Here’s how one dad styles his daughter’s hair.
This winning hack from Peanuts earns the FOREHEAD SMACK OF BRILLIANCE.
Parenthackers share tips for getting a child to stop nailbiting.
Maisha’s elegant solution for keeping ponytail holders accessible.
Adorable + functional: my favorite combination.
There’s nothing better than a dead-simple toy that invites hands-on (or mouth-on!) experimentation. Especially when said “toy” can be purchased at the hardware store for practically nothing.
A gentle hair-washing hack from Kate: If you are afraid of shampoo in the eyes, or have sensitive skin, try a baking soda paste to wash hair. Seriously. No suds, safe to ingest, leaves hair squeaky clean. Follow with conditioner. Cheap, too! Is baking soda magical or what? You can use the stuff to brush […]
via leechbabe.com Never again shall "but I couldn't find the brush!" be an excuse for wild hair. Hilarious! Thanks for sharing this on the Facebook page, Marita.
Bring back the stocking cap! Tracy did and it kept her daughter cozy in bed while keeping heating bills low: My daughter took a bath before bed and was uncomfortable and cold because her hair was wet. Being that this time of year the heat doesn't always kick in as much as during the winter, […]