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    Does anyone else's baby squeak?
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    flutefemme posted:
    My DD is 7 weeks old. Ever since she was born, she squeaks. Not really in any particular situation or for any particular reason. It is actually rather amusing, and it doesn't seem to be a distressing noise...she'll do it after she eats, when she stretches, and when someone picks her up...things like that. Anyone else experience this? Is it a common thing?
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    atti_editor responded:
    Hi flutefemme,

    As this piece says, babies make a range of noises from squeaking to grunting to squealing and even growling. As long as your daughter doesn't sound distressed and isn't showing signs of discomfort, I don't think this is anything to worry about.

    Best wishes,
    Atti


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