Does Your Lo Do This

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drea - February 22

as of the last few weeks my dd has become very vocal. She screetches, sqeals, gurgles and makes all funny noises (its so cute), but I notice that right before she is going to blurt out some type of sound she starts panting. She also does this when she gets excited like when she sees her favorite toy or something. She just starts breathing really fast, but not in a discomfort kind of way. I do notice a lot of the time she is doing this (not while sleeping or eating) Is this normal? We have our 5 mos check up on Tuesday so I will definelty mention it to the doctor. Do you think it could be something wrong?

 

Steph - February 22

Trev does that all the time! If he sees something that he wants and I'm in the process of handing it to him...he opens his mouth in a semi smile, his eyes get big and happy and he pants away! I love it!! I think it's totally normal...just their way of showing that they are excited!

 

drea - February 22

thanks Steph, my new mom paranoia has kicked in lately.

 

dee23 - February 22

ds has started that lately too, though he is 7 months. its super cute isnt it!

 

Smilefull - February 22

totally normal they just get excited so they pant..

 

melissa g. - February 22

my dd did that starting at that age! when she got excited -- it was sooo cute!

 

mandee25 - February 23

My ds is 13 weeks and when he's exciting about something or on his changing table he starts panting. It's so cute! I think it must be normal. I have a vocal baby too, has been from very early on, especially with the squeals. I love it.

 

nickie13 - February 23

everything is normal, my baby girl she pants alot when i change her and she very load too, she started that at 3 months and shes 4 months it seems shes getting louder

 

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