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This Eight Week Old Baby Grew A Hilarious Bouffant Hairdo

Most of us have at least a few baby pictures that are pretty funny (usually due to the way our parents dressed us), but they’re nothing compared the the one’s this little tot is going to have when he grows up. Junior is the eight week old son of Chelsea Noon, and although he’s the third addition to the family, he’s already attracted a ton of attention as a result of his shocking head of hair. While most of us have been trying our whole lives to get thick, luscious hair, this little guy grew his unbelievably thick bouffant mane in under two months! I don’t know about you, but I’m jealous…

He’s earned the nick name ‘Baby Bear’. I’m sure you can guess why

David Hill | Daily Mirror

According to his mom he also has a second nickname…

 “He looks like a little bear but when he’s angry he looks like a little gremlin.”

David Hill | Daily Mirror

He also looks like someone else that I just can’t put my finger on…

Ahh… yes, there we go

Total doppelganger

Yikes, doesn’t look like he was too happy with that comparison

David Hill | Daily Mirror

According to his mom, Junior’s hair wasn’t the only thing that was big—he was a whopping ten pounds at birth! No wonder this mom says she doesn’t plan on having any more children.

But if you think the labor was time consuming, just think about the maintenance those locks require…

Good thing Chelsea is a former hairdresser!

David Hill | Daily Mirror

“Everyone stops and says: ‘Oh my god look at the baby’s hair,’ and then the next person will say: ‘He’s got so much hair’.

Even the doctors were shocked at the amount of hair!

David Hill | Daily Mirror

Will Junior be getting a haircut anytime soon?

“I definitely don’t want to cut it, I want to see how long it actually does grow out. I don’t know where his hair has come from it’s like a big ball of candy floss.”

David Hill | Daily Mirror
You don’t mess with a good thing! I guess we’ll all just have to continue being jealous!

h/t Daily Mirror

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