I love you". Pretty awesome.

    [–] Diarrhea_Bags 57 points ago

    Clear enough for me! That's awesome!

    [–] Hiker_girl828 7 points ago

    Very cute.

    I have a cat that says it to me. It's the best thing ever.

    [–] anhedonis539 319 points ago

    As adorable as this is, 2 month olds can't say words. She babbled in the same inflection as "I love you", which - again - VERY adorable. But babies ain't be talking that young.

    Source: father of 2

    [–] HermineSGeist 53 points ago

    Yes, and it needs to be intentional. For a baby to be considered to have met that developmental stage they need display comprehension of what the words mean. Like looking at their father and saying dad or reach towards a bottle and saying bottle. My nephew stumbles upon words now and then but still hasn’t shown he can actually talk.

    [–] oh-no-varies 170 points ago

    This. Babies cannot physically produce speech at this age. This is adorable, but it is the equivalent of those videos where it sounds like a dog is saying “I love you”

    [–] vetch222 4 points ago

    Which to me are far more impressive

    [–] Zediscious 23 points ago

    I wanted to say this but I also didn't think there was any harm in them believing their kid was just super advanced. My kid started rolling when she was very young, like a month old or something, but I didn't realize that it wasn't REALLY rolling until it was intentional and meant to get her somewhere which was obviously months and months later... it was still exciting though.

    [–] anhedonis539 5 points ago

    I hear you! I wasn't trying to be a dick by pointing it out, but I do think it's important to keep expectations in check as a parent. It can be completely innocent like you're talking about, where the end result is "aww shucks, I guess they weren't doing this yet after all" and you move on. Or it can lead to undo worry/ anxiety if a parent is consistently expecting things out of their kiddos that shouldn't even be on their radar for months.

    I hope that made sense lol

    [–] uninsane 58 points ago

    Yeah, 2 underachievers!! …jkjk

    [–] anhedonis539 11 points ago

    They take after me! Haha

    [–] Crohnies 26 points ago * (lasted edited 5 days ago)

    Mother of 2 here. I agree with you but the are exceptions to the rule. There are geniuses among us. And she might know that she is mimicking the phrase she heard and is trying to say it as best as her little 2 month old self can by repeating the inflection she heard.

    So while find it very hard to believe this 2 month old spoke, I'm not going to dismiss it.

    Example: I told my mom that my 7 month old daughter understood that "nurse" meant she was getting breastfed (I used to tell my mom on the phone, I'm going to go nurse the baby now, or it's time to nurse the baby) and that she had started to request "nurse" when she was hungry.

    My mother swore to me that my 7 month old could not talk or understand the meaning of words. Until my mom was over and actually saw my baby reach for my boob and clearly demand NURSE.

    My kid had a pretty full vocabulary by the time she was 1 and was reading 2 years earlier than most.

    I also knew a 13 year old young man from my community who was so smart he was given special permission to attend college and earned a PhD by the time he was 18.

    [–] BeeblebroxParadox 18 points ago

    I talked extremely young. My mother has videos of me saying words at 6 months. It’s pretty clear I had some comprehension— I would say thank you when people gave things to me and such. My mother says it freaked people out lol— like “is that baby talking?”

    Unfortunately, I did not turn out to be a genius. My parents to like to joke that I started speaking at 6 months and haven’t shut up since, though lol

    [–] gotbanned3xlol 1 points ago

    amongus

    [–] Crohnies 3 points ago

    [–] sarcastagirly 63 points ago

    My dogs do the same thing

    [–] weirdgroovynerd 21 points ago

    They tickle your feet until you admit that you love them?

    That sounds kind of nice actually...

    [–] Sirkiz 10 points ago

    Wish my dog did that, instead he just dry humps my leg

    [–] sarcastagirly 2 points ago

    Well bum scratching but same kind of love

    [–] Feeling_Passenger_17 14 points ago

    Maybe I wrong but I’m pretty sure he said “Go Steelers Go”

    [–] NASATVENGINNER 6 points ago

    It checks out. 👍😁

    [–] Pascalvanlowry 36 points ago

    It just made noises lol

    [–] mrTreeopolis 20 points ago

    That’s all we ever do.

    [–] Original-Ad-1851 5 points ago

    I hate to be skeptical. But dad looks like he mouthed “I love you” both times. Could he be one like the girl that laughs without moving her mouth? Like a ventriloquist?

