I do medical examinations for one month baby
every Thursday in my hospital.
I ordinarily ask routine questions like ,
"Is your baby surprised when she hears something?"
I ask this so that I know the baby's hearing ability.
The baby's mother answered, "Yes, she is."
"Does she frown at a glaring light?"
This question is to know the baby's vision ability.
"Yes, she does."
"Well, dose she smile by herself?", I asked.
This question is important because
I can get information about the nerves.
The mother answered, "Yeeees, her smile is so lovely!"
I had never heard such a lovely reply since I became a pediatrician.
I hadn't paid any attention as to whether a baby's smile
was lovely or not because it was a method
for doctors to determine a nervous disorder or a disease.
My smile must have been lovely at that time although I said nothing.
My original Japanese entry
Thanks to jzzop and fpwriter92 for correction my English.