A common phrase is "Daddy's Little Girl", which is usually the case. Daddy's are usually their daughter's first love. Every moment that is spent with dads by their daughters are memorable moments that they will forever remember. A father's relationship with his daughter is very important, because a daughter can learn so much from him.
In society we are accustomed to our little girls hair being done by moms or at least a female figure. However, women of today are career women, or maybe even just a busy mom or wife. Therefore, we are now seeing more cases of fathers that have to step up to the plate to take on parent duties one of the most popular duties is fathers styling their daughter's hair.
Some dads may feel frustrated at the thought of having to do his daughter's hair, while other dads may feel like hey if a woman can do it so can I. When asking around I found that 8 out of 10 dads are left on a regular basis to have to get their childr…
Our children have ways of expressing themselves in many different aspects. One of the most popular ways is by appearance. Appearance is very important to children of all ages and they love to have their own style. Hair, clothing, and accessories all play a major part in this regardless of their age. My daughter is getting older and I am starting to notice that at the age of four years old she wants to make her own style decisions such as clothing, rooms decor and hair.
I believe that the ideas come from our children being around a variety of different peers or it could possibly be a magazine, book, or television show. In today's society kids are sometimes exposed to a lot, so they are learning faster than normal.
Often times I just allow my daughter to be creative with her styles, but with my help though of course, just her ideas. My daughter attends a private daycare were they wear uniforms and have a strict dress code policy, so guess what our only way to spice it up during the…
Summer time is here and we have to be sure that we do everything in our power to keep our children's hair healthy under these hot muggy conditions of the summer weather. There are 6 tips that I follow during the summer to be sure that Rayna keeps her hair healthy in the heat. 1. Moisturize Your Hair DAILY
- being that we already know that keeping the hair moisturized is the key to healthy hair, well during these hot summer days the sun drys our hair out. Some recommended products are Shea Butter, Coconut Oil, or Olive Oil. 2. Drink plenty of WATER
- water is very important to our body in many ways and yes it helps keep our hair healthy. 3. DON'T allow your hair to DRY out
- stay away from products with alcohol, sulfur, and formaldehyde 4. USE deep conditioner every two weeks
-be sure to wash it out 5. Try to avoid HEATING appliances.
-if it is a must that you use heat, be sure to use a heat protecting oil 6. DON'T go swimming without a swim cap.
-Remember to always wash…
today's time there are always new trends and different styles amongst children.
Lately one of the most popular styles is to have the "natural " look.
Sometimes we often find it more convenient to use a relaxer on our girls, because
this way we have less work to do when it comes to caring for and maintaining our
children's hair. However, keeping your child's hair natural will help them
embrace their natural texture and they won't have to deal with the harsh
chemicals in relaxers that are detrimental to their hair. Regardless of the
texture or race, ifhair is taken care
of properly it grows at a rate of nearly a half inch per month.
would like to know any questions, concerns, or anything that you may want to know
about maintaining your child's hair. I am
going to start by sharing with you the steps that I follow to maintain Rayna's
Wash and condition at least once a week, this adds moisture back into the
strands of her hair while keeping the…
I was inspired to create my blog on natural children's hair, by my daughter Rayna. After having My daughter Rayna I gained a passion for creating cute and fun hair styles to fit her loving and bubbly personality. It was also a big convenience to know how to maintain her hair on my own and to be able to create styles that would help make our lives easier. I began to research and come up with some wonderful ideas, upon doing so people would often ask me for help or infomation. I sometimes even maintain their child's hair. After realizing how many parents were actually clueless or didn't have time to research. I decided to start a blog to help some parents who are in need of some information and style ideas.