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Watch Adorable baby grows incredible bouffant hairdo at just eight WEEKS old Mum-of-three Chelsea Noon says people love her son Juniors lion-like mane - but she admits he looks like a gremlin when hes cross An adorable tot has been nicknamed Baby Bear due to his incredible bouffant mane that he is sporting at just eight weeks old. Mum-of-three Chelsea Noon, 32, says shocked passers-by often stare at her little man Junior and a trip to the supermarket now involves a minefield of questions from curious shoppers. And while she says Junior looks like a little bear most of the time - she admits he is more like a gremlin when he gets cross. Chelsea said: “When he was born it was quite thick but everybody said it would stop and that a lot of it would fall out. Daily Mirror/David HillChelsea Noon from Brighton with her son JuniorAdorable Junior with his bouffant hairdo Daily Mirror/David HillChelsea Noon from Brighton with her son Junior,Chelsea with her son “He hasn’t lost any - there’s none in the cot, none in his little chair or the pram, it’s literally just growing and it grows out not down so it sticks up.” Chelsea said everyone who sees Junior does a double take. “Usually it takes me about 40 minutes to do my weekly shop in Asda and now it takes me two hours,” she said. Daily Mirror/David HillChelsea Noon from Brighton with her son JuniorFormer hairdresser Chelsea tends to Juniors locks Daily Mirror/David HillChelsea Noon from Brighton with her son JuniorChelsea admits Junior is like a gremlin when he gets cross “Everyone stops and says: ‘Oh my god look at the baby’s hair,’ and then the next person will say: ‘He’s got so much hair’. READ MORE Newborn baby saved by passersby after it was thrown down a public toilet with plastic bag on its head “The doctors say they are amazed and have never seen a baby with so much hair in all the time they have been working. Everyone’s shocked.” But former hairdresser Chelsea has no plans to give Junior’s distinctive hair a chop any time soon. “I definitely don’t want to cut it, I want to see how long it actually does grow out. I don’t know where his hair has come from it’s like a big ball of candy floss.” Daily Mirror/David HillChelsea Noon from Brighton with her son JuniorChelsea says she has no plans to give Junior’s distinctive hair a chop any time soon Daily Mirror/David HillChelsea Noon from Brighton with her son JuniorThe lad is one of three boys Chelsea, who also has two older sons, four-year-old Mitchell and six-year-old Preston, says her boys love their hairy younger brother. “His brothers really love him, my youngest is always running up to Junior saying ‘I want to pinch his fat cheeks’. “We call him ‘Baby Bear’ because he looks like a little bear but when he’s angry he looks like a little gremlin.” The baby of the family has already found his own character and personality. Daily Mirror/David HillChelsea Noon from Brighton with her son JuniorChelsea said: The doctors say they are amazed and have never seen a baby with so much hair.” Daily Mirror/David HillChelsea Noon from Brighton with her son JuniorChelsea says her hairiest son definitely completes the family and she does not plan on having any more children Chelsea said: “He’s got a little smirk he puts on he gives a little cry when he wants to be picked up and then you pick him up and he gives you a look as if to say: ‘Yes, I got my own way’. READ MORE Home truths about where it is best to give birth - and why fear drives women to hospitals Chelsea says her hairiest son definitely completes the family and she does not plan on having any more children. “The pregnancy was fine but the labour was horrible,” she said. Daily Mirror/David HillChelsea Noon from Brighton with her son JuniorJunior was a whopping 10lbs when he was born Daily Mirror/David HillChelsea Noon from Brighton with her son JuniorChelsea said: “We call him ‘Baby Bear’ because he looks like a little bear but when he’s angry he looks like a little gremlin.” “His head got stuck so they had to call the emergency people in so they were screaming at me to push and I just couldn’t get him out, he ripped me and then his head got out, then his shoulders got stuck and I lost a litre of blood so it was quite traumatic. “Then obviously they weighed him and found out he was 10lbs and that’s probably why. “He’s about 131/2 lbs now. Usually they lose a bit, but he didn’t he gained some. “But this is the last one baby Junior, I’m not having another one - it would probably be a 12 pounder.”

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