Sunday, 7 June 2009

I think it will be a girl

I feel Aubrey will be a girl. Her hair is nearly finished. I have been in turmoil whether or not to do a sparse head or a full head of hair. What's been going on in my head is.... a full head of hair often makes the baby look more attractive, but not as realistic. Most babies are not born with a full head of hair and in fact both my own children had hardly any.
Not every reborner can do a sparse head because it is unforgiving and shows how good a rooter the reborner is. Where as a full head of hair can hide a multitude of sins. So that's one reason why you don't see many sparse ones. What's your preference?


  1. I used to work in healthcare around newborns here in Canada, and I often saw babies with a full head of hair as well as not. From experience, it's a mixture of both. As well, all my neices and nephews were born with a full head of hair, so it's not uncommon. Personally, I'd rather see a little more hair than the sparse to none, unless I'm trying to make the baby look like he/she has just been born and just came home from hospital.

  2. Thank you for taking the time to reply:)


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After many successful years of painting as a wildlife artist I came across the art or reborning and I knew that I just had to do this! I cannot think of anything better than combining my natural love of babies with the passion I have for art. As an artist I always strive for total perfection and hopefully this shows through in the effort and love I put in to each and every baby that I create. I am a mother of two grown up children (my daughter is a qualified Dentist and my son is at University studying Computer Science). I have been mad keen on arts and crafts ever since I could hold a crayon! I came across reborning when my sister brought her first baby and I knew straight away that this was something for me!