Every child is individual in terms of how much hair they enter the world with. While some little ones are born bald, others arrive with a full head of hair. It’s all down to maternal hormones and genetics. But what’s ‘hair’ today may well be gone tomorrow, as many babies experience hair loss within the first six months.
This is a perfectly normal physiological phase called telogen effluvium. The hairs will soon grow back, but don’t be surprised if it’s a different colour and texture than before!