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Adorable!! I've seen babies with lots of hair but not that much. He's a real cutie! He'll need some styling gel before his 1st birthday.

Is the outfit from his Aunt Gretchen?

Let Liz know he's a definite "keeper". As if she didn't know that already!


He couldn't be cuter if he tried.

My daughter had lots of black hair when she was born. In comparison my son was nearly bald. There is 13 months difference between them and they had their first hair cut on the same day!

I meant to say also, he is sooo cute. And I adore the outfit.

He is so handsome and as a New Yorker, I'm a huge fan of his outfit! My little sisters had a head full of dark hair as well. Just love it! Congratulations to Liz and to you, Aunt Sarah. Hopefully this little one will have a playmate soon!

awesome. SO CUTE. I love the perpetually startled/mildly perplexed expression of newborns, because just about everything they lay eyes on, they're seeing for the first time in their lives.

Wow. I still don't have that much hair.

So adorable! My 2 year old still doesn't have that much hair! Definitely a Little Bundle of Cute

Sarah, I posted a picture of my 5 month old granddaughter on my blog. She's as bald as can be so she and Jack might make a cute couple. LOL They could even each other out? LOL

Blessings, C

I know 3 year olds that still don't have that kind of hair, I love it! He's like a mini news-caster! Congrats to WP!

Holy Hair! I thought my kid came out with a lot of hair, but Jack wins. What a cutie!

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