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    My 7 month old screams alot
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    orphanannie550 posted:
    I was wondering if it is normal for my baby to scream alot? It not because of pain or dicomfort. She generally does it while playing or in car seat at the store. I think it may beacuse of boredom or she simply likes the sound of her own voice. Any advice or suggestions?
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    sliverfroggy responded:
    I believe she likes the sound of her voice and trying to figure out what to do with it. Both my 2 year old and now 8 month old have done this. Right now my 8 month old DD is always raising her voice and screaming. She thinks it is funny. So, I think nothing to worry about she is just having fun
     
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    orphanannie550 replied to sliverfroggy's response:
    Thank you


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