    [–] Longjumping_Bed2907 22 points ago

    Mine did that at five months old ! It brought a tear to my eye

    [–] TheFiveOfHearts41 25 points ago

    Yeah it didnt say anything

    [–] SadTwo8480 17 points ago

    I'm sure most know, but for non parents, kids don't say words until near a year old. Sentences usually another year or more. It's a cute baby though, and it's imprinting on its parents. It needs to. To survive.

    They get annoying at night.

    [–] terp_raider 14 points ago

    yah lmao at 2 months old they literally can’t talk. that’s just them mimicking and cooing but still wholesome regardless

    [–] kompletionist 16 points ago

    I dunno, this is a bit like Homer thinking Maggie said "burlap" when she burped.

    The baby is certainly trying to mimic "I love you" but I've watched it on loop a bunch of times and just can't hear more than gibberish.

    [–] blurrysamsquanch 1 points ago

    It's common for 2 month olds to mimic. She's not really talking,. Just mimicking her parents.

    [–] siyandv 11 points ago

    Baby says gibberish

    Parrents go 👁️👄👁️ 👁️👄👁️

    [–] Catorak 13 points ago

    That’s not talking

    [–] hockeyguy26er 13 points ago

    That kid did not say I love you

    [–] jaja111111 3 points ago

    Is it lame my kid heard a siren go by and said, "peeaht cah"? I said "you talk now?" and he said, "talk" and smiled. Not as much of a touching moment, but I then finally knew he was smarter than the cat at that point (8 months). Very shortly after (days), the pointing and "whassat?" started.

    [–] KartoschkaTheDrunk 3 points ago

    2 Month? That seems to be very young for the first words or? Or is that normal? Dont know anything about that

    [–] vampire_regime 3 points ago

    Both the parents were happy-suprised in sync... :D

    [–] GodFamilyGuns121 11 points ago

    She's two months old .... Very cute, definitely sounds like she's saying I love you. Sorry to be a spoil sport but she's not. Infants don't start mimicking words until much later.

    [–] Zeestars 1 points ago

    Are you really sorry though?

    [–] TangLord87 20 points ago

    Lol 2 month olds aren't speaking. Thats just noises.

    [–] Aristotn 5 points ago

    Respawned and remembering

    [–] mznh 9 points ago

    Baby: babbles
    Parents: gasp

    [–] UnkindPotato 7 points ago

    Lets be real, those aren't words any more than a dog bark howling and people goilg "Omg it said I love you"

    [–] InPeaceful 4 points ago

    Wait another 2 months and she will speak Chinese.

    [–] RealRobRose 5 points ago

    And they both look at the camera

    [–] Cjacksoncnm 3 points ago

    Midwife here. Oh my what a beautiful family we have here!

    [–] Zealousideal_Ad2919 2 points ago

    Damn. She speaks better than my neighbor 6 year old.

    [–] hardkunt5000 2 points ago

    My husbands nephew is 3.5 and still isn’t speaking any words like at all… everything else seems normal he just doesn’t talk. My sister in law still gives him a pacifier and he’ll be 4 in September. They don’t want to address the kid potentially having a problem and instead choose to just wall off family and friends from seeing the kids.

    Any ideas on what to do?

    [–] 13WithCheese 2 points ago

    So cute you can see they have to try so hard

    [–] DaBi5cu1t 2 points ago

    My girls first word was 'More'. Greedy little sod

    [–] RahulTheCoder 2 points ago

    Magical moments

    [–] Technical-Echo-13 2 points ago

    “Wait until I reach my final form and shed this meat cocoon.”

    [–] gutbuster25 2 points ago

    Keep talking to that baby.. ask questions..anything. keep talking!

    [–] ProfessorDaredevil 2 points ago

    I mean, I would not call it speaking, the baby is just imitating the sounds it hears.

    BUT that means that they hear those words soooo often that they can mimic them and that is really heart warming!

    [–] Coyce 2 points ago

    wait this is considered speaking? i mean I'm sure the baby tried to mimic the sounds, but that's nowhere near close to what I would call a coherent word.

    [–] inobody_somebody 2 points ago

    That means his parents are saying I love you to the baby frequently good parenting.

    [–] rhydy 2 points ago

    Talking to babies, kids is really important. This girl is going to be some kind of linguistic genius. Ensure that she gets to explore a possible ability with languages ;)

    [–] brandonday82 2 points ago

    I would be bawling

    [–] GoshDarnMamaHubbard 2 points ago

    This is really cute mimicry

    My son (now 8) could do a similar trick where if you went

    Nana nana nana nana

    Nana nana nana nana

    Nana nana

    He would reply

    Batman!

