We all love a baby with good hair, right? It seems that way to me… sort of.
My baby has a lot of hair. It has gone from jet-black and stick-straight at birth to light brown and very curly. Both ‘dos have attracted a lot of attention. And, if I had a dollar for every person who said “Look at all that hair!,” we could all retire very, very rich.
Here are the 5 weirdest comments I’ve heard:
- Is that real?
(nope, it’s from babytoupees.com.)
- Where did that hair come from?
- Oh my, that’s an interesting looking child.
(if by interesting, you mean perfect in every way, thank you! @&%$*^!)
- Ooo, can I touch it?
(sure, perfect stranger, please run your sketchy hands through my baby’s locks.)
- Those curls are cute now, but he’s going to hate them when he grows up!
(did your filter break?)
Who knew baby hair could be such a topic of conversation? I love everything about this little dude – especially his hair – and will continue telling him that every day for the rest of my life.
In some cultures, like some Chinese and Indian sects, a baby’s hair is shaved for religious purposes. Many Americans and Europeans also shave their baby’s hair to help it grow in thicker (although this actually has no effect on how the hair grows). And, I have even heard of people who shave their baby’s head simply because they wanted a bald baby.
I digress, and will get back to researching the best baby conditioner!
Have a great week –