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    DD was born with jet black hair. Now at 4 she has brown hair that had blonde highlights all through it. The front seems to be getting blonder (although that probably from the beach)

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    DS1 was born with dark hair,fell out with cradle cap,grew back and it lighten up heaps but started to turn dark brown after his first haircut!
    DS2 was born with light brown hair,then it all fell out with cradle cap grew back light blonde.He still hasnt had a haircut,its soooo long now but I want it to stay blonde!

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    DD was born with a mop of black hair. Lost it all by 6 months and now had blonde curls


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    My DD was born with thick spiky black straight hair, by 1 it had mostly fallen out and her hair is now a golden brown and spiral curls! Thankfully she got my curly hair, cos every single other thing she took from her Dad!


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    My ds had dark brown hair and it gradually all fell out by 4 - 5 months and was replaced by light blond hair and he's still blond at age 5. My dd has the same dark brown hair that our ds had and it's gradually decreasing and I'm eagerly waiting to see what her 'real' hair colour will be. My guess is that I'll know by about age 6 months.

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    I was born with black hair, it gradually changed to blonde, then as I got older it turned mousey, now it's blonde again (because I bleach it!!)

    DS was born with strawberry blonde hair (almost red) it gradually went to white blonde, now he's 2 it's slowly getting darker & will probably end up mousey like mine.

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    DD was born with dark, almost black hair, and there was lots of it. She now has really blonde hair, and there is still lots of it. Her hair is amazing...

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    DS1's colour has stayed relatively the same, he was born with almost black hair, it has lightened a little bit, but is still a very dark brown.

    DS2 was born with black hair, then it went a real light blonde when he was around 6months. He's now 2 and his hair is a dark blonde, but it is getting darker by the day, I am pretty sure he will end up with brown hair like his parents.

    I was pretty much the same as DS2, born with dark hair which then went blonde, had blonde hair until I was 5 though it was darkining over the years, by the time I started school it had turned a light brown, it's now dark brown.

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    Both my kids where born with practically no hair just very fine tiny blonde strands that you could barely see. They both now have golden blonde hair.

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    Both my husband and i have dark brown hair. Now greying!! But DH had aparently mousey brown hair and blonde highlights as a toddler). DD was born with a full head of dark brown and went blonde pretty much within a few months. She is now 2 and looks to be getting blonder. She also has blue eyes whereas my husband and i both have hazel coloured. Im hoping little miss stays blonde hair and blue eyed. Interested to see what DS #2 is going to be in May.
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