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And Now, Deep Thoughts . . . with these Babies (PHOTOS)

Deep thoughts

Deep swing thoughts

They might not be able to speak (at least using words we understand), but that doesn’t mean our babies aren’t full of profound ideas.

Some of the world’s great thinkers were babies at one time. Wait. All of them were, actually.

Are the future Aristotles, Platos, Kants, Nietzsches, Lockes, Socrates, Humes and Spinozas crawling around in cribs and sand boxes as we speak? Could be.

Take a look:


  • Subterranean 1 of 15
    Subterranean
    Deep bath thoughts
  • Enlightened 2 of 15
    Enlightened
    Deep (and big, high) hair thoughts
    Photo credit: Casey Mullins
  • Bottomless 3 of 15
    Bottomless
    Deep swing thoughts
  • Profound 4 of 15
    Profound
    Deep "do you hear what I hear" thoughts
  • Immersed 5 of 15
    Immersed
    Deep deck thoughts
    Photo credit: Erica Christie
  • Submerged 6 of 15
    Submerged
    Deep chin thoughts
    Photo credit: iStock
  • Philosophical 7 of 15
    Philosophical
    Deep nature thoughts
  • Low 8 of 15
    Low
    Deep sucking thoughts
    Photo credit: iStock
  • Immeasurable 9 of 15
    Immeasurable
    Deep crib thoughts
  • Fathomless 10 of 15
    Fathomless
    Deep finger thoughts
  • Distant 11 of 15
    Distant
    Deep hoodie thoughts
    Photo credit: iStock
  • Subaqueous 12 of 15
    Subaqueous
    Deep rubber ducky thoughts
  • Cavernous 13 of 15
    Cavernous
    Deep sister thoughts. That's really deep.
  • Resonant 14 of 15
    Resonant
    Deep soft carpet thoughts
  • Esoteric 15 of 15
    Esoteric
    Deep sleepy thoughts
    Photo credit: iStock

Photo credits (except where noted): Meredith Carroll

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