There’s nothing quite like experiencing something new for the first time, such as a sour lemon or freshly-fallen snow. Kids are perfect candidates for these experiences, as they are unseasoned, unworldly, and often unaware of the curveballs life can throw at them. Let’s take a look at some tiny humans taking a stab at new things, some of which they’d most certainly like to forget.

1. First time injecting 39 grams of sugar into your bloodstream:

baby drinking GIF

2. First time realizing that twins are a thing that exist:

3. First time harnessing control of your eyebrows:

4. First time trying wasabi. Sorry, Rosie:

5. First time meeting the apple of your eye:

6. First time smelling a pair of feet:


7. First time seeing Christmas lights at Costco:

8. First time enjoying(?) fireworks:

A baby sees fireworks for the first time.

9. First time seeing Mom and Dad clearly:

10. First time hearing Mommy’s voice:

11. First time meeting a stranger:

baby what GIF

12. First time trying a lemon:

13. First time at a baseball game:

baby omg GIF

14. First time meeting your evil clone:

baby mirror GIF

15. First time seeing your shadow:

scared baby GIF

16. First time feeling the wind in your hair:

americas funniest home videos GIF by AFV Babies

17. First time eating a dandelion:

dandelion GIF by AFV Babies

Never stop experiencing, kids.

About the author

Joe Ibraham

Joe Ibraham

Joe Ibraham is the Art Director at the Toy Insider, the Toy Book, and the Pop Insider. He creates all graphic content for the Toy Insider, the Pop Insider, and the Toy Book social channels, including promos and stagnant graphics, as well as all signage, programming, and media graphics for various networking events. Joe shoots, edits, and manages all YouTube content for the Toy Insider and Pop Insider brand, including Play by Play videos, event videos, and other promotional videos. When he's not in the office, you can find Joe in the gym or hanging with his friends and family. He loves music, basketball, and art in a variety of forms. He STILL wonders why Drake and Josh is not available on Netflix.