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Austin , Texas, United States / October 16, 2010
Cooper Bayne shaved his head in solidarity with people battling cancer
when he was 2,035 days old.
head, youngest, YAA, Break Cancer, LIVESTRONG, kid, shaving
cool but dangerus
Mick, I think you should send in photos and information about the event for now. If this category ever generates controversy, we can deal with issues related to the birth certificate.
Dan, I definitely have photos of Eli going through the shaving and the bald-headed aftermath. The St. Baldrick's website doesn't appear to have events from 2009 archived. I'll see if I can find any official paperwork, as I directed the event. As for birthdates, what would I need to submit as proof? Birth certificates? I don't know how I'd feel about making electronic copy of Eli's and sending it out over the Internet, but if that's what Cooper's parents had to do, then I'd certainly understand!
Mick, do you have any photos/video? Can you prove both their birth dates and date of participation in the St. Baldrick's event?
First of all, I want to commend Cooper. He set an inspiring record and I hope more young children follow his awesome exaple!
My sons Xavier and Elijah also shaved their heads for St. Baldrick's in March 2009. Elijah was 1,921 days old. What sort of documentation would I need to submit?
CooperBayane on 10/16/2010