• laura

    Isn’t she a bit too young to have earrings or is that the normal thing to do in the US? She looks really adorable though, such a cheeky smile haha

    • Fi

      its the normal thing to do

      • laura

        Oh ok, thanks for telling me :)

    • http://www.twitter.com/ hudgens.

      Emma (the baby) in Friends had her ears pierced.

      • laura

        So weird… Here most girls don’t get their ears pierced until they are 11 or something, there are exceptions though.

        • http://www.twitter.com/ hudgens.

          Where are you from? Maybe it just has to do with culture.

          • laura

            Belgium :) but it’s like that in most European/western countries.
            Not to be condescending or anything, it’s just a fact, but here when girls get their ears pierced at such a young age, they mostly come from a family where no one is very well educated. Ugh that sounds really mean which really wasn’t my intention :s but yeah, I guess it’s culture.

          • http://www.twitter.com/ hudgens.

            Seems like it :)

          • Pamela Lansbury

            I see your point but I’m Italian and I got my ears pierced at 6 months (however I got to pierce them again at 13 years old). And my family is far to be composed by people “not very well educated”! :D I don’t think it’s about culture, it’s about “fashion”. For example here a girl can have pierced ears at every age (a little girl with earrings is somehow cute), but a boy with one or both the ears pierced is considered “not well educated” to use your words (oh, prejudice)! :D
            I mean, I got my ears pierced at the pharmacy back then so it’s quite usual!
            And aren’t Dani and her family Italians?

          • laura

            I read it was a common thing to get your ears pierced in Italy at a young age. But like in Belgium, Holland, France and Germany (these I know of) it’s an odd thing to do.
            I was just mostly talking about Belgium tbh, because here most jewelers won’t even pierce your ears if you aren’t 6 years or olders (looked that up haha). So idk I think it just depends where you live :)
            I honestly have no idea tbh but they might be.

          • March

            I found this conversation really interesting. Where i’m from, its customary and almost expected that your baby girls ears will be pierced the day they are born, or within a few days. The earlier the better basically (I think they do it to spear the child of the pain it will cause to get their ears pierced later on, as babies forget and recover from pain easier, and it’s expected in most South American countries that girls have pierced ears/wear earnings as a sign of femininity). Cool to learn about some cultural differences.

          • laura

            Yeah, that’s the main reason apparently why people get it done that young. But idk it didn’t hurt one bit for me, it’s kind of like getting a vaccination.
            But I think it is quite interesting as well since I was convinced that every girl got her ears pierced when she was in 6th grade, except for the few that get it done earlier. It’s such a stupid little thing and yet there are so many differences haha

          • Pamela Lansbury

            Yeah, it’s so cool! A simple thing like an ear piercing carries so many meanings across different cultures! :D And I’m not talking about Italy and China, but about Italy and Belgium that are somehow closer and part of the same continent… Wow, I could even write my final thesis about this ahahah

            For me it hurt A LOT when I was 13 years old, but I guess that having my ears pierced at 6 months wasn’t a big deal of pain, I mean, it’s an age in which a hug and the smile of your mom can carry away all your pain and problems (wanna get back in timeeeee)

          • laura

            I know right! Those countries are so close and yet we still have such different customs. I’m literally still in shock about this haha
            Really? With me it seriously didn’t hurt a thing but the jeweller did one ear wrong so the little hole wasn’t straight and I couldn’t put in earrings myself and then one day I took my first earrings again (you know the sharp ones) and made the hole straight by piercing it again. I am so bad at explaining things…
            Haha yes, you just squeeze your mom’s hand so she feels all the pain! And then you’d get ice cream for being such a big girl :p

          • Pamela Lansbury

            And I thought it was language that can change! In the town I live they say words in a way that isn’t compatible with the idioms of my hometown, which is only 43km far!

