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Jay Z Instagrams Photos of Blue Ivy’s Coily Fro on the Grow

Avatar • Mar 11, 2014

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A couple of days ago Jay Z uploaded a photo of the crawling toddler to his Instagram account. Her curls are poppin!

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He also uploaded another picture of the two of them having a fun father-daughter moment with spring rocking horse during a recent trip to a playground.

The whole Carter family was spotted having a family day out in Dublin, Ireland, one of Beyonce’s tour stops.

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naya
naya
6 years ago

you rock those curls baby carter!!!

Beth
Beth
6 years ago

Her curls are adorable but they need to look after her hairline. She clearly has very fine delicate hair and the hairline is even more delicate in this case.

HeavnsGirl
HeavnsGirl
6 years ago
Reply to  Beth

Those are “baby hairs.” Maybe you’re used to seeing them gelled down and brushed within an inch of their lives with a toothbrush, but this is what they look like in their natural habitat.

You’re welcome.

J.R
J.R
6 years ago

Btw, BGLH, why do you people keep on showing Blue Ivy’s hair when some people here keep on with negative comments on a 2yr old.. A 2yr old, I mean this website is all about positivity but I feel like responsibilty also lies on the owner’s of this website, she is a 2year old, all the articles featured here are by grown women who have willfully subjected themselves to be featured. Am saying this because I have been following Blue’s articles and people have postive comments and people shut down the negative ones, but I feel for Blue and enough is… Read more »

jojosatoes
jojosatoes
6 years ago
Reply to  J.R

Could they be facilitating “trifling commenters” as described in the below article published on this very site not so long ago? I think so.
http://bglh-marketplace.com/2014/02/ew-your-babys-hair-is-turning/

Bhamanon
Bhamanon
6 years ago
Reply to  jojosatoes

The pics were on Instagram so it’s not like bglh took the pics themselves. I guess if the parents aren’t worried about exposing their child to public opinion, then what can you do, you know?
However I totally agree that children should be left alone and negative comments kept to yourself. People need to show a little more class.

Dorian
6 years ago
Reply to  Bhamanon

I think that is why actors like Jennifer Garner and Halle Berry have joined together to make sure pictures of their children are not included in publications. They are making efforts to protect their children since in theory they didn’t choose their celebrity, but the parents chose theirs. But like it was said, he uploaded the pictures to his instagram, so…

However, I still think the general public has been pretty cruel regarding this 2 year old’s hair.

sid
sid
6 years ago
Reply to  J.R

I totally get what you are saying and I’m sure bglh mean no harm when they post these types of articles. But I can see both sides to this so here is another perspective. I think unfortunately these types of discussions should be done in order to shed some light and positivity to those that are ignorant with a negative mindset about kinky/afro textured hair. When I see a negative comment on here, like you mentioned more than likely someone or many commenters will put them in their place and those constructive and or positive comments in my humble opinion… Read more »

coffeeandfingernails
6 years ago
Reply to  J.R

I’m happy to say that for the most part this site has been a positive space and when negative comments do get made, they are quickly shut down with down-votes and counter-posts. BGLH simply shared pics that were already publicly available. The problem isn’t Blue’s parents who are doing what all modern parents do these days–share cute pics of their kids on social media–or BGLH that shared the pics with nothing but approval and cooing for the baby girl but people petty enough to throw shade on a child. I think the best way to address those fools is exactly… Read more »

Amber
Amber
6 years ago
Reply to  J.R

I seriously doubt this 2 yr old is reading anything anyone is writing about her on any BlogSpot. Swear to god, some of ya’ll always getting your panties in a bunch over nothing.

Anon87
Anon87
6 years ago

My gosh, such a spitting image of beyonce! Genes are an amazing phenomena…!

iluvedges
iluvedges
6 years ago
Reply to  Anon87

WRONG, she looks the spitting image of Jay‑Z not Queen Bey

Anon87
Anon87
6 years ago
Reply to  iluvedges

Ok lol. It’s not “wrong,” just my opinion; she looks just like beyonce in her younger years. Especially in that first photo. *shrug*

anastasia
anastasia
6 years ago
Reply to  Anon87

I see features from both mom and dad and find her absolutely adorbs!! So cute! Awwww…you go baby blue!

