| By Tracey Capen |
One of the joys of interacting with babies is their complete lack of guile. Whatever they experience and feel — hunger, happiness, fear — is immediately and honestly reflected in their facial expressions.
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Sometimes, their reactions to something new can be quite entertaining — to us. Take, for example, an infant’s first encounter with a lemon; it could be the first time she discovers that everything is not so sweet. Play the video
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