Baby Gets Emotional After Hearing Mother's Voice For The First Time

October 19, 2017

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This is a short and sweet video of a baby hearing her mother's voice for the first time after receiving hearing aids to help combat her bilateral profound congenital hearing loss. It looks and sounds like they both get a little emotional. And, judging from all the sobbing I hear around me, I'm guessing so did everyone in the office I sent this to. You know, I still remember the first time I heard my mothers's voice. She was yelling at me from the bottom of the stairs to clean my room. "That was this morning." I have a bad memory.

Keep going for the video.

Thanks to Terri G, who was born being able to hold her head up on her own. Such a prodigy!

  • Hazakabammer

    Hurray for birth defects. Right guys? Let's keep it alive and allow the parents to keep procreating so they can make more defective little mutants.

    It's cool, we can just stick something in it's ear to make it better again, then when it's kids are also fucked we'll do it again, and again, and again. Let's never actually admit the real problem here is genetic because that implies some people are superior and some are inferior, which cannot be allowed because muh equality.

    One day we'll all be deaf, sightless little down-syndrome goblins, screaming at each other (we'll have lost our language ability) whilst chewing on a mouth full of our own shit and writhing on the ground because our scoliosis and muscular dystrophy prevents our dwarf bodies from walking anywhere. It's cool, we can fix it with wheelchairs and shit, sounds great. Utopia, here we come.

  • Bling Nye

    Hope you've been saving all your sperms so we can finally have a human race worth something with your clear genetic superiority! LOL!! Oh wait, I'm pretty sure no woman would want fuckall to do with you, amiright?!

  • Hazakabammer

    You're projecting again.

  • Ollie Williams

    We'll destroy ourselves far sooner than we'd genetically degrade ourselves as a species to the point you're saying. Hell, I'm surprised we've last this long without an all out M.A.D. scenario.

  • Hazakabammer

    I think you're missing the point that this shit isn't new, it's been happening for a long time. We're hitting this saturation level now where disabilities are pretty common. I went out for lunch the other day and had this Retard moaning the next table over, I had to leave early because this Retard was spilling his pasta noodles all over the table, it was disgusting to see. They shouldn't be alive- we need to bring back eugenics and stop this shit now before it becomes irreversible.

  • Deplorable Erik Dee

    Well this daddy just teared up a bit. :-)

  • KingCraigers

    omg! Clean out his eye for gods sake!

  • The_Wretched

    Boston Dynamic's new human skin coated robots are looking very realistic.

  • Monte Pair Jones

    One of the sweetest things I have ever seen is this little video. Thanks for posting and thanks for the technology that made it possible for this precious little one to her.

  • Bubbubsky

    Goddammit. Well, there goes my man card for the evening.

  • Bling Nye

    Real men can express emotion and cry, and still be real men. FYI.

  • GeneralDisorder

    I think he's saying that he had so much emotion he grew a vagina and ovaries and now wants to get pregnant. I'd volunteer but I've been there before. Being a parent is hard.

  • Jason Christopher

    Y'all are really out to make me cry this week, aren't you?

  • TheQiwiMan

    What a beautiful perfect little angel! I love babehs!

  • Ollie Williams

    Agreed. Slow smoked with a nice vinegar based BBQ sauce for 14 hours, and you've got yourself a fine dinner.

  • Captain Matticus, LP Inc.
  • Meh

    Cute! My co-worker got a child today, lets hope she won't be deaf.

  • TheQiwiMan

    Why would your co-worker suddenly get deaf?

  • Meh

    The baby obviously.

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