“Because my family has different opinions about how to raise children, I refuse to give in to my family’s suggestions. This is why I turn to you for advice:
Is it necessary to make your baby cry because it makes their lungs stronger?
Is it true that shaving a baby’s head between 2 months to 10 months that their hair will grow much thicker later in their lives?”
Crying is NOT needed for lung development. In fact, too much crying can be harmful to the brain. Research supporting this is presented in our soon to be released book about sleep.
I just read an article in a dermatology publication that pointed out that shaving hair does NOT cause it to grow in thicker.