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To wish people wouldn't put headbands on babies?

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SusuwatariToes Sat 22-Jun-13 03:38:48

I hate wearing headbands. I last about an hour before the pressure behind my ears really gets to me.

Once they are old enough to figure out how, they will pull them off at every opportunity. They clearly don't like to wear them.

I know people think they are cute but babies are already cute! Little boys aren't put through this torture. AIBU?

5madthings Tue 25-Jun-13 13:52:36

And all her tutus have a cotton underskirt anyway.

Wannabestepfordwife Tue 25-Jun-13 13:58:31

Dd just turned 1 has masses of hair so hair accessories are sometimes needed to keep it out of her eyes.

She's also got a tutu on at the minute...... Oh the horror! But it's cotton underneath so it doesn't irritate her skin.

If people think I'm a chav for how dd is dressed fine people probably think I'm chavvy for my fake tab habit anyway. Calling my baby chavvy because of my dress choices is mean.

As long as a baby is in weather appropriate clothes and there clothes haven't got poo or anything on them what's the problem.

Wannabestepfordwife Tue 25-Jun-13 14:00:28

I do wonder what mumsnet would make of her bubble gum scented shoes lol

amazingmumof6 Tue 25-Jun-13 14:01:20

kiwi scrap my previous comment

the best one is "Quinoa farts glitter!"

thank you thank you thank you!

DD is 14 months old. now I have a vision for her. she will be Quinoa!<going to registrar to change DD's name>grin

Nicolaeus Tue 25-Jun-13 14:24:59

"Agree that babies with bone-conducting hearing aids need to wear headbands to keep the BC aid attached"

And once again MN reminds me to think before judging.

I'm not keen on hairbands (agree Bunty's baby is very cute but she'd be cute without the hairband too!) but as long as they're not hurting/causing discomfort to the baby then "meh"

I actually wish I'd paid more attention to putting DS in cute clothes now I look back at the photos and blush but it was hard because he threw up so many times a day (reflux until 15 months) that even if he started the day in matching clothes, within an hour at least one piece of clothing had had to be changed.

Kiwiinkits Wed 26-Jun-13 03:08:25

[takes a bow]
My favourite is "Sometimes I put Quinoa in Time Out just to adore her outfits"

SpecialAgentTattooedQueen Wed 26-Jun-13 03:50:37

I do wonder what mumsnet would make of her bubble gum scented shoes lol

I think that's really cute! I fail at mumsnet I guess. blush I actually can't wait for DTs to get bigger so I can buy them lots of shoes, right now they live in slip on trainers.

I do think tutus look very cute, but I'm biased because of a traumatising bridesmaid experience where I had to wear this hideous taffeta dress that gave me the worst rash!

1Veryhungrycaterpillar Wed 26-Jun-13 09:38:18

Where do you get bubblegum scented shoes, want them! I don't like seeing newborns in overly fussy/restrictive outfits as they look uncomfortable, can't tell you they aren't enjoying it etc but a one year old in a tutu seems pretty standard to me

amazingmumof6 Wed 26-Jun-13 09:59:30

the time out one was funny.

she is a genius

I decided that I WANT TO BE QUINOA!

Wannabestepfordwife Thu 27-Jun-13 10:11:04

The bubble gum shoes are from mini Melissa + campana.

1Veryhungrycaterpillar Thu 27-Jun-13 16:20:46

Thanks Wannabe

MummyPig24 Thu 27-Jun-13 16:56:01

Oh I quite like baby headbands. Dd had a few and she was a real baldy sad. I must be chavvy then.

She's 3 now and has shoulder length hair that I can plait and she loves to wear dresses.

I don't care how other people dress their children and I hope they don't care how I dress mine!

Sarada1980 Tue 15-Mar-16 08:42:11

My son is 16 weeks and I've been told he has torticollis (wry neck) and plagiocephaly (flat head). He having Physio through the hospital every 6 weeks which is a waste of time so I'm paying for cranial therapy once a week which is really helping. I've been told that he may need to have a helmet for a few months which is really stressing me out. I was wondering if anyone else is going through the same thing and has any advice. Thank you in advance x

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