Some studies of child development suggest that a sense of humor is learned; others suggest that it’s inherited. It actually may be a combination of the two.
Anything that disrupts a pattern or expectation is funny to a toddler. Try putting something where it doesn’t belong—a shoe on your head, for example—and watch the giggles explode.
A gentle tweak of the nose means you—or your child—have “captured” someone else’s nose. Hold the “nose” in your closed fist. This is a great exercise in make-believe and humor.
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