Toni
Toni
6 years ago
Reply to  Anon87

I normally see only Jay Z when I look at little Blue (the exception being her very first baby pictures). However, I think that you’re right with that first picture. It’s the first time since the newborn pictures where I looked at her and said “she looks so much like her mom”.

Naturally Lovely
6 years ago

Cute little girl. Looks just like her dad.

cacey
cacey
6 years ago

wow, she is truly a perfect blend of both parents. i don’t think i’ve ever seen a baby that looked so much like a fusion of her parents before lol most children borrow heavily from one parent or the other, as far as i can tell, but Blue Ivy is truly a split down the middle. i see Beyonce and JayZ all at once in her face lol I like her hurr, but i liked it even before they “did something to it” back when most black people were like “ugh, why won’t they comb that child’s hair?!?” so hopefully… Read more »

katie
katie
6 years ago
Reply to  cacey

Most countries are not celebrity obsessed like the U.S. That’s why they are able to walk around and not be harassed. They could care less about celebrity. These photos were taken by their people most likely.

cacey
cacey
6 years ago
Reply to  katie

oh, i see. thanks lol that does make perfect sense

J.R
J.R
6 years ago

Thanks Dorian,

I mean I know Beyonce and Jay Z are celebrities, but people also have to be human, how would you feel if your child’s photos were taken from your Instagram, Fb etc then posted to some website and everyone being mean, about your child..

jeez, it’s unfair, it’s very heartbreaking how people have been commenting about this child, not fair at all..

the_lovely_one
the_lovely_one
6 years ago

Why does this site obsessively post about a 2 year old girl? She’s not a hair icon. She’s just a normal little girl. Leave her alone. You will just continue to invite the nasty comments that have surrounded this girl and her hair.

Amber
Amber
6 years ago
Reply to  the_lovely_one

She is not normal. She is the child of celebrities who proudly flaunt her in public knowing paparazzi are constantly nipping at their heels. Point in case. Who has seen Halle Berry’s son? Any photos of him gracing the airwaves? Of course not. Why? Because Halle put it on lock down. She wants her child to be “normal” and has deliberately kept him out of sight. Bey and J know what they are doing. They aren’t raising a “normal” child. They are raising a celebrity. Take the issue up with them and stop attacking a BlogSpot.

joy karen
joy karen
6 years ago
Reply to  Amber

the words “halle berry” and “normal” should never be used in the same sentence. she might be doing all the right things for her son but there’s nothing normal about her. and to all t hose who are on her side, i am on the side of david justice and erik benet and michael delorenzo and wesley snipes and eric benet’s daughter, india and michael ealyand gabiel aubry, et. al.

jillian
jillian
6 years ago

awww she is so cute, she starting to look like her momma she gonna have a lot of hair and I’m happy they are not doing anything to it and they are letting it rock and she rocking it lol!

mrssmm
mrssmm
6 years ago
Reply to  jillian

Sorry! Too quick on the draw; meant to give your comment a thumbs up.

C in Colorado
C in Colorado
6 years ago

What a cutie pie! I bet she has that typical irrepressible “I can do anything” toddler spirit, lol.

crystalc
crystalc
6 years ago

I remember when I was younger and rocking on those springing horses. I tore them up. I tried to get my forehead to touch the ground lol.

C in Colorado
C in Colorado
6 years ago
Reply to  crystalc

Haha! 🙂

Man, do they even have those over here in the U.S. anymore? They’ve done away with a lot of playground stuff from my day due to safety. Big tall metal slides and jungle gyms, seesaws, and those addictive rotating wheels that made you nauseated!

Our parents back then were all matter-of-fact like “hmm, well, you gone learn today!”

anastasia
anastasia
6 years ago
Reply to  C in Colorado

Our parents back then were all matter-of-fact like “hmm, well, you gone learn today!” LOL!!! So TRUE!!

Finn
Finn
6 years ago

One thing is apparent : that man adores his daughter.

Pat
Pat
6 years ago

She is so adorable!!

