Hide your face behind your hands and then pop out with a surprised expression.
Covering your baby in raspberries is a proven winner – parents swear by it - when it comes to getting a giggle.
Sit face-to-face with your little one and pull off as many crazy expressions as you can to try and earn a laugh.
Babies love children so have an older sibling or a friend's little one, come and entertain your baby. The laughs are sure to follow.
Who can resist giggling when they are being covered in tickles? If bub is too young to appreciate the tickle monster, try the tickles again when they are a little older.
• doesn't seem to see things or isn't interested in what's going on around her
• can't hold her head up by three to four months
• squints a lot after three months
• persistently and excessively cries after three to four months
• doesn't babble by six months
• doesn't reach out and grab things by eight months
• doesn't sit well by 10 months
• doesn't want to bear her own weight by 12 months