So today started with my alarm going off at 5:50 am and me DESPERATE to return to the best “sexy” dream I’ve even had.
Fast forward 12 hours to me putting 2 kids in the car and going out to get stuff to treat head lice. 340 more words
As a former teacher, I was instructed to look for certain issues. Some examples: Kids who squint, meaning they might need glasses, kids who frequently mix up letters like p and d and b and q, who might be dyslexic, and for kids who scratch their heads a lot, meaning they might have head lice. 1,822 more words
Is my product review, expensive and shoddy bottle, it maybe “Made by Mums”, but it’s priced by accountants.
The push top spray part is fragile, doesn’t work properly, if the bottle said, expensive ingredients so we’ve kept the price down with a cheap far east bottle, I wouldn’t be so pissed of. 30 more words
Hair health is often forgotten about by parents until it falters. Like teeth, good hair-health habits practised early can actually have benefits later in life. With around 65% of all adults suffering hair loss at some point in their future, good practice set in place now can help minimise the extent of hair damage and hair loss as children grow older. 293 more words
The moment you see your child scratching her head you panic, don’t you? After all, it is every mother’s worst nightmare come true. If your child’s head is infested with lice, then it’s a long battle to kill the lice and get rid of the nits (lice eggs). 805 more words