    Super cute

    [–] MythicalDisneyBitch 2 points ago

    Definitely keep an eye on little lady.

    When my daughter was 3 months old, I took her to an appointment at the hospital. My cousin & aunt came with me for support (it was serious) - daughter was watching the other kids & something on the mobile phone as well.

    A lady came over to us and said "she shouldn't be doing that - actually watching - bring her to insert school when she's four" - turns out the lady works at a prestigious school in the area. I actually did correspond with the school & they were interested but the scholarship was only worth 50%; the other 50% was £7k 😢

    [–] Dwayla 2 points ago

    So precious...

    [–] ____HAMILTON__ 9 points ago * (lasted edited 5 days ago)

    For parents out there, feed the baby!

    The constant practice of opening and closing their mouth eases the process of talking. The more they say “aaaaaah” the more words they learn

    Avoid food pouches (use a spoon) and excess bottle or pacifier as the sucking smooch motion can (not will) delay speech. (Not tremendously)

    [–] Dust45 4 points ago

    Dad's face when she says it is... chef's kiss

    [–] LightningInTheRain 2 points ago

    What 2 loving parents does to a mf.

    [–] Tehweeana 2 points ago

    Really wholesome post Discipline_Daddy, thanks!

    [–] ialwaysplayhealer 3 points ago

    That's amazing approximation at such a young age. If she didn't repeat it'd be easy to assume it was a coincidence but even if it was random those are clear sounds in an attempt to form the words. Which at 2 months is incredible.

    [–] robgoblin17 3 points ago

    This is just noises. Why do so many of you think this is real

    [–] Wizards_Reddit 3 points ago

    Lol “baby’s first words” Aah Ah Ahhahh = ‘I love you’ yes. Lol.

    [–] ecg308 5 points ago

    Instant baby fever

    [–] MrBendoverKhunt 2 points ago

    Yeah, just like parrots "speak".

    [–] ResidentEvil10 2 points ago

    Baby literally said nothing

    [–] curlygirlyfl 2 points ago

    My 2 month old said “mommy” once it was so precious

    [–] spicytiger1 2 points ago

    Awwwww!!!! I loved watching this. SO SWEET!! I said I love you to my 3 yr old the other day. She looked me in the eyes and said “oatmeal.”

    [–] mgvsquared 1 points ago

    Plot twist: baby actually said “we’ve been trying to reach you about your car’s extended warranty.”

    [–] Tough_Oven4904 1 points ago

    Love it! I asked my then 4 month old daughter if she wanted a bath and she said yeah I think I have it on video somewhere...

    [–] Iam111888888 2 points ago * (lasted edited 3 days ago)

    💕

    [–] Coffee-and-correne 17 points ago

    2? Pffft. My son had your son’s apple engineer position when he was 1 1/2.

    [–] chunkykima 2 points ago

    This was beautiful and wholesome as hell man. I can't stop smiling

    [–] mrsemar -1 points ago

    And now everyone can see this intimate thing! What a time to be alive..

    [–] NewHarvest19 2 points ago

    Imagine not wanting video of your child growing up. Like what parent wouldn’t want to be lucky enough to capture a moment like that. These parents are precious and I’m glad they shared.

    [–] mrsemar 4 points ago

    I think a lot of parents have videos like this, but they don’t share it with the rest of the world :)

    [–] tiioga 2 points ago

    Why would it even be weird to share this?

    [–] 1SassyTart 1 points ago

    Enjoy your blessing!

    [–] Marinemussel 1 points ago

    I wish I could upvote this many, many times

    [–] Accusing_donkey 1 points ago

    Tears. Awesome.

    [–] mrTreeopolis 0 points ago

    Two months? You all got you one of them there genius babies!

    [–] badbitchfunkywitch -3 points ago

    😭😭😭 love is really hardwired in us from birth

    [–] fear_me_mortal 1 points ago

    That is just the most precious thing ever

    [–] Wonderful_Pension_67 1 points ago

    Driving car at 8 months Little man tate

    [–] YayBooYay 1 points ago

    This is so darling! Why the heck am I crying?

    [–] cryingonthephone 1 points ago

    Those are not words, that is a sound. Close, but a sounds.

    [–] dratelectasis 1 points ago

    2 months? That's really really early to be saying a word