Why do babies stare at me
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Babies prefer to gaze upon beautiful faces
We can all agree that babies are cute as hell, right? Just totes adorable. As it turns out, though, there's a reason why babies keep staring at you and it's not because they just haven't learned basic manners yet. The reason they're looking at you is because of how beautiful you are, believe it or not which is making life a lot more awkward for everyone tends to make babies cry whenever they hold them. Keep reading to find out why babies stare at you because you're beautiful. Do you think this study is a bit of a stretch? Let us know in the comments!
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Whether you're currently the recipient of your own baby's sweet smiles or you just seem to be a magnet for baby grins in general, you might find yourself wondering why babies are always smiling at you. Sure, you could be a 'smile whisperer' but science has another explanation for this adorable phenomenon. Babies are surprisingly skilled at busting out a smile at just the right time, and actually have a pretty cool reason for doing so. A study conducted by the University of California, San Diego, and published in the medical journal PLOS One, looked at why babies, ages 4 to 17 weeks, smile when they do and what the purpose of those smiles are. The findings are fascinating: Infants smile to make their caretakers smile.
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