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post #41 of 46
Wow marks from the cord, never heard of that one!
post #42 of 46

My daughter was born with stork bites.

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She is a month old in this picture.

 

Here she is at 2.

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you can still see them VERY LITTLE.

 

Here she is at 5.

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She is 7 now and I can only see them when she has a fever or has been crying really hard.

 

I will admit my child has a little color and that might play into the fact that they are not visible but I dont really know.

 

Natalie

post #43 of 46

Little Miss had stork bites on the back of her neck and on her back... she was born sunny-side up, I wonder if that has anything to do with it.  In any case, they were so perfectly placed on her spine, and were hidden by her hair, I was actually sad to see them go.  They're nearly undetectable now, she's 13 months.

post #44 of 46

Old thread but my mil, in her 70s, has one on the back of her neck, still visible and so does my husband, almost 40, and all 6 of our children. 

post #45 of 46
Both of mine had stork bites. The oldest had a triangle V shape on her forehead that faded. It's my favorite part of her baby photos for some reason now. Just very babyish or something. The younger one had a dark one on the back of her neck. She's 3 and it's still there but barely. I don't ever notice it because of where it is.
post #46 of 46
My DD had stork bites on her eyelids and forehead. They've faded a lot but you can still see them.
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