July 31, 2010

"Faux-hawk"

"My Momma likes to style my hair!"
"You can see how much I like it!"
ha..ha..I think he was over it after 10 seconds!

He's got cradle cap going on or baby dandriff.....any suggestions on how to help this ya'll?

21 comments:

Lil' Woman said...

Lol..he's a little rockstar!!

Becky said...

YES!!! I love mohawks on kids, no matter how big or small! (Psst, and I just started a twitter account - officially following you now!)

Fox Family said...

No picking at it... I was bad about that. Also, limit the soap usage, and just use water instead of soap every other bath. Lotion as well. Cute Pictures!

Bonnie said...

I used the fragrance free Bath & Body Works lotion that I took to your house last time. It is thicker & works really good!

Bonnie said...

the "Lay It On Thick".

Lacy said...

Natural Care Baby Cradle Cap.. Follow directions on bottle.. Used it twice and it was gone for good..

Love the hawk.

Jessica said...

lotion...or just give it time and use a fine toothed comb on his head. it will eventually all fall off. Both of mine had it

Debbie said...

They have special cradle cap wash that you can buy in the store. My nephew had it pretty bad but after using the store-bought stuff for a little while it went away and didn't come back. I'm not sure of the brand my SIL used.

LOVE the 'do. Jacob sported a faux-hawk for a while, too. I LOVED it!! heheh :)

Krista said...

I have actually always found that rubbing plain old baby oil softly into their scalp and then combing the area with a fine-toothed comb works great!

Michelle said...

Soooo cute!

Abbie said...

Olive Oil and a fine tooth comb. I only had to do it once with my little boy...

Janelle said...

My son was born with a natural faux-hawk and I loved it. Now his hair has changed and it doesn't do that anymore. I think I am going to have to get some gel, because I miss that style

smile steady said...

awww, haha. He LOOKS like he likes it in the first picture! Too cute!

Sara said...

Apricot oil works really well (Burt's Bees makes it, among others). Work it into the scalp gently, and leave it for a few minutes and then wash. Also, the Gentle Naturals cradle cap care. They sell it at Target in the baby section and it has Pooh on the front.

Tristan said...

if you want to get rid of it fast..when i used to work at a daycare i would put baby oil on the scalp and then go through it with a soft comb..got it all out!

then I would slather lostion on the little boogers and be done with it...but the parents never treated it properly and it was back :(

peppylady (Dora) said...

You took the word right out of my mouth “scorcher” is the word I was looking for the day we went up on Smith Creek area. But it sure didn't get up to a 100 degrees.
I didn't grow any pumpkins in the garden. So I'll have to buy one to crave for halloween. Work takes up to much of my time.
Coffee is on.

peppylady (Dora) said...

You took the word right out of my mouth “scorcher” is the word I was looking for the day we went up on Smith Creek area. But it sure didn't get up to a 100 degrees.
I didn't grow any pumpkins in the garden. So I'll have to buy one to crave for halloween. Work takes up to much of my time.
Coffee is on.

Tristan said...

if you want to get rid of it fast..when i used to work at a daycare i would put baby oil on the scalp and then go through it with a soft comb..got it all out!

then I would slather lostion on the little boogers and be done with it...but the parents never treated it properly and it was back :(

smile steady said...

awww, haha. He LOOKS like he likes it in the first picture! Too cute!

Fox Family said...

No picking at it... I was bad about that. Also, limit the soap usage, and just use water instead of soap every other bath. Lotion as well. Cute Pictures!

Becky said...

YES!!! I love mohawks on kids, no matter how big or small! (Psst, and I just started a twitter account - officially following you now!)

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