Some mornings my daughter wakes up in her crazy hair. Hair is all over, standing up, and all tangled. It looks like it's ironed for hours—very amusing to look at. Combing is a challenge for tangled hairs. So the best time to comb it is after she showers. Good thing we've got a nice comb with fine bristles, perfect for the kind of baby hair she got. Her hair is actually extra soft when it's dry and comb properly.
Obviously, she got her hair from her Dada: very fine, thin, and brown. When she was born, her hair looked very much like mine: thick and black. I thought that the texture and color will stay, but I was wrong. Most of her newborn hair were falling as she was growing up and were replaced with very fine, brown hair. I am not sure if this is going to be her natural hair. My only one wish is that, her hair gets thicker as she grows. :)