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    Quote Originally Posted by shani2 View Post
    Nope.

    DS was born a red head, it fell as it does overtime but all his real hair is red to and getting more and more obvious the longer/thicker it gets.

    Funniest bit, neither DH or I are red heads. Neither are our parents!! DH's grandmother was and my grandfather was so he's a throw back from 3 generations ago!!
    I'd say the majority are still born with jet black hair though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    I'd say the majority are still born with jet black hair though.

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    5 all born blonde here...now all mousy brown. Dh and his brother's all were born with snow white hair and remained until their teens. I was born blonde and it turned dark brown by primary school same with my brothers. Yet look at us all now, (my family and dh's) most have dark hair.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ozeymumof5 View Post
    5 all born blonde here...now all mousy brown. Dh and his brother's all were born with snow white hair and remained until their teens. I was born blonde and it turned dark brown by primary school.
    Yeah we all started off as jet black here and went a variety of different colours as we aged. I think we are in the majority though?

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    My kids were both born with blonde blonde hair. Just like me

    They're still blonde but it has darkened a bit. I'd expect that it would turn brown over the years to match their dad.

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    Ds1 was born with blonde hair, it went a few shades darker, dd was born with very dark hair and is now dark blonde. Ds2 was born with very dark hair that has lightened up a few shades.

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    My pretty princess born with thick long jet black hair to now browny/blonde colored hair.

    Ds born with blondey slightly red tinged hair to now blonde/kindve brown hair.
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    I was born with black hair that turned blonde then brown, DH was born with red hair that turned brown and DD and DS2 were both blondes born and are still blonde and DS1 was born with brown that stayed brown.

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    Both my girls were born with lots of dark hair.

    DD1 is now 6 & has blonde hair
    DD2 is 3 & has medium brown hair

    DS was born with blonde hair

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    All 4 of my daughters were born with dark brown/black hair but they are now all little blondies.

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    DS1 was born with red/ginger hair and still at 7 has a very redish/orange colour.
    DS2 was born with black and is now a very light brown.

    DD, she was born with a black mohawk, and now at 3, has the most amazing thick, long blonde hair. It's her claim to fame. 12423_387897094814_8021052_n.jpg 1475778_10152404062119815_317431041_n.jpg


 

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