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Jerinda's Corner: The Taming of the "Do"

I have decided to start writing my own, personal articles about my family so my readers can get to know us. I figured for my first article, I’d write about my son’s hair. If you’ve been reading my reviews, namely the ones with pictures of my 4 year old, Quinn, you’ve probably noticed his crazy, out of control hair. Since he was born, the kid has had a full head of hair. It’s always been thick, crazy, and virtually untamable. Even wetting his hair down completely and brushing it into submission doesn’t work because as soon as it dries, it’s crazy again. Why, you ask? I have no idea. Some days it will lay down great with no help at all, but most days he wakes up with crazy hair and no matter what I do, it just won’t lie down. It’s become sort of his trademark and very fitting of his wild and silly personality. People say to him all the time, “Boy, your hair is crazy!” and his response as of late is, “I know, I know!” Really, it doesn’t bother me so much anymore. It’s part of what makes him uniquely “Quinn” and I love that about it.

I leave you with a picture of his crazy hair from today. It’s particularly crazy because he refused to brush it after his bath last night, so it was matted and wild when he went to bed and this was the morning product…