Post # 1
I just came across this website for headbands with hair for bald baby girls. The point, according to the website, is so that people wont think they are boys.
Personally, I think it’s ridiculous and taking vanity into the extreme. What do you think?
Post # 3
I’d put a ribbon or a headband on my baby, but not something that’s basically a wig.
I was born with a full head of dark hair, so I assume my future children will have the same.
Post # 4
wow- who thinks of these things?! so ridiculous! can you imagine a family member/friend touching your child and the headband displacing or moving or something…you would look so stupid!!! AND it must be uncomfortable for baby….definately not pro hair headbands! lol
Post # 5
to each their own, I think a headband is good enough! Whether a baby has hair or not, it’s hard to distinguish early on if it’s a boy or girl.
That baby looks better bald then with the fake hair!
Post # 6
I think that’s a little crazy. I could see maybe putting a little headband on, but not the fake hair. I was a bald baby because my hair was so thin, and I’m soooo glad my mom didn’t put that crap on me, lol.
Post # 7
I think those things are absolutely adorable, but a huge waste of money. Especially considering most babies pull off hats/headbands/anything else they can. I highly doubt my cheapness would allow me to buy one.
Post # 8
Who cares if people think your kid is a boy? Slather them in pink if it’s that much of an issue (though I don’t get that either). Yeesh.
Post # 9
My daughter wore a lot of pink but I would never put a wig on a baby lol
Post # 10
..my daughter had a full head of hair and lots of people thought she was a boy, despite being dressed in pink…lol
I think the headband thing for gender purposes is kind of silly.
Post # 11
My baby has tons of hair and he’s a boy! Do they want me to shave his head? Silly people…
Post # 12
I’m dying over here. Some of those wigs look so silly! Who cares if a baby has hair? Why does it matter if the baby looks like a boy or a girl?
Also, the Duggers used one of those head bands for their baby. It had fake pigtails.
Post # 13
Lol! That seems so pointless. My little girl has a full head of thick dark hair, and I’m sure people wouldn;t be able to tell what she was if I didn’t dress her in girly clothes 😛
Post # 14
I’m a very non-pink and frilly type of mum. I have a 3 year old and when I controlled what she wore, I typically dressed her in gender neutral clothes. She’s all about the pink and frilly at the moment. But even when I dressed her in very girly clothes (eg. purple Hello Kitty dress with pink tights), people thought she was a boy. So I don’t think adding a wig would have changed everything. It never really bothered me.
Post # 15
Why… Headbands are cute. These are just over the top. Babies are sometimes bald! Who cares?
Post # 16
I was nearly bald until I was three (nonexistant fine, white blonde hair) and got mistaken for a boy on a daily basis. My nanny wanted to shave my head, people advised my mom to wash my head with tomato juice, everyone had an opinion on how to de-bald the baby but no one would have suggested a wig lol.
Even with earrings, a pink dress, pink sweater, and pink shoes people would say “how old is your little boy?” etc.
My grandma taught me to respond: “I’m not a boy, I have a vagina”.
She thought it was Hilarious.