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i just noticed it today my daughter is 6 months old (on sept 1st) and she has peach fuse down there she was born with a head full of hair (blonde) and has hair on arms and legs could it just be normal?
it could just still be her body getting rid of the hormones or if you are breastfeeding it could be those hormones but remember that peach fuzz isn't hair it is pretty normal, even if you look at a little boy he will have peach fuzz on his face from a very early age.
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Report This| Share this:Pubic hair on my 6 month oldit could just still be her body getting rid of the hormones or if you are breastfeeding it could be those hormones but remember that peach fuzz isn't hair it is pretty normal, even if you look at a little boy he will have peach fuzz on his face from a very early age.
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