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    How did you go at the hairdresser OP?

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    Well, the 2 hairdressers said they couldn't say for sure but as FOB has had DD a few more times now, the hair is lighter still and in places it feels a bit 'crunchy' if that makes sense. I'm wondering if it is 'sun in' or something similar. I have also spoken to someone who knows FOB's GF and was told that she coloured her 2 older children's hair from the age of 3-4 years so they looked more like her than their father. She also tinted their eye brows/lashes from the age of 7 and would pierce the girls ears (she has 4) herself with a needle at age 4. In light of all this my lawyer suggested I find somewhere that can test my daughters hair. Thanks for the help!

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    Holy ****! She's mental!
    Is the new girl friends hair light and yours is dark? Is she trying to make your daughter look more like her? Creepy!!

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    Whoa! Even if you don't have any evidence can you get the parenting agreement changed to say no 'beauty' procedures are to be done on your child without your consent?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Whoa! Even if you don't have any evidence can you get the parenting agreement changed to say no 'beauty' procedures are to be done on your child without your consent?
    I can get the orders changed and have sent a letter to my lawyer about that. I needed to include tattooing too, can you believe it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaenerysT View Post
    Holy ****! She's mental!
    Is the new girl friends hair light and yours is dark? Is she trying to make your daughter look more like her? Creepy!!
    Yep my son's hair is very fair and my daughter's is very dark. She is blonde though she has recently dyed it really dark like mine. And she is mad as a meat axe- if it wasn't still going through court proceedings I would share some things. Its one of the most bizarre stories I have known and I work in the area of mental health!

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    Well they're at it again. This time my little one has reddish tints to the ends of her hair and her hair smelt like some nana's lavender powder (as if they were trying to cover up the smell). So strong that I had to give ds some Dimetapp as he was sneezing (and I needed my neighbours to witness the hair colour change). I will again be taking my dd to a hairdresser tomorrow just to document.

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    I have no words. Do you have photos you could share OP? I'm so interested to see what they have done to your LO!

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    Omg that's messed up (

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    Wow I'm so sorry this is happening to your little Dd. Who in their right mind would think it's ok to do that to a child who isn't even two yet??

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