Mummy disagreed with this practice and this is one of the many unresolved minor doesmtic issue in the family frequently talked about. Daddy, because of his own insecurity with thin hair, he had 101 reasons trying to shave my little man botak. Mummy has thick hair, daddy has thin hair, the girl has good volume of wavy hair, the boy... I don't know?!
Babies often lose their hair during the first six months of life, especially during the 3rd to 4th month. My little man usually sleeps at the same position every night, so that part of his head/hair which rubs against the mattress loses its hair, but he does not have bald patches. Whenever I look at the same position on the bed, it feels like I have a shedding pet dog or cat at home. So, he is left with that thin fine hair where the fluff often entangled at the end of his hair every now and then.
THE DAY has come! Mummy decided to shave his hair botak! My little man did not cry. His head looks big without hair, still looks cute. His hair grew fast, on the very next day, his bald head does not look as bald, still handsome.
See my botak head!
Shave or don't shave? Does it matter? In Singapore, the boy will have to shave their head bald during National Service - the army boy days. So, hello fello daddies, please do not do this at the expense of making mummy unhappy.
Do you shave off your baby's hair after one month?