Baby's Lustrous Locks Won't Stop Growing and Are Already 8 Inches Long

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Big hair, don't care.

Six-month-old Katherine Matthews was born with a full head of lustrous locks and they haven't stopped growing since, her mother, Natalie Moore, told SWNS. 

"When she was born, we couldn't get over how much hair she had — and since then it just hasn't stopped," Moore, 33, said.

Indeed, Katherine's hair is now so long it measures 8 inches in some areas. Her parents have to brush it when she's on her stomach and use a hairdryer to dry her locks.

“I can’t go anywhere without strangers stopping me and saying, ‘Oh my God, I’ve never seen a child with that much hair,'" Moore said. “They call her 'the baby with all the hair' at the doctor’s [office]."

Moore suspects Katherine gets her mane from her, as she used to have hair so long she could sit on it when she was a child. 

“I was also born with a full head of her and so was my mum and dad, so it seems to be in the genes," Moore said. 

Moore hopes Katherine's hair will keep growing. “I would like to see how long we can get it before she’s had enough," she said. “She is a really well-behaved baby and I just know her as my beautiful girl and she’s used to me brushing her now so we’ll see how long we can grow it."


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