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newbiedaddy Mon 31-Aug-09 14:40:50

Our baby has always looked a little on the pale side. we know that you cant but babies in the sun but is it allrite to use a fake tan. Are there any fake tans made for babies. We've tried looking in boots, muthercare ect.

FlamingoBingo Mon 31-Aug-09 14:41:33

OMG you have got to be joking! shock

suwoo Mon 31-Aug-09 14:43:34

Trip fucking trap.

FlamingoBingo Mon 31-Aug-09 14:44:32

I quite agree! He's just posted about his DW requesting he doesn't eat spicy food in case it affects the baby on bf/ff!

Sad he's got nothing more interesting to be doing on a BH!

EyeballsintheSky Mon 31-Aug-09 14:46:08

I was wondering this. DD is like a ghost I just leave her out in the sun every day between noon and 3pm. Seems to be working

reikizen Mon 31-Aug-09 14:47:03

Shame on you, I opened this thinking someone might have concerns about their baby being ill. I think the overused phrase 'get a life' may be appropriate here.

QuintessentialShadows Mon 31-Aug-09 14:47:11

eyeballs, dress her in green and yellow, and she will be a traffic light!

EyeballsintheSky Mon 31-Aug-09 15:01:24

ToffeeCrumble Mon 31-Aug-09 16:01:14

Mothercare do sell a baby self tanner called "California Baby Bronzer." We just use a sun bed for our baby though. We bought a miniature one that you can attach to her baby rocker to give her a bit of colour.

PavlovtheForgetfulCat Mon 31-Aug-09 16:02:18

grin rofl!

purepurple Mon 31-Aug-09 16:05:33

just stick some gravy browning in with her bath water

GentleOtter Mon 31-Aug-09 16:09:04

Put on some shades and baby will look a different colour.

lou4791 Fri 04-Sep-09 10:59:49

I thought this thread was a parent worried that their baby was anaemic or something. This thread must be a joke....right? lou x

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