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Holly Madison Wants to Give Kendra's Baby a Mohawk!

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Jan. 18 2010, Published 2:05 p.m. ET

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It's been over a month since former Girl Next Door — and current OK! cover starKendra Wilkinson gave birth to baby boy Hank Baskett IV, but good friend Holly Madison hasn't been out to Indiana to see the tot yet. Maybe it's because Kendra knows what Holly has in mind for Hank's hair!

"I want to give him a little Mohawk," Holly tells OK!. "Because he has all that fabulous hair!"

And while Holly, who says she's going out to Indiana to visit Kendra and the family at the end of the month, hasn't seen Hank in person, she has been keeping up with Kendra to see how she's handling first-time motherhood.

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"She’s doing great. She’s keeping on top of it," says Holly. "She’s still able to keep up with everybody. She’s just starting her second season of Kendra last week. I know between that and football season and husband Hank Baskett III's team the Indianapolis Colts doing so well and the new baby that household has got to be just out of control."

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