Deaf baby hears his mother for the first time

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PERTH, Australia — A baby who was born deaf had an adorable reaction when he heard his mother’s voice for the first time.

After more than a dozen appointments, three-month-old Jordan Blair had his hearing aids fitted on Wednesday, Yahoo! News reports.

The video of baby Jordan’s first hearing experience was captured on his mother’s Facebook page and has since gone viral.

“Normally, he’s hard to put down, I don’t know if it had anything to do with him not being able to see or hear us. But now, when I put him down in the bouncer or in bed, he’s fine and looking around and making noises,” Mrs. Blair said, according to Yahoo! News.

In the video below, baby Jordan laughs when he hears the rattle for the first time:

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