Newborn Baby Boy Smiles And Hiccups And Squints All During Naptime

May 16, 2018
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Babies are adorable to watch no matter what they do! Even when it seems that they are doing nothing, there will be some fantastic moment to witness. Just like in this video!

Babies are the sweetest beings in the world, and this newborn baby boy is no different. He is so cute and adorable even when he is just sleeping. So, if you are a baby person, this video is a real treat for you.

This cute baby boy smiles, hiccups and makes funny faces while he sleeps. It looks like he is dreaming of something fascinating and entertaining. But when he wakes up, he seems startled like he just landed here from another planet! LOL! Just look at that puzzled face! It must be so confusing for a baby when dreams and reality collide, but luckily that doesn’t last too long. As soon as they hear a familiar voice, they know they are safe again.

But, what do babies dream about? Well, apparently, about NOTHING! According to scientists, babies don’t dream. Awww… but they look so peaceful and happy while they sleep? How is it possible they don’t dream of rainbows, unicorns, and other baby stuff? Babies do sleep, but instead of dreaming, their brain develops. Humans start dreaming later in childhood, so this smiley baby dream of nothing.

I refuse to believe this! This baby boy looks like he’s dreaming the most wonderful dreams! Scientists can be wrong at times, right? Or maybe his smile is just a consequence of hiccups? Who knows… Babies are so hard to figure out, but nevertheless, I can’t get enough of them! Luckily, in the AFV world, we don’t lack babies’ videos.

Do you have a heart-melting moment caught on tape? We’d love to see it! Upload your funny videos HERE! But first, don’t forget to watch the amazing video below!

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