This piece originally appeared on Her View From Home
Maybe it's my "mom hair" (thanks, New York Times, for that label) or maybe it's that I look perpetually tired that encourages near strangers to ask me how many kids I have. At my last dental cleaning, my hygienist (whom I had only met one time prior) asked this very question.
"Two," I replied.
"Oh! That's great!! How old are they?!"
As a mom, there's plenty I feel guilty about. Until today, however, my hair hadn't topped the list. According to The New York Times - which published a piece yesterday titled, "Mom Hair. It Exists. Now What to Do About It." - I shou...
Are you tired of trying everything only to fail to keep your hair healthy and lengthy? Are you sick of searching for hair tips to make your hair stronger, smoother and shinier? Sure, there are many shampoos and chemicals that you ca...
I still wish a white adoptive mom would ask me about black haircare. But I understand why they don't.
Yesterday I came across a New York Times article titled, "Mom Hair: It Exists. Now What To Do About It." If you don't have time to read the entire offensive and idiotic piece, allow me to give you the gist: apparently moms are cutti...