Newborn’s ‘poopy concentration face’ cracks up big brother in hilarious TikTok

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Younger siblings tend to be good for one thing: providing older siblings with an endless well of hilarious fodder.

This big bro couldn’t stop cracking up after his baby brother started making funny faces at him. TikTok mom @maplerubenoliver shared footage of the toddler’s giggle fit, and it’s easy to see why — the boy’s laughter is contagious.

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“Newborns’ expressions are the best,” the caption said.

The newborn was on the couch with his older brother. The baby suddenly became hyperfocused. He looked almost cross-eyed with his lips pursed.

“Mommy! Look!” the older brother said, laughing hysterically.

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“What’s he doing with his face?” the mom replied, giggling.

Eventually, the infant’s face relaxed. The mom explained that this was the baby’s “concentration poopy face” in a follow-up video.

The hilarious clip received 11.4 million views and 1.2 million likes on TikTok.

“The baby still looks in shock from entering the earth so cute,” a user wrote.

“That’s the poop face,” another said.

“Honestly thought he was a doll to start with!” a person commented.

“Love a good cross-eyed newborn. It TERRIFIED ME with my first,” someone added.

“I didn’t think he was real until the older brother touched him! LOL,” a TikToker replied.

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