Nine-Week-Old Baby Has A Full Head Of Bouffant Hair
You know why we are always excited about baby videos? Because it is always a thrill to see what these tiny humans have in store for us! You can never predict what they will do, and that is so exciting! Like this video at the top of the page, for example.
This kid looks like he could be in the next installment of Zoolander, if mom would allow it. An adorable tot has been nicknamed Baby Bear due to his incredible bouffant mane that he is sporting at just nine weeks old. Mother-of-three Chelsea Noon, 32, says shocked passers-by often stare at her little man Junior and a trip to the supermarket now involves a minefield of questions from curious shoppers and a simple trip could take hours.
And while she says Junior, real name Cox looks like a little bear most of the time - she admits he is more like a gremlin when he gets cross. Chelsea said: "When he was born it was quite thick but everybody said it would stop and that a lot of it would fall out."
Mom Chelsey says that his hair is so thick it takes forever to dry on its own, so she makes sure to blow dry it and what a sight that is! As it happens, mom is a hairdresser, so she surely knows how to handle his thick mane. “He came out with loads of hair. I didn’t realize how much until he had his first bath,"
Cox got his nicknames from his brothers Mitchel, age for, and Preston, age six because his hair is already so fluffy! It seems not every baby gets to be born looking like an aging old man!
What about this one: "Happy Toddler Waves And Shares Free Hugs In A Supermarket"?
Baby Joey looks like she has all the making to run for mayor of her hometown some day. It’s hard not to smile as Joelle, at just 16 months old, confidently walks through a crowded supermarket smiling, waving and hugging delighted shoppers. Mom Caitlin caught this quick snippet after nearly half an hour of Joey’s antics. With nearly 50 million views on Facebook, her infectious mood has now spread far beyond this Arkansas supermarket.
Little kids think that adult life is like a walk in the park. You are independent of everyone (wrong), you get to do what you want (also wrong) and nobody tells you to do anything (oh so very wrong!). The conclusion they get from watching adults is that they need to grow up and fast! It ’s too bad that little kids become adults in no time, because, you know, they are so much fun being around. But that’s the cycle of life. Joey, who is an adorable toddler, has just learned to walk and her attitude toward strangers is so lively and friendly. She is an incredibly sociable little girl as she waves to everybody in the supermarket. Her happy-go-lucky personality can’t leave anybody ignorant and the shoppers share her happiness, too, they laugh and make sweet comments about her behavior. Joey opens up and shows how full of love she is when she flies into a warm embrace with the lady waiting in line to order meat. She really loves to give hugs, what an adorable child!