Here Are Some Cute Headbands That Won't Leave Weird Marks On Your Baby
3 days ago - By Scary Mommy
When you think about it, the best headbands for babies are usually just the ones that can stay put. And since baby heads come in all shapes and sizes, every mom knows the feeling of buying a newborn headband or infant head wrap that just absolutely does not fit. Your LO's head might be the size of a large fist, but as far as we're concerned, a baby can never start accessorizing too early. We support a mom's choice to have her baby rock earrings or sunglasses to establish that personal style from the jump. But aside from some functional bracelets from your OBGYN, a baby's first accessory is...
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