Baby news News & Gossip Best YouTube pregnancy and baby videos of 2011 At MFM we love a cute baby clip and a good chuckle. We've brought you loads of funny videos through the year but we think these five YouTube offerings are the cream of 2011's crop 1 of Ad break Emerson, the baby with a fear of nose blowingLittle Emerson just can't stop laughing (and neither can we) - once he's got over his fright, that is! This video went down a storm on YouTube as we all fell in love with his shocked expression, followed by adorable giggles. And all his mum did was blow her nose! Watch Emeron's video Nativity angel steals the show...This recent clip had MFM HQ in stitches, as one angel made sure she stood out from the crowd in her Nativity play. Perhaps not something she's going to appreciate going public with in years to come... Watch the Nativity angel video Twin babies' animated discussion in their own secret languageWe always suspected twins had a very secret and special connection. This video was watched many, many times at MFM HQ...and not just by the resident twin mum! Watch the talking twins video Pregnancy...in two minutesThis amazing clip is inspirational - if you've just found out you're pregnant, get a camera at the ready. In this fab YouTube clip, mum-to-be Genevieve Damascus goes from blue line to baby in just two minutes. Watch Genevieve Damascus' two-minute pregnancy video Continue slideshow > Flour babiesUh-oh! Every parent's worst nightmare is caught on film. Mum pops out for a second (she went to the loo) and toddlers Andrew and Jack get to work, covering everything in flour. Watch the flour aftermath video Reckon your kids could beat these guys for laughs? Find out how mums are making money from their YouTube videos. By Kim Hookem Comments Latest on MadeForMums This hero rescue dog just saved a 3-year-old girl's life Dan Osborne hits back after being slammed for giving 2-year-old Ella a bottle The lengths one mum went to for her baby's Take That birth date 30% of breastfeeding mums stop after the first 8 weeks - is this why?