"I know from experience that dancing always gets the children laughing. Especially when you do a funny dance in front of your baby, they try to imitate it and it is so cute. By the end, both Mommy and Baby or Daddy and Baby or everyone is laughing."—Patrice
"My 6-month-old loves being tickled. I will take a deep breath in and he starts laughing so hard I haven't even tickled him yet, but he knows it's coming. We all laugh so hard we actually have to stop for a breather."—Tiffany L.
"When my first son was about 7 months old, he thought that aluminum foil was the funniest thing ever! We would cover the broiler pan with foil and flash it at him then hide it. He would giggle and laugh so hard!"—Joy M.
"The quickest way to make my 7-month-old son laugh is by giving him a shoulder/back massage. The minute I start rubbing his shoulders, and moving my thumbs down his back, he curls up and makes the weirdest laughing noises ever!"—Veronica M.
"I sit right beside my 9-month-old and pretend I can't see her. I say, 'Now where's Emmy? I can't find her!' and be very dramatic about looking for her, never making eye contact. It cracks her up."—Debra
"A sure way to make a baby laugh is by pretending that your leg is a horse, then act as if you're tired, and just when the baby thinks you're finished bouncing, start up bouncing again really fast!"—Latotsha L.
"When my 11-month-old is crawling around, I'll get on my hands and knees and say, 'Mommy's gonna get the baby!' as I crawl toward her really fast. She hurries and crawls away, but always lets me catch her. She giggles so much it makes me laugh."—Jennifer
"My son likes it when I put his pacifier in my mouth backwards and he tries to get it with his mouth. We bump noses and he thinks it's just hilarious. Another way is to shake my ponytail from side to side."—Christy