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What's your baby really thinking?

By Daphne Sashin, CNN
updated 12:02 PM EST, Fri February 14, 2014
Adelaide Antoinette James, 5 months, shows her serious side before going out for a stroll. Adelaide Antoinette James, 5 months, shows her serious side before going out for a stroll.
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Inside the minds of babes
"Eat your peas! They aren't as bad as they say."
"Kathy Griffin! Stop picking on Anderson!"
Too many thoughts to count
"Don't let it be more squash ..."
"Be afraid. Be very afraid."
"What?! You want me to work overtime?!"
"Don't leave me hangin'!"
"Push-ups are harder than I thought."
"Just like Mommy"
"I don't know what's happening ..."
"How about some greens for lunch?"
"I'm out of gas!"
"Are my legs made of rubber?"
"Who is that beautiful girl?"
"I didn't do it ..."
"They think I'm a celebrity!"
"Wow, my day was exhausting!"
"I don't know why that's so funny ... It just is!"
"Bows are NOT my thing, mom!"
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STORY HIGHLIGHTS

Tune in to AC360° Wednesday, Thursday and Friday night at 8 p.m. for a three-part series, "Baby Brains: What Are They Really Thinking?"

Anderson Cooper digs deeper into the subject in a Google+ Hangout with CNN Digital Correspondent Kelly Wallace along with Paul Bloom author of "Just Babies: The Origins of Good and Evil." Click here to watch.

(CNN) -- Dawn Soto often looks at her toddler's expressive face and tries to decipher his inner monologue. She wonders, "What goes through their little minds with all these new experiences?"

Any parent of a young child imagines what their baby is thinking about. Recently, Anderson Cooper traveled to the Infant Cognition Center at Yale University where he watched babies take part in a series of tests aimed at answering the question: "Are we born knowing right from wrong?" He explores that question and other aspects of babies' inner thoughts in a three-part special this week on baby brains.

In that spirit, iReport invited parents to share photos of their babies and guess what they were thinking at that moment.

Scroll through the gallery and share your own.

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