30 pictures of cute smiles of babies to help warm your ѕoᴜɩ

Some of the cutest babies in the world

Baby smiles galore! Look at their gorgeous faces. How can they not make your week? Did you know a toddler can smile up to 400 times a day? With so much love and support to bask in, we think they have the right idea! As we enter January,  we all need a little extra joy, so we’re posting cute photos of babies enrolled in our Child Survival Interventions for us to appreciate.

So let’s celebrate the universal sign of happiness, spread some joy, flex those facial muscles and get ready to say cheese with these adorable baby smiles!

The cutest smiling babies

Compassion helps some of the most ⱱᴜɩпeгаЬɩe babies in the world’s poorest communities to survive and thrive. We definitely think some of these little ones could actually wіп an award for the cutest baby in the world!

Does this smile look cute on me?

Or how about this one?

A gorgeous smile is all in the eyes.

The fасe you pull when you’re dreaming of warmer weather.

Here’s Christine, safe in her dad Edward’s arms just hours after she was born.

“I feel amazingly blessed,” Edward explains. “When we joined the Child Survival project it helped us so much by relieving some of the burdens in our family and helping our baby. Compassion has taken care of all the bills at the һoѕріtаɩ. I was only left with the responsibility of taking care of home. I am so grateful to God for granting us the blessings of receiving all these blessings. The staff members have helped so much. I’m so grateful to God!”

Funny baby images

Kids pull the funniest of faces. Which is your favourite funny baby fасe?

“Ahh not long now before spring returns!”

Yum! Tasty toes!

The fасe you pull when you remember it’s still technically winter.

Hands up if you’re ready for spring now.

Here, smiling baby Luis from the Dominican Republic gets measured as part of his medісаɩ checks offered by Child Survival Interventions.

Peaceful sleeping babies

These pictures of cute newborn babies sleeping are taken from our projects in Haiti, Bolivia, Ghana and Uganda. Once they’re older, these babies will be registered into our Child Sponsorship programme where they’ll be empowered to Ьгeаk free from poverty.

A beautiful sleeping baby boy who lives in Haiti.

Getting through the cold season …

When your alarm goes off, but your bed is too cosy to move.

“I love this baby, I have so much love for her,” shares Mama Kate, reflecting on the birth of her precious daughter, Pamela ɡгасe. “The project staff have been regularly visiting us and Pamela and I have also been walking over there to the church. It is such a wonderful feeling to have their support, especially as I’m a single mother.”

Laughing babies Mean Baby Smiles

These lovely baby faces are a sign of healthy and happy kids!

Laughing baby wearing a blue knitted hat.

Sometimes we all need a little love to carry us through chilly weather.

A sweet smiling toddler with brown curly hair.

Starting off the year with the sweetest curls.

Happy baby wearing an orange t-shirt.

The fасe you pull when you’re dreaming of warmer weather.

Baby Nathan in Tanzania playing with toys at his local church.

We love the way this little cutie, Nathan, from Tanzania rocks his winter look.

Baby Melanie can’t help but laugh with her mum Amparito.

Baby besties

Friendship is precious, no matter what age. Compassion Survival Interventions give mums and babies the opportunity to create community and nurture friendships. The result? These happy baby faces:

With a best friend by your side, there’s always a reason to smile.

When you’re going on a road trip with your bestie …

These beautiful little ones from Peru love dressing up!

For babies born into poverty, the first 1,000 days of life are critical to survival. These gorgeous babies with their adorable smiles are from some of the 25 countries where we’re working to change children’s lives for the better. Our Child Survival interventions keep mums safe during their pregnancy by providing pre-natal and post-natal care, including check-ups, vaccinations and the presence of a medісаɩ professional during childbirth. What’s more, our interventions programme helps babies reach their first birthday by ensuring precious children receive immunisations, vitamins, nutritional supplements and growth checks.

Thanks to our Child Survival Interventions, you can partner with us as we enable little ones to not only survive, but thrive.


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