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how vocal is your 4 month old?

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teenspirit Sat 04-Oct-08 15:14:00

mine sounds like a dolphin a lot of the time can remember ds doing the same but i don't think this young!

MadameOvary Sat 04-Oct-08 15:17:31

DD started doing this too about that age. She is 27 weeks and now and i call her a "parakeet". Quite an ear-splitting screech too grin

flourybaps Sat 04-Oct-08 15:18:15

yes my dd is 4 months old and makes some quite strange seal like noises, bit frightening at times! ill confess a pfb moment here, i took her to the gp as she was making strange noises, she had a cold at the time, and i thought it was because she was having trouble breathing. The gp said erm.... think she is just talking to you! blush

Overmydeadbody Sat 04-Oct-08 15:18:42

DS was silent at 4 months. Much like he was at 7 months, 12 months, 18 months...

FrockHorror Sat 04-Oct-08 15:20:37

Ds is having a whingy day today, nothing appears to be good enough for him. I've cuddled him, played with him, put him on the floor to roll about, bounced him in his chair, put the TV on blush, had music on, sung to him...

and still he is fussing hmm

FrockHorror Sat 04-Oct-08 15:21:29

Sorry, meant to add he is a noisy baby anyway but today it is whingy noise rather than happy, contented baby noise

meandmyjoe Sat 04-Oct-08 17:43:34

My ds was like this at this age too. He still never stops babbling and shouting all day and he's 13 months! He was very noisy at 4 months, even in the pushchair he cood and sounded just as you describe. Either that or he was cring, never quiet either way!

lizziemun Sat 04-Oct-08 18:49:27

DD1 very quite at 4mths, dd2 at that age if she wasn't screaming (Very demanding) she was singing hmm.

babyOcho Sat 04-Oct-08 18:53:29

DD went through a phase at 4months sounding like Ann from Little Britain.

pudding25 Sun 05-Oct-08 12:41:24

DD is nearly 5mths - I was just thinking that she sounded like Ann from LB too! She especially likes to have a conversation when she has boob in her mouth which can be a bit embarrassing in public!

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