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Tuesday, June 3rd 2014, 9:44pm

Slowly going bald!!!

Looking for a bit of advise!!!!

DS has never had a dummy, favourite teddy, blanket etc
Since he was little he's always played with his hair and my hair for comfort when's tired, poorly etc
Up until recently it has been so cute and he does it in such an adorable way.
But recently he just yanks it so hard tries to pull strands out etc when I move my head away from him he cries, I tell him no and explain he's hurting mummy, even on a couple of occasions I've pretended to cry, but he still continues to do it..
Just finding myself getting more and more stressed with him about it and that makes me feel awful as he's never wanted any of the other different types of comforters, this is all he knows.
Any handy tips from stopping me going bald soon!!!!!
Thanks in advance ladies xx
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Wednesday, June 4th 2014, 1:35pm

Does putting your hair up help? My girls would have made me bald years ago if I had mine down, any opportunity and each of them would have pulled it out. My DD3 is always pulling clumps out of her sisters hair when they get too close.

As for a possible cure, do you wear a necklace? Each of my girls have like pulling on my necklace and making my pendant move along the chain.

Hope you find a solution soon.

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Wednesday, June 4th 2014, 3:37pm

Thanks polly pocket,

Wearing my hair up does seem to be worse, he just pulls it out completely!!!
I have thought about buying him a doll with hair to see if that still helps in the same way!!
Just need to convince DP he does need a doll lol!!!
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Wednesday, June 4th 2014, 4:52pm

Oh I sympathise, my DD does the same. She's always got a strand of my hair on the go sucking it! I've found a few in her nappies! She now pulls her own hair out which is a bit scary, when she's on her cot on the mornings waiting for me. I have to say I'm also not sure what to do - I put my hair up but she pulls it out....
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