My Locs have been neglected and every evening I've had to re-ti small patches to save my Locs from complete atrophy! It may take me an entire week to complete! But these week long sessions squeezed into my busy schedule will have to do until I find a loctician.
These sessions inspire many hair selfies. Some a little more hilarious as I play around with unsuccessful faux-loc bangs!
I'm not one of those parents that try a million super awesome supper cute kid hair styles with intricate basket weaves and braiding. (More power to you if you do, and if you need inspiration visit here.)
I just don't have time for that, and my daughter would rather I shave her head than sit through it. What I focus on is hair health; Sophie will rock a puff most days, with the occasional ballerina bun.
My kids are free, heck they wear jeans to church (something I was raised to believe was a sin), and they are occasionally ashy!
I don't make my girl wear the itchy tulle filled Haitian church dresses similar to those of my sketch youth and I don't risk my girl's edges for a haute hair style. (I have a small spot that has NEVER grown back from tight braids, aka tension alopecia.)
Missing in action yet again! Work has been demanding. The kids have been demanding. The husband has been passively demanding (ha). I moved (again) and If I neglect sisterlocked, I am probably neglecting my locs, skin, self... So, I making time for all of the above. More posts on their way!