Heartwarming moment baby with hearing difficulties can’t stop smiling when he hears his mum’s voice for the first time

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THIS is the moving moment a baby with hearing difficulties hears his mum’s voice for the first time – and he can’t stop smiling.

Little Owen, from Cleveland, Ohio, was filmed grinning from ear to ear as his hearing aids were switched on.

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The heartwarming footage was shared after his mum says “hello Owen” and the little boy beams.

Wearing a dark denim top with green-checked sleeves, Owen wriggles around as he looks on adoringly at his emotional mother while his dad looks on.

The proud parents can be heard sobbing with happiness, while Owen’s father jokes: “Daddy’s a softie”.

He adds: “We love you”.

Owen was born with mild-moderate hearing loss, which left him needing hearing aids.

In footage filmed by his dad, the toddler’s expressions melt your heart as he looks visibly shocked when he hears sounds for the first time.

His hearing aids were fitted at home in the US.

 Little Owen looked shocked as he heard noises for the very first time

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Little Owen looked shocked as he heard noises for the very first time
 His mum sobbed as she cradled the little boy in her arms as he got used to the sounds surrounding him

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His mum sobbed as she cradled the little boy in her arms as he got used to the sounds surrounding him
 The toddler was born with mild-moderate hearing loss

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The toddler was born with mild-moderate hearing loss

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