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    Quote Originally Posted by Lemonhead View Post
    Who's baby would even keep this on their head anyway??

    I put a hat on Isaac and he pulls it off, eats it and then vomits on it.
    Maybe a wig instead of a beanie during winter....

    Wigs are pretty warm...

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    Thats wrong on so many levels. I could imagine those crazy american pagent mums buying them....

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    Surely it'd p*ss them off and they'd just tear the damn thing off all day? I mean, you can hardly keep a hair clip in a baby's hair... let alone a whole freaking wig! Wouldn't it be itchy as well?

    I dunno, looks pretty dumb to me... like something only a crazy superficial parent would pop on their baby, but a kid with a parent like that is likely to grow up effed up regardless of whether they wore a wig as a tot or not.

    And really... who cares if people think your baby is a boy or not? You can put them in pink clothes, wrap them in a pink blanket, and some people will still think your baby is a boy. Some people are just not very observant, and I doubt a patch of fake hair is going to change that.

    And what... do they think boys are unable to grow hair like that? lol.

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    You what now

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    Urgh thats so wrong on so many levels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lemonhead View Post
    They're creepy! Ugh.

    I would love a bald baby, both of mine were hairy little monkeys they had hair everywhere. Forehead, lower back, ears . My friend has a bald bub and I am constantly rubbing her head haha.


    my dd3 was very similar.. hairy back n shoulders.. and forehead. gosh she was so cute!!!

    the wigs are just plain freaky.

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    Naa.
    Did you just buy the business?

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    How weird!! I remember when l was a kid used to wear a tea towel on my head and pretend I had long hair, as my mum kept my hair short but wigs for babies...that's just strange. Both of my girls were little baldies lol. I am 33 weeks along with my 3rd girl and I couldn't care less if she is another baldy lol.

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    Honestly nothing surprises me anymore but this is just stupid.

    So much focus on looks all the time. Babies are beautiful and perfect just the way they are born, leave them be!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hulahoop View Post
    Naa.
    Did you just buy the business?
    It's a very odd first post.


 

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