One Cute Baby Thing: The New Panda’s Squeaky Cries

Every mother has experienced this same thing — leave your new baby alone for an instant and they go bananas!  Watch this video, and check out the baby Panda that was born a week ago at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C.  The mom, Mei Xiang, gets up and walks out for a minute to get some water leaving her baby behind, and the little one does not like it one bit.  But all is well when Mom returns and scoops up and cuddles her little one.  As the Zoo’s panda experts explain, this is all typical behavior for panda moms and babies.  But oh can we relate!  If you too, have Pandamania, check them out live on the Panda Cam here and/or sign up for the Zoo’s Panda bulletin hereDay 8’s video is super cute too!

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