06/08/2015 at 11:39
We've just been reading a story about a baby boy who had so much hair, he had to have TWO haircuts before he was even 6 months!
And that's got us thinking about how 'differently hairy' babies are when they're born. (I had one hairy one, one almost completely hairless one and one kind of in the middle.)
So, we're hoping you can tell us how much hair (if any) your baby was born with? And whether they've still got lots of hair/not much hair now?
Please do let us know by adding a post to this thread.
We'd LOVE to see some pics – that really would make our day!
26/09/2015 at 21:31
He was a few days old here 😊
And now he is almost 3 months old 😊
26/09/2015 at 21:39
Ah no pics but both my son and daughter were baldies (no signs of eyelashes or brows either for my daughter!) she was bald for months. Nowadays at 15 and 18 both have an abundance of long, thick, curly hair! Wondering what no.3 will be like
27/09/2015 at 11:27
This is a photo ( of the photo) of our daughter at a few days old, she was a bit red due to congestion from a super fast delivery but was born with a mop of dark hair ! She is now 7 and had the thickest blonde hair in the family lol
All our are born blessed with a head of hair but she wins the prize for the thickest! ( must have been the heartburn lol)
06/10/2015 at 21:28
Sorry no pics yet but my daughter was born with lots of thick dark hair but she is now 5 and a half months and her hair has really thinned out and gone blonde!
07/10/2015 at 17:15
My first was very hairy and still is lol
My second was a baldy but at 16 months finally has a head full of lovely blonde hair lol
25/11/2015 at 23:43
My lo was hairy even had hair on her ears which has still not disappeared and she is 16wks i had no heartburn and she was a week early.
26/11/2015 at 07:16
my son was born with lots of thick dark hair but she is now 8 months and his hair has really thinned .... have not pic yet ....
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