When did you start to notice significant hair growth?
Awww...absolute cuteness!!! I miss my daughter being this little, but I appreciate the fine young woman she has become!
She looks so cute! It's amazing how much her hair has grown! Wow!!!
awwwww SO cute!
she looks like she's thinking about something very important in that second photo. have you noticed how quickly a child's hair grows? one day A had a puff, the next day she had a 'fro. ;)
Omg. A is so adorable. Yes it is amazing how much a childs hair can grow from age 1 to 4. I love her puffs. Do people always ask you if you used any growth aids because they can't believe how much her hair has grown so quickly? Man, I miss my lil men at that age.
Aww I loove chunky babies. So cute
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Too cute! Nikki, I have to send you a huge thank you. Yesterday, I tried the conditioner/finger detangle while washing my two girls' hair yesterday. It made the wide tooth just glide through their hair when we were done. I tried banding their hair before bed but before I could braid it, they went in for the swim lesson. You truly are a gem of valuable information. Thank you!!! Thank you!!! Thank you! A and lil man are blessed babies to have you and we are too!
Awww so precious!
She is just the cutest little thing :)
super cute.. i love puffs.. i wish my lil baby had that much hair.. she's still a work in progress but her curls are just starting to come in now.. Amirah had so much extra hair at the same age.. crazy how it works..
I can't stop looking at these pics of A. She is sooo cute. I forgot to ask you...did A's hair texture change as she became older? It looks like her hair was thinner with a loose curl.
Thanks everyone!dimples, yes her hair changed every year up until she was like 3 or 4. :)
@Beads, Braids, & BeyondWow. At what age would you say, her hair was very easy to take care of? I say with my oldest...from the time he was a baby until 5 years old. His hair as a newborn was so straight but thin but alot to the point you could not see his scalp..it looked like he had a wrap. Within 2 months his hair was still straight but half way down he had these big loose curls. Although his hair is still easy to care for ( water/conditioner spritz and he's good to go) but since his hair is not a loose curl pattern is a 3b/3c from what someone told me, I have to be extra extra careful with detangling because it can easily break. That's the only thing is the difference in detangling for us now.
dimples, when she was a baby it was easy for me. lol I was so clueless that once she really got hair, even a little, it was somewhat of a struggle for me. Now that I know what I'm doing, it's very easy. I feel like I have a great routine that works for her, great products that work for her, so it's smooth sailing now! :)
my daughters hair keep changing texture the older they get also.. Amirah's just gets thicker every year so far... although at 3 i'm not sure how much thicker it will progress to now.. but i find it's easier now that i too have learnt how to care for it.. she will not be left to have only puffs from now on .. AMEN!!!
aww, so adorable!
I found that my daughter's hair texture has changed since birth as well...it was stick straight up until about age 2 months, then got curlier/wavier until age 3.
So Adorable. I love puff, they are so simple and fun to add huge ballies to
@ Beads, Braids, & BeyondI'm so happy for you, I hear ya smooth sailing and happy growing.@ Renee Lol. Puffs are cute, but I hear ya, sometimes you do want to switch it up.
awww how precious! She's so cute!
She is so cute!!! Her hair looks like my daughters! I can't wait until my little girl has more hair. I can't wait to try some of your great styles!!
Awwww she was sooo chucky and adorable she reminds me of my little Bre with her to puff balls, too cute.
I get such a kick out of A's throwback pictures. She is just too darned cute!
Very cute! She has not changed.
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