Dad films mom singing “I love you” to tiny baby, both melt at her response.

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Dad films mom singing “I love you” to tiny baby, both melt at her response.

Little Gemma Kate was right on schedule when she began mimicking words. Most babies begin copying their parents’ speech between 12-15 months, often starting with simple sounds and progressing to more complex words.

The baby girl was just 15 months when her dad Dennis captured a particularly sweet moment between her and her mom in 2015.

Mom Michelle crooned “I love you,” in a sing-song fashion to the baby. After a few beats, the baby parroted back the words to her in the uniquely adorable baby talk, ending with a “ooooooh” at the end.

See the sweet moment below, and watch how the camera immortalizes such a wonderful, innocent time in a baby’s development…

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