Aren't My Kids Cute?

Okay, I already put this video up on the kid's blog, but damn, isn't this the funniest thing you've heard today?



(Yeah, see, I recorded it with our digital photo camera and didn't know that I couldn't later flip the format, so the baby is a bit sideways. Maybe have a few Yuenglings first and fall over on the soft floor and watch it?)

Little Terzo was laughing at Seconda hitting a mylar balloon, so we've successfully reached the 9-month "Three Stooges" milestone for Sense of Humor Development.

But what's really funny about this video - and my extended family will appreciate this the most - is that I just realized that my nine-month-old baby has the same exact Adzentoivich trademark laugh as my maternal grandmother (God Rest Her Soul) and several of my aunts.

If Terzo's first words are "Oh Yazzus!" or "Sunnabitch!", then I will have confirmed proof of reincarnation.

By the way, I do NOT laugh like my grandmother

Really.

I don't.

I'm the one in the background laughing like Beaky Buzzard.

Ah-hyuh!

14 comments:

kgirl said...

Thank you - that just made my day. Too delicious!

cinnamon gurl said...

Thank you. It does a body good to hear a baby laugh so heartily.

slouching mom said...

Oh God, was that great.

I want another one. Baby, that is.

I think I must listen again.

Chase said...

That's just too cute!! You just can't help but laugh with a laugher like that!

jouette said...

that laughter is contagious~preciousness galore!

wordgirl said...

I love me some deep, hearty baby chuckle. He looks like he's having the time of his life.

anne said...

I can't watch - or listen to - that without getting hysterical.

You should try to download it as your cell phone ring. Somehow.

Pocklock said...

Haha. That is definitely an infectious laugh. I had a long day. I needed that. As usual, Hulushki was the right place to stop for a laugh. Thank you for that!

lildb said...

deeeeeep breath.

*heartfelt sigh*

Mom101 said...

You just reminded me why I'm all pregnant and bloated and miserable right now.

Thanks.

Julie Pippert said...

Okay I totally laughed out loud right along with Young Terzo.

Bon said...

yep, very cute. very very cute, and giggly and wonderful. thanks for that.

i linked over here from NoMo, because of your blog title, which i don't seem to ever have noticed before. halushki, as in the Slovak or Hungarian or generally eastern European delicious heart attack on a plate?

i used to work in Bratislava, and just came back from a brief trip to Prague where i filled my face with goat (sheep?) cheese and bacon on home-squished noodly things and damn, it was good.

anyhoo...thanks for listening to me ramble. will be back. :)

Moobs said...

Aw no - I can't see this video. Durn internet.

Ally said...

Oh man, that is so cute and so hilarious. I couldn't help but laugh along with it myself.

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