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labradorian_1989 asked:

18 Apr 2009

Baby Hair

I've noticed with my daughter her hair goes all fluffy like. She can be just laying there and it will raise out on its ends. It isn't because she is cold because there is no draft where she is and the heat is always on. It can't be static electricity because it even happens when she is asleep (she don't be rolling her head back and forth to go like it). I was just wondering why her hair does that. Apparently it happens to other babies to but the parents don't know why. It doesn't bother me but I just think it looks cute and was wondering why it happens in the first place. Does this happen to anyone else's baby?

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ctl888

ctl888 says:

Posted on 18 Apr 2009

Humm, I did not know that happens to babies. It sounds so cute. I tried to look it up on the internet and did not find anything about baby's hair standing up. Maybe this can be caused by the sensitivity of their hair follicles?

barbipixi

barbipixi says:

Posted on 19 Apr 2009

i think it could very possibly be due to some pent up static charge even from her blanket or bed. my lil girl had very thick hair so i never got to see that phenomenon

georgie_babbs

georgie_babbs says:

Posted on 19 Apr 2009

it can happen to anyones hair, not just babies.

my hair is thin so it always goes static so..

:)



xx

labradorian_1989

labradorian_1989 says:

Posted on 19 Apr 2009

oh lol I didn't know that :)

It looks so cute on a baby though :))

georgie_babbs

georgie_babbs says:

Posted on 30 Apr 2009

i knowww!!

xD

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