You did what?!?!
Okay, I’m gonna go out on a limb here and say that this sounds pretty weird…sorry, but it’s how I feel.
But let’s hold our horses until we get all the pertinent info, okay?
Read on and let us know if you think this woman was an a**hole for shaving her baby’s unibrow.
“I have a baby girl who has a very thick unibrow. Of course I think she is beautiful, including her bushy little brow, but I am SO tired of the comments from other people.
Literally on a daily basis, people tell me I should dress her up as Frida Kahlo for Halloween, jokingly ask if she has a caterpillar on her face, tell me dad must be really hairy, etc. Nobody seems to notice anything about her except that unibrow. So, I shaved a little separation into her brow. I used a tiny little facial razor that is very gentle on skin and made sure to take care of her skin afterwards.
It didn’t cause any sort of irritation or issues and I’ve continued to do it every week or so. My husband finally noticed (I did it initially about a month ago) and demanded to know how I could possibly do something like that to our child.
He’s angry with me because: 1) I didn’t run it by him first; 2) I’m going to give her body image issues; and 3) there’s nothing wrong with a unibrow. I told him when she’s old enough to voice her opinions she can tell me what she wants, but until then I’m going to keep shaving it so that people notice more than just her unibrow.
He told me to post it on here to “prove” to me that I’m the AH.”
Let’s see how folks on Reddit reacted to this.
This reader said they think it’s funny that it took the husband so long to notice.
And this Reddit user said she’s NTA and what’s the harm in doing this when she’s so young.
Another individual also said she’s NTA and that she did this for a good reason.
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