My daughter just turned 2 years old and she has more hair than anyone else I know

WOMEN everywhere take hair supplements, purchase extensions, and lather their heads with products in the hopes of growing voluminous, shiny locks.

One mother said her two-year-old daughter has the mane we all dream of.


A woman, who goes by @laddco online, gained popularity on social media thanks to the videos she shared of her toddler daughter’s unusually long hair.

She recently posted a clip that had the song The Way I Live playing in the background as she showed off her daughters smooth, chocolate brown tresses.

“I just turned 2 years old,” read the text.

The child’s falls all the way down to her hips and is layered with shiny waves.

In her caption, the mother playfully wrote: “My hair started falling out after I had her… I see why. She took all my hair. Momma loves you, take it all baby girl.”

She got the attention of admiring commenters:

“Ma’am, that’s a Disney princess,” one quipped.

“She got that Pinterest hair,” added another.

Another viewer asked the woman to share a video of her daughter’s growth process from when she was first born to now.

She obliged.

In the follow-up clip, she showed her adorable baby in the hospital on the day she was born, with lots of hair covering her tiny head.

“Doctor told us that all that hair she had was going to fall out in a few weeks,” she claimed. “Needless to say, it didn’t stop growing.”

Responding to yet another commenter who argued that the now-two-year-old’s long mane was likely a wig, the mother posted an additional video refuting that theory.

The new video showed the toddler’s hair in a high bun with her roots visible. The mother then took out the hair-tie to let down her locks and began brushing.

In short: this kid has the look we all want.


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