            About pain, it’s probably me, I can’t stand pain so much (I can’t even stand waxing my legs) ^^”

          • laura

            What? That’s crazy! Here practically every city has a different dialect, even if the next city is only 2 minutes away, they’ll still use different words. I don’t speak any dialects though since only 90 year olds speak the dialect from my city anymore.
            And the most awful thing is, that my grandparents all talk a different dialect so I often don’t understand a single thing they’re saying haha

            Are you serious? Waxing doesn’t hurt :o but then again, I can take a lot of pain :p

          • Pamela Lansbury

            It hurts for me! I’m really a coward ahahah
            Well, I can’t really speak the dialect of my hometown, but I can understand it! However speaking dialect is not considered polite, and when a younger use a dialect word in public s/he considered as not-well educated :D Here, too, there is a major dialect according to geography, however every city has its own idioms (an easy example, “roba” that can mean both stuff and clothes, in my hometown is “robb”, in the city I live “robbe”, then there is “robe” and so on) and as in your country cities aren’t far from each other :D

          • laura

            I find that it tickles at times haha
            Same here! You’re supposed to speak Dutch if you want to be all fancy but most of us teens just talk Flemish which is the Belgian dialect (complicated!).
            Omg that must be so freaking confusing if you want to learn Italian :o

          • Pamela Lansbury

            No, it’s easy because there’s Italian and then aaaaaaaaaaaaall the dialects that comes from everywhere. Btw even Italians don’t know Italian, so no problems. Foreigners speak Italian better than we did ahah

            @Guest Gosh I love your Granma!

          • laura

            Some of my friends are learning Italian but idk it looks kind of difficult, I find Spanish way easier tbh
            That is because all foreigners go to evening schools to learn Italian before they go on their vacation, I kid you not. My uncle did a year of Italian class before going to Italy because he was afraid they wouldn’t understand him :p

          • Pamela Lansbury

            Really? No way an Italian would do that! We use gestures, and it’s incredibly awkward and embarrassing! ^-^” Or at least, who know it, speak in English. Everywhere. It isn’t useful as well xD

          • Guest

            I got my ears pierced at 23. PAINFUL! Glad I did tho. But I am from an East European upbringing and I had to fight to get them pierced! Nice girls (according to granny) did not have holes in their ears! (Never mind SHE had diamond studs in her ears from about 12)

          • laura

            Haha omg grandma’s are so weird at times… My grandma screamed when she saw I cut my hair in a pixie because apparently, nice girls have long hair as well :p

          • M

            I’m French and I agree with what you said ;-)

    • Anonom

      Over a month old I think you can but sooner the better.

  • http://www.twitter.com/ hudgens.

    I just want to pinch those cheeks.

  • boystan

    ugly baby

    • bitches these days

      you’re ugly.

      • boystan

        listen honey i was only kidding xD xD xD x|

        • smfh

          that ain’t right

          • boystan

            bye let me live

    • http://oceanup.com OCEANUP

      where have you been boystan?

      • boystan

        i been playin but i’m back bae

        • http://oceanup.com OCEANUP

          <3

  • Fch

    How adorable

  • annie

    aweee she’s adorable

  • Grammy Winner Taylor Swift

    Clearly a fake, latex baby. Look at those beady glass eyes.

    • http://www.twitter.com/ hudgens.

      How stupid are you?

    • http://oceanup.com OCEANUP

      omg

  • Marina And My Diamonds

    Aawwwwwwwww
    wwwwww
    www
    w!

  • thecat61

    She’s a cuteeeeee!!!!

  • Maria Lopez

    She is beautiful..

  • http://www.twitter.com/ hudgens.
  • http://oceanup.com OCEANUP

    alena rose jonas will be hotter than noah cyrus

    • jul

      everyone is hotter than noah cyrus

    • http://www.twitter.com/ hudgens.

      oh lord

    • http://www.twitter.com/ hudgens.

      they’re two different people and Noah is much older.

    • Pamela Lansbury

      Come onnnnn Noah was a cute little girl! :D

  • Pamela Lansbury

    Such a Jonas face, she seems the female version of little Frankie

  • HolyGround

    She is such an adorable baby awww

  • Cici

    Very cute baby….but imo I don’t think babies should have their ears pierced. I think you should wait until they are old enough to make that choice on their own. A baby doesn’t need accessories, they are already beautiful & perfect :)

  • shanghai

    It is a tradition in a lot of countries to get ears pierced at a young age and varies from country to country. Think its better to wait until they are older myself as you have to be super careful not to pull on them and keep them clean to avoid infections.