You can make humor part of almost any daily activity you do with your child, whether it's taking a bath, eating lunch, or driving the car, according to Louis Franzini, PhD, author of Kids Who Laugh: How to Develop Your Child's Sense of Humor (Square One Publishers, 2001). Here are a few great ways to get the giggles together:
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