@ddo your boy will still show the world your true hair ohhh Tip is to secure with bobby pins from the top, so they can withstand some tugging. Great tips on the meals, things we take for granted here.
@pearl 2-3months paternity!!!! wawu! That’s great bonding time to learn and unlearn. I trust you to make your hair as @oluwakemine said, SUPERWOMAN!! That is one thing i can’t do, even to loosen braids, my hands will be aching like i was carrying weights.Sorry about the pains, It seems common though. @bibi also complained about them. On induction, your latest BOSS will decide how he wants to make his grand appearance. I recall crying on Saturday appointment because I wanted mine out before his EDD, the doctor requested we did a stress test on Tuesday then schedule an induction because he was still so high up. Monday, his EDD, my water broke and he graced us with his presence.
@ddo even if you learnt to weave or so from boarding school, it isn’t the same as braiding with attachment et al. Well with the exception of crotchet, i could do that myself if i was abroad because I can weave my hair to for wigs/crotchet but adding attachment is a different story.
@oluwakemine that is the story of the black woman abroad. Why do you think most of them don’t have “fresh” hair. When you pay such, you ensure the hair lasts for months. I used to loosen the front and redo myself to extend its life…. Sometimes, one may even live in areas where such salons won’t exist. My sisinlaw travels from Switzerland to London to make her hair and shop African food at least 4 times a year. The other times, she says thank God for wigs.