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11-Month-Old Can't Stop Giggling at Rock Star Dad Trying To Beatbox in Sweet Video


A baby’s giggle is contagious, just one of the many reasons why babies are so fun to love.

Hearing that genuine belly laugh is enough to turn the grumpiest of moments around and possibly initiate a case of baby fever (viewers, be warned).

Actor and musician Jason Manns is balancing life as a traveling artist, husband and father.

Manns is a gifted musician, and is currently enjoying a steady stream of work as a singer, songwriter and producer, going back and forth between Los Angeles, Europe, and his family’s home in Bowling Green, Virginia.

Manns works hard when he is on tour, and when he comes home, there is nothing sweeter than spending time with his wife, Krista Manns, and their children.

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Manns has a son who is just around a year old who cannot seem to get enough of his dad.

On numerous occasions, Manns has posted videos of his baby boy laughing with all his heart and soul at his father’s silly antics.

On Feb. 25, Manns shared a video of his baby boy, 11 months old at the time, laughing hysterically at his dad’s mouth percussion.

“My 11 month old son challenged me to a beatbox battle,” Manns wrote on Instagram. “He’s been working on his skills while I was on tour.”

“His lack of teeth gives him an unfair advantage.”

Mann’s son adorably tried to imitate his dad’s noises, but mostly ended up inadvertently spraying baby spit onto his dad’s face.

Each time Manns started up again, the baby would let out a long, loud, contagious laugh.

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On March 3, Manns posted another video of his son’s sweet laughter, this time in response to Manns’ pretend sneezes.


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Let’s be honest. Sneezes are funny. #babylaugh #baby #babygiggles

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“Let’s be honest. Sneezes are funny,” the artist wrote.

Thousands of fans agree with Manns, as the videos have been watched more than 100 thousand times combined.

Manns may not be able to see his kids every day, but it seems that when he is home, he is making the most of the time.

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A graduate of Grand Canyon University, Kim Davis has been writing for The Western Journal since 2015, focusing on lifestyle stories.
Kim Davis began writing for The Western Journal in 2015. Her primary topics cover family, faith, and women. She has experience as a copy editor for the online publication Thoughtful Women. Kim worked as an arts administrator for The Phoenix Symphony, writing music education curriculum and leading community engagement programs throughout the region. She holds a degree in music education from Grand Canyon University with a minor in eating tacos.
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