Have A Newborn Baby? Changes That You Might Consider by Zainab Khan - Musely
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Have A Newborn Baby? Changes That You Might Consider

posted in Skin & Body
03/06/2014
  • Note:

    Please don't take it the wrong ofcourse no mother would want to change their baby. I'm suggesting things that can affect a newborn physically in a positive way. All suggestions are not harmful and these suggestions I've done to my sons (Gods honest truth).

  • Hair

    Thin hair has its precaution, especially in men. Consider shaving your baby's hair.The younger you start shaving your child the better the results, take him to a baby salon if you don't trust yourself. Shaving hair thickens strains and deepen the hair follicle.

  • Eyelashes:

    The chances are if you have unnoticeable lashes so will your child.This might crazy but to thicken and make your child eyelashes super long when he is basically a newborn under 4months cut the tips of his eyelashes. The younger the better. Use a eyebrow trimmer while they are deep asleep

  • Continue: My story

    Both my sons have super long lashes. My eldest is 14months and my youngest is 2months. I cut both of them under 2 months and i have straight thin lashes so I decided to cut them.

    * Pics of my 2 month olds lashes I cut his at 2 weeks of age. And they will still continue to grow.

  • Breastfeeding:

    moms, breastfeeding is linked to a lower risk of type 2 diabetes, breast cancer, ovarian cancer, and postpartum depression. Infant formula cannot match the exact chemical makeup of human milk, especially the cells, hormones, and antibodies that fight disease.

  • Like, share & maybe follow? Remember my opinions are based on results that I've experienced.

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