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    Quote Originally Posted by JustJaq View Post
    Omg @witherwings, what a gorgeous boy!

    I'm afraid my DS's curls might not grow back too if i cut his hair..
    I thought the same for my DD but they just grow back thicker and curlier lol I hope she likes them when she is older.

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    Quote Originally Posted by witherwings View Post
    Hasn't happened with DS2 but DS1 used to have long curly hair until about 2.5yrs old and even though he was dressed very "boyish" (shorts, pants, shirt), I did sometimes get people commenting on what a pretty girl he was. I can't remember if I ever bothered correcting but it wouldn't bother me..

    Ds1 before his hair cut.. The curls never grew back

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    Still gorgeous though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustJaq View Post
    Omg @witherwings, what a gorgeous boy!

    I'm afraid my DS's curls might not grow back too if i cut his hair..
    DS's curls haven't gone anywhere, they keep coming back thicker and curlier. I only get it cut short enough that it doesn't bother him (get in his eyes and tickle his ears), because he has an issue with people touching near his ears after a bad experience with a doctor. He still gets left with a bit of curl. Admittedly, DH and I both have ringlets, so he doesn't have much hope of losing them.

    You never know, it might just encourage your DS's to grow thicker!

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    People mistake DS2 for a girl all the time because of his hair even when he is wearing what is clearly boys clothes, it doesn't annoy me that much

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustJaq View Post
    Omg @witherwings, what a gorgeous boy!

    I'm afraid my DS's curls might not grow back too if i cut his hair..
    Simple solution - never cut them! Hehe

    And thanks he's still a gorgeous boy, just with less hair hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by loodle View Post
    People mistake DS2 for a girl all the time because of his hair even when he is wearing what is clearly boys clothes, it doesn't annoy me that much

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    So cute !! I love long hair on boys!

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    My daughter has been mistaken for a boy numerous times as she didn't have a lot of hair when she was a baby. Even when dressed in pink people would ask if she was a boy or girl . I love blue on my DD so i guess that didn't help in some cases. Sometimes i would correct them, other times i wouldn't or would say "yes she is.." or something rather than saying outright you called my daughter a boy.

    I even had one lady say after i told her that my daughter was a girl, she said "oh she looks like she could also be a boy" .... umm thanks for that?

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    DS wears tutus etc. I don't care I respond with he's actually a boy he's 2 and no wearing a. Dress now won't make him gay/sex change. People have actually said that to me before 😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by witherwings View Post
    So cute !! I love long hair on boys!
    I love his long hair but it's so curly that it gets knotted easily and he won't wear it tied back at all

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    Yes they do and I always correct them. Hopefully it's just a baby face thing.


 

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