New noise....not sure what it means

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  1. vanessa

    vanessa Well-Known Member

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    May has developed a new noise this week....

    Its like a back of the throat grizzly noise and she does it ALL THE TIME!!

    Its driving me mad....I cant work out if she's grumpy or just showing off a new noise she has discovered....it sounds like it would really hurt her throat! Anyone else had this??

    She has also learnt to blow raspberries - not so cute when she does it as I am feeding her baby porridge!
     
  2. Naya69

    Naya69 Well-Known Member

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    my friends baby does this i think she does it for attension is quite cute. and my little boy is always blowin rasperries at one point it was all he would do quite annoyin as he would dribble everywhere lol x
     
  3. taperjeangirl

    taperjeangirl Well-Known Member

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    LOL she is just a growler! Daisy is exactly the same, she has done it since she was tiny (in her sleep too!)
     
  4. Tiff

    Tiff LIKE A BOSS

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    Ahhh our little girls share more than just a birthday! :rofl:

    I think it's them trying to test out their vocal cords. I know what you mean though, it's not the nicest of sounds!
     
  5. vanessa

    vanessa Well-Known Member

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    She didn't do it once today....here's hoping she's forgotten how!
     
  6. xXDonnaXx

    xXDonnaXx Well-Known Member

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    Lexie started doing this last week, along with putting her mouth like an O shape and going " Oh Oh Oo, Aah Oo " ha ha. It's soo cute. x
     

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