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Anyone else's baby still have their angel kiss? My daughter has a stork bite on the back of her neck and an angel kiss on her forehead. Her pedi said the angel kiss would likely go away at 3 months (it hasn't, but it has gotten a tiny bit smaller) and the stork bite was likely permanent. My sister's son had an angel kiss but it didn't fade until he was almost one. I was talking to a lady yesterday who said her son had a severe one. She said it did fade, but he is 8 now and you can still see it, it's just not as severe.
Also wondering, what's the temperament of babies with angel kisses? My daughter is patient, and easy going. So is my nephew, and the lady I was talking to yesterday said the same of her son. Didn't know if it was a coincidence.
An angel kiss is very similar to a stork bite, but it's on their faces. The vascularization of an angel kiss is a bit more pixelated than solid when compared to a stork bite. It also darkens with emotion.
Thats fuuny that you posted about this as Dh and I were and have been talking about this. Emma is my first child out of TEN to have a storkbite. None of my children even have birth marks! My 18 year old has a tiny patch on her scalp that causes a small portion of her hair to grow out white, so I guess you would say thats a birthmark.But Emma about 2 months ago developed a teeny tint storkbite on the very back of her neck. I read things that said it could be a the beginings of a hemangioma or just a little bit of broken bloodvessels called a storkbite. Our doctor was no help, she just said to keep an eye on it....DUHHH! Really!!
As far as her personality goes she is VERY demanding and not the most patient. My other children cried only a handful of times and were very very easy keepers.Emma is a wonderful baby just more fussy at times and she lets us know it without missing a beat. She still wont laugh out loud. She smiles and talks and makes great eye contact and pays very good attention to us. But instead of a laugh she make this weird smirk as though she is already being sarcastic. LOL
We bought her an exersaucer yesturday and she LOVES this thing.She loves all the gadgets and gizmos and light with noises.She is trying to stand to reach everything. Its so cute.
Sonja, mommy to 6 girls & 4 boys
And baby # 11 (GIRL) due Oct 9, 2014
And 4 beautiful grandbabies
Jamison had angel kisses above his lip and above one eye, and a stork bite on the nape of his neck. The angel kisses have faded, but the stork bite is still there. It barely peeks below his hairline though, so chances are nobody will really notice it once his hair grows in all the way!
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