Elle
Elle
6 years ago

Agree with j.R. above — We should ALL have an investment in protecting Black children from intentionally derogatory, trollish, hateful vitriol. MODERATORS, MODERATE! Leila Noelliste runs Baby & Blog, does she allow the same hurtful language to go unchecked about her children, or the children featured there? A recent article ran on Baby & Blog “10 Ways to Build Self-Esteem in Black Girls”, and it should be adhered to in the moderation for the comments section when featuring photos of Blue Ivy and other children. I think this site has an obligation to protect the children it generates revenue and… Read more »

Amber
Amber
6 years ago
Reply to  Elle

The internet is 25 yrs old. Celebrities know by now if they allow themselves or their children to be photographed for public purposes, they automatically invite comments of all kinds, neg and pos. If you ppl had a vested interest in protecting these children, you would address the parents and demand they stop allowing paparazzi free rein of their children. Period. Stop attacking the BlogSpot and actually take a real stand in the real world.

Tania
Tania
6 years ago

No matter what article is put on any website ppl are going to find something negative to say. Personally I love the power couple and I enjoy seeing pics of the little one as she grows. I think it’s kinda cool they r embracing her natural curls.Alot of parents including my mother put tons of product in to manipulate texture or put tons of ponytails and accessories in that could possibly do harm childrens hair. They dont seem to b doing that, they seem to be letting her hair do as it may and i love and respect that idea.Who… Read more »

Cheryl
Cheryl
6 years ago

Oh how I relish pics of beautiful baby Blue! I love how Bey and Jay have her rocking her natural hair!! That’s what up!!!

t.c.
t.c.
6 years ago

Black media, including sites like BGLH, and their obsession with this 2 year old baby is downright sick. This child is not a celebrity, her parents are. Using a 2 year old as website click bait and holding her up as some kind of style and hair icon is SICK. Grown ass women “stanning” for her parents is pathetic enough, but to pass that weirdo obsession onto her innocent child is another level of crazy.

No wonder Michael Jackson kept his kids faces covered.

Bee
Bee
6 years ago

Agree with t.c. I don’t see the point of exposing her as a hairstyle icon when most African American babies have their hair au naturel, anyway. Did you expect otherwise? Most importantly, give her room to “BE” and to experience the word “PRIVACY”.

Milan
Milan
6 years ago

I think BGLH is posting about Blue because she is a natural-haired girl that gets a lot of attention from the media, and that she could be influential because not many naturals have the spotlight right now. Just because there is a post about her does not mean BGLH is proclaiming her an “icon”, she’s just a cute natural haired girl many of us like to “oooo” and “ahh” over. I don’t think Jay & Beyoncé really care about what people say. They’ve been judged their whole lives for decisions they’ve made and now they’re just doing there own thing. Jay… Read more »

Milan
Milan
6 years ago
Reply to  Milan

*their* sorry

lexibugg
lexibugg
6 years ago

I love seeing lil lady blue and love the fact that her hair is not being pulled into tight ponies or fried with chemicals. …I hate it when people make comments about bey needing to do her hair.…she is teaching healthy hair practices and a love of her natural beauty from the beginning. …and yes I realize bey is the queen of lace fronts and weave but we don’t know what she rocks at home, in private with her family.…I remember when my lil sis had her first.…I told her to leave her natural and let her rock her fro… Read more »

no name
no name
6 years ago

I think Blue Ivy is a pretty toddler. People make comments about the child hair because it is not kept well. That has to do with the parents if the parents do not know how to upkeep their little toddlers hair they should hire a nanny who can groom and dress the child. I understand Jay‑Z is the care giver and holds this responsibility, but Blue needs a woman touch when it comes to hair grooming and dressing. I also understand Beyonce does not know how to groom hair or dress the toddler therefore a real nanny is needed in… Read more »

Emmeaki
6 years ago
Reply to  no name

WTF are they supposed to do with her hair? She’s just a baby. Only self-hating black people are freaking out over a toddler’s hair. I just read an article on this site about a 3‑year-old with bald spots in her hair because her mother relaxed it. Until the child’s hair grows longer, there’s not much you can do with it.

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