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Our daughter, Allie has the most beautiful curls! What more can I say about them? Well, except the fact that they are close to impossible to brush – whether wet or dry!


A view from behind of a little girl swinging on a swing.

Yes, close to impossible would be accurate… trying to put her dry, curly hair into a ponytail or braid?  Forget about it.  It isn’t going to happen on its own.  

The great part about her curly hair – other than the fact that I think it is just beautiful – is that I also had the same hair when I was her age.  I can remember my mom breaking brushes in my hair, in an attempt to try to brush it for school.  I’ve also learned that there are a lot of tools that will prevent painful brushing. I used to cringe when I would have to brush my hair and I did the same with our daughter… until I discovered five steps that make all the difference.

1- Wash your kids’ hair with JOHNSON’S® NO MORE TANGLES® shampoo & conditioner.  I just put it on her during her bath to clean her hair and scalp and gently detangle her little locks. To use it, just wet child’s hair with warm water, apply shampoo, gently lather and rinse. It has the NO MORE TEARS® formula and combines shampoo & conditioner, so it’s the perfect pick for bath time.

A close up of a bottle of Johnson\'s shampoo and conditioner.

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Hi there!

I’m Becky, a former elementary school teacher turned certified child development therapist and blogger. I work at home with my husband and together we are raising (and partially homeschooling) our four children in the Carolinas. I love diet coke, ice cream, and spending time with my family.

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