Legacy

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    1. I had SO much I wanted to add to this but my energy was eluding me yesterday 😣

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    1. Our example far outweighs our words or lectures!!!

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      1. Absolutely. They teach us, we teach them and we all grow together.πŸ’›

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  1. So much right there in a few short words.

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    1. Exactly! My mom used to tell me ‘everything doesn’t have to be a lesson’…true to an extent. But they are always watching and I think about that now every moment.

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  2. Self-Care is caring for our minis. πŸ’“

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    1. And doing either right is impossible most of the time! 😣

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      1. Lately, I’ve been slipping on banana peels. But I figure, if we can just wash our bodies and brush our teeth…. We don’t even have to brush our hair, then I’m doing okay. That is about, the most self care that I can get to in a day. πŸ˜€

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        1. Oh i gave up brushing hair months ago. She can live with rats. I keep mine super short and my little thing of coconut oil extract keeps me sparkly….well, sparkly as im gonna get. I have a funny (to me) post in a few days about these gals’ “beauty regimen” πŸ˜‚

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          1. πŸ˜‚ Combing and brushing hair is a full time task. I was so relieved when he got a haircut. But it’s growing back at rapid speed. I told him if he wanted his hair longer again, then he will have to start learning how to groom and tame his own curls.
            Your #teamcoconut πŸ™ŒYou can always find something ‘coconutty’ in our hair products. I use vitamin e drops and raw coconut oil, too. It keeps my hair moisturized. I use it on us both. He has a different texture of hair and curl pattern than me, so some products work on his hair, but do not work on mine. But most of the coconut things, we share. In fact, depending on what we’re using, we cut hair brushing and combing down by half.
            Let the baby stay in her natural stateπŸ™ŒπŸ˜πŸ™Œ. Brushing and combing is overrated. Water and a nice daily moisturizer (you can even make your own and store it in a spray bottle.) Get her hair wet, Spritz it, use your fingers as a comb, let it air-dry, and she is good to go. This was *not advice, promise. I just love talking about this stuff 😁
            I can’t wait to read that post!!!!

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            1. I don’t think I could ever put my stuff in her hair! We both have stick straight but of course mine is short where I’d probably just end up making her look like she had bacon grease in her hair (I thank my brother for his references). And she gets a huge dreadlock in one area on the back of her head overnight! Whenever we go see Maddy, i gesture to her *ear length!* cause J will say “up to my chin only”. Yeah, no. Until you know where I keep the brush you aren’t allowed to have hair πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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            2. D-tangler is my loyal companion! I too, experience the dreadlock. My curls fall in love and twist around each other tightly πŸ˜‚. Oh yeah, no coconut oil on every head..(bacon greaseπŸ˜‚)..lolol. I hear you with the hair length. They act like they won’t yell and squirm, when we have to comb through all of that stuff. I say to Jeh: β€˜how about we make it shorter?’ Him: β€˜no, I like it longer.’ πŸ˜‘πŸ˜‘ Then you’d like to brush your own hair.

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