When you’re around a baby it’s hard not to talk in that weird high-pitched baby voice. The truth is babies are far too cute to talk to in our normal voices, with their big eyes and toothless smiles. Although babies are tiny diaper-wearing humans they are sponges to learning new things.
Babies are little learning machines in a brand new world and at just a few days old babies can begin to grasp certain language processing skills. Even though babies don’t usually speak full words until they’re 10-12 months old, babies’ brains are constantly developing to help them comprehend words and sounds their parents make.
As for this brilliant 4-month-old Judah Jones from Fairmount, West Virginia, he’s already picking up phrases his parents say! We all know cold and flu season is nothing to joke about nowadays because of the coronavirus pandemic. You definitely don’t want to be caught sneezing in public or you’ll be sure to get the death glare from everyone else around you.
But this heart-warming video was taken 5 years ago making Judah really ahead of his time. The viral video was taken by his mother Carly Jones while little Judah was laying on her chest when she captured the most adorable moment.
Judah takes a deep breath and sneezes the cutest baby sneeze you’ve ever seen then immediately after says,
You can hear his mother Carly giggling in the background saying in the most adoring tone of voice,
“That was so cute”
Meet The Jones Family
This video is just too cute to handle and definitely worth the watch. At just 4-months-old Jonah is already speaking a little phrase we’re pretty sure he heard from mom and dad. In just 10 seconds Judah captured the hearts of people all over the world. That precious “Oh No” video was posted by Jonah’s father Gabriel Jones with the most perfect caption:
‘Our cute baby says “oh no” after sneezing. It’s hard not to love this!’
Short, sweet, and to the point, this adorable video now has almost 8 million views on YouTube! There’s no denying that Judah is quite a popular baby. Carly Jones even posted the video on her Facebook page saying,
‘Oh my goodness. My baby is famous.’
Judah became a 4-month-old viral sensation with his incredible manners. Now if only everyone could be as polite as little Judah… The Jones family certainly has a smart cookie in their household. When babies are about 6 months old they usually start baby babbling. Babies will make sounds like “eh” and “dada” to help them formulate words they hear.
But baby Judah is surely an early bloomer. His famous “Oh no” phrase was a total proud parent moment for Carly and Gabriel! Now, 5-year-old Judah is probably reciting his favorite storybooks at this point.
Famous First Words
Judah’s sweet first little saying is one you have to see for yourself. If you need a smile today all you need is this 10-second video to make your day a whole lot brighter.
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