Blabbering Baby Keeps Complaining About Dada And Has Mom In Stitches (video)

Updated February 3, 2018

Even though the child in this video may be an infant, it is important for both parents to show the baby consistent love and attention. Parents who shower their baby with love and affection see that child grow faster (at least psychologically). They’re often more confident than their peers and even more intelligent. A little self-esteem goes a long way a little one.

The baby in this video has no shortage of self-esteem. As you will see, the child has no qualms about airing his grievances about how dada has wronged her.

While dada and mama are some of the most popular words that babies use when they first start babbling, this baby has no shortage of complaints to level against his father.

While we don’t know what dada could have possibly done to confound this little boy and irritate him so, the child is probably not happy with his father’s behavior.

Maybe dada overslept and forgot to feed the baby. Or maybe he left the child in his stinky diaper an hour too long. Whatever dada did, he is in trouble, and if mama finds out, he’ll probably be sleeping on the couch – or on the floor of the baby’s room.

Most people agree that this baby is utterly cute. Because he is babbling about the grievances that his father has caused him, this baby boy keeps going and going about the man who has made his life difficult.

People shared their thoughts on MetaSpoon.com.

Viewers responded aptly with “Cute” and “Adorable.”

Another person wrote:

“reminds me of when my friend’s baby would babble like that, and my friend would say, ‘Oh, look she’s saying nice to see you.’ My friend was actually serious. I found it so funny. Typical mother. Gotta love them!”

On the What To Expect website, this stage of a baby’s development is called babbling. The child strings together random sounds, and while things might sound like real words, it takes the child a while to make a mental connection between the sounds and their meanings.

According to the site, “Many babies start to babble between 4 and 6 months and continue to develop their repertoire of consonant-vowel combination sounds for many months to follow. Here’s a look at roughly what to expect when — although your baby’s vocalization timeline may vary.”

While the babbling might seem important, it does not start to mean anything until the child is between eight and 18 months.

But eager parents can help their children learn to speak faster. The more parents talk to their babies and interact with them, the faster they will learn to make connections between words and their meanings.

Repetition is essential.

As What To Expect writes, “If you hear him imitating a sound that you make, say it again — and again. Repetition may seem simple and silly to you, but it’s really exciting for your baby: It encourages his vocalization practice while also teaching him that sounds aren’t just fun to make, they’re also ways to communicate.”

This video will make you smile. Watch it today!