With five of our six children in full day school, we’ve definitely learned a thing or two about how important it is to have an effective parent-teacher relationship. Today’s question comes from Susah, who asks, “How do you approach a child’s teacher when you disagree about a grade or think...read more.
I know this post has nothing to do with hairstyles, but this story shared by my twins Brooklyn and Bailey was simply so inspirational… I had to share! My children had to make up a snow day at school yesterday, yes over Memorial Day, which didn’t sit super well with them, of...read more.
Todays #MomMinute topic is about dealing with divorce. While it hasn’t shown up often in my life, we do have a few cases of close family members or friends who have gone through a divorce.Today’s question comes from Olivia who asks, “My parents just got divorced, and do not get...read more.
For the longest time, mornings have been the hardest part of our days. Not that the carpools after school are not daunting themselves, but that to get six children ready for the day in the shortest amount of time is very… grueling!Today’s topic comes from a question by viewer Vicki,...read more.
Happy Mother’s Day to all you amazing moms out there! I have been a mother for over 14 years now, and I have lots of Mother’s Day memories, among all the many other wonderful memories I have with my family. There is certainly more to life than hairstyles!For those of...read more.
One of the biggest questions I get asked is if my girls enjoy having their hair done. In general, yes, they do. However, just like every other family, we have our moments. When it comes to filming hairstyles, we have never forced our girls to be a model, it has...read more.
Two BIG announcements today! I love days like today, because we get to share some fun news with you, in a way that is for sure to make you smile!First, we launched our hairstyle app today, which can be found on iTunes and Google Play!There are 2 versions of the...read more.
One thing our family loves to do is travel. Rather than buying things to make us happy, we prefer to create memories with our children.Unfortunately, there is no easy way to travel with so many kids. For today’s #MomMinute on The Mom’s View, we invited my good friend, Colete Butler,...read more.
Most of you will not know this, but our son was diagnosed with hyposensitivity disorder as an infant when he wouldn’t respond to normal everyday stimuli. Through years of several types of therapy, including the implementation of a multi-sensory environment for him, he has been able to progress significantly. As...read more.
I am very grateful for all the wonderful advice given to me over the years, particularly from my grandmothers, my mom, and friends. Not only for the advice given to me as a young girl and the challenges I had faced, but for advice given to me as I came...read more.