Junior Is Only Two Months Old, But Already Has A Full Head Of Hair!

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Meet the baby with a bouffant! Junior Cox Noon turns heads wherever he goes and his mother says it takes her two hours to do the weekly shopping because so many people stop to say hello to him. He has so much hair he has been nicknamed ‘Baby Bear.’

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Most newborn babies have so little hair on their heads, unlike Junior.

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His mother Chelsea Noon, a hairdresser from Brighton, said: ‘He came out with loads of hair. I didn’t realize how much until he had his first bath."

"All the midwives and health visitors said it would fall out because baby hair usually comes out when they rub their head on the back of the cot, but he hasn’t lost any of it and it has grown."

When her mom tried to put a hat on his head to deter attention she says that he starts crying.

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‘When I take him with me on the weekly shop in Asda everyone does a double-take and says, “Oh my God, look at the baby’s hair,” and they have to touch it. He doesn’t seem to mind and gets a little a smirk on his face.

Chelsea says she’s blow-drying his hair daily because it would take too long to dry naturally.

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Her other sons, Mitchell, and Preston did not share Junior’s hairiness at birth, however.

Chelsea suffered from heartburn during her pregnancy with Junior and an old wives' tale says that the stronger the heartburn the more hair a baby will have.

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A study in 2007 by John Hopkins University in the U.S. backed up the idea. Researchers followed 64 pregnant women, about 78 percent of whom reported heartburn.

Of the 28 women who reported moderate to severe heartburn, 23 had babies with average or above-average amounts of hair.

Of the 28 women who reported moderate to severe heartburn, 23 had babies with average or above-average amounts of hair.
Of the 28 women who reported moderate to severe heartburn, 23 had babies with average or above-average amounts of hair.
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The reason may be that in pregnant women high levels of estrogen can cause heartburn - and this same hormone can influence fetal hair growth.

"People say to me are you going to cut it, but it’s too unique so I’m going to leave it as it is." Chelsea says!

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Isn't he just adorable!

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