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Its strange to think that no matter what country/time period a child is born in, they all cry the same way, amirite?

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Actually, it's been found that a baby's cry often reflects the language his or her parents speak. It may not be as drastic as "le weep, les sob", but there are discernable differences in intonation and various patterns

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@Actually, it's been found that a baby's cry often reflects the language his or her parents speak. It may not be as...

I lol'd at the "le weep, les sob" XD But it's true. Babies do cry with an "accent"

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@Actually, it's been found that a baby's cry often reflects the language his or her parents speak. It may not be as...

I read this in a baby fact book in Books-a-million. Apparently babies also establish their native language in the first 2 days of life so if you talked to your baby in say Russian at first then for awhile it would think that's its language.

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Even babies from other species are pretty much the same

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Wow thats pretty cool. Thanks guys!

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Babies actually produce the sounds of all languages until they're 10 months. so even if you can't roll your tongue now or do those french vowels, you could when you were a baby. fun fact.

This is mad deep, Bro. We all start off the same...

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Cool story, bro.

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Nah, too unoriginal for me.

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