Babies love to grab people's hair. The scary thing is, when a single strand wraps around one of their fingers or toes, or even their genitals, it can cause nerve damage!

To keep baby Baz safe, new momma Divine Lee got a new short hairstyle! Fyi, this was how long her hair used to be:

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She gave fans a look at her new 'do on her IG stories and wrote, "Motherhood + aning = shortest haircut. I'm always praning coz he keeps pulling my hair. I'm scared he might get a hair tourniquet while I'm sleeping."

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In another IG story, she further explained why she decided to chop her locks: "Because we co-sleep. And sometimes I wake up because he grabs my hair. I get praning that he might get a hair tourniquet while I'm sleeping."

Divine also stated in the same story that a hair strand can sometimes be found inside the baby's mittens or socks. She always checks and turns the socks and mittens inside out to be extra safe.

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The hairstyle is practical—we totally love that Divine did it for baby Baz's safety! There's no doubt that it's a pretty haircut, too. The layered lob's soft waves effortlessly graze her features, and its shape makes it a wash-and-wear 'do.

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This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.

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