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My girls have started getting underarm hair..WDYD


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#51 annodam

Posted 27 May 2015 - 10:00 AM

The weight thing is more like 35kgs, not 50kgs!

#52 *TikkaB* Tinseltop

Posted 27 May 2015 - 10:08 AM

I started at 12yo at 45kg. My dd started at 11yo at 40kg.

Like SeaPrincess, I was turned away from the bloodbank around 21 because I was under 50kg. Never stopped menstruating.

She has had hair developing since 7yo, but has never been bothered by it. Luckly, even though she is dark skinned, her hair is much like her father's, very sparse and short. Not like me, I look like a yetti. I deliberately don't remove my body hair because I want her to feel comfortable with hers for as long as possible. She even told me recently that I have beautiful legs (yetti hair and all),

We will see what changes if any peer-pressure at High School brings next year, although she is quirky and doesn't yet care about conforming. My baby is 12yo tomorrow!

#53 ~Catherine~

Posted 14 June 2015 - 04:37 PM

DD11 had been mentioning for a while about her leg hairs and underarm hair .... we were going to do waxing but she changed her mind so I brought Nair sensitive and did it with that ... so far only done it once, haven't looked at it and she hasn't mentioned doing it again yet




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