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Gilly's Mum
@Gilly's Mum
06/13/13 02:55:54AM
25 posts

Need to know if my progression is normal.. :)


Help! Save My Dreads

I think they're looking nice! How did you start them?

I dont know if others would agree, but I think you can stop covering them while they sleep. The movement of your head on the pillow will help them to lock up.

As for your tips, a lot of people have loose ends. I initially thought i would try to blunt Gill's tips but in the end I just let them do their thing. She probably has a good 3 inches at the ends of her dreads that is loose and fine. It's really a preference. I know that she has one dread that has a blunted end where the tip sort of folded in upon the rest of the lock and dreaded up with it, but this takes time.

Loose hairs come with the territory and again... they just take time time time. Every one has em. Eventually they will find their way into a near by dread.

Keep on keepin on! And welcome to the site!

Gilly's Mum
@Gilly's Mum
06/09/13 11:45:20PM
25 posts

My 11 year old daughter wants her hair dreaded???


Dreads in the Family

Hey, I was wondering what you and your daughter ended up deciding?

My daughter is 6 and has had her dreads for a year and a half. She is just finishing up Kindergarten here at a public school in the States. I've not had anyone from school say anything to me about it.

At the start of the year I wrote a little note to her teacher explaining that Gilly chose to have dreads and that if she ever had any questions about it, to just let me know.

She only VERY occasionally gets a "that girl needs to brush her hair" and then either Gill or her sister will chime in with "No, you don't brush dreads....." and sort of blink a lot at people as though they have said something really ridiculous.

Kids can be mean and I think the best thing we can do as parents is to remind them that things like how they do their hair is for them. I try to remind Gilly that as other people dont have to love or even like her dreads, it only matters that she does.

Gilly's Mum
@Gilly's Mum
06/13/13 09:46:51AM
25 posts

Gilly's Mum Said "NO!"


Dreads in the Family

New pics are up as well as some old pics that are new to the site :-)

Gilly's Mum
@Gilly's Mum
06/05/12 03:09:42PM
25 posts

Gilly's Mum Said "NO!"


Dreads in the Family

I thought you might enjoy this little story:

My Ex (Gilly's Dad) is having a lil trouble being cool with her lumps, bumps, loops, zigzagz, varying sizes and fuzzy roots.

He stopped by the other day and we had a discussion that went like this:

Dad : "We need to talk about Gill's hair........."

Gillys Mum (aka me): "ok"

Dad : "How do you feel about bringing her to a salon to -"

Me: "no"

Dad: "But I thinkwe should bring her to a salonso- "

Me: "no"

Dad: " You didnt even let me finish!"

Me: " Unless you were about to say ' I think we should bring her to a salon to show her off', then the answer is NO"

Funny enough... He sent a friend of his over to me to ask questions about dreading lol I'm sending her here!


updated by @Gilly's Mum: 02/14/15 03:26:35AM
Gilly's Mum
@Gilly's Mum
04/02/12 03:33:15PM
25 posts

Dents, lumps, bumps and such


Help! Save My Dreads

dont know for sure. I think he likely used scrunchies but probably put them in rather tightly and had her haid up like that all day... I've been home a week and they are still rather dented

Gilly's Mum
@Gilly's Mum
04/02/12 02:24:56PM
25 posts

Dents, lumps, bumps and such


Help! Save My Dreads

So I was gone over to England for 10 days and Gilly was home int eh states and stayed with her Dad the whole time. He MEANS WELL I swear..... but when I came back he said "Wow, i didnt realize how much work dreads are!!!"

Well that made me worry a bit right there.....

So when I saw Gillers, her head deff looked different to me but I couldnt quite place my finger on it.... Fuzzier mayhaps? But then I noticed that her dreads all looked so lumpy like pea pods and her teacher at school told me it had been up every day in some sort of style, (most likely a pony tail) held with a hair tie of some sort.

ANYHOOT.... she's got these massive dents and I've tried to let her hair hang free since I've been back, they still look all knobbley wobbley and what not..... think they'll puff out with a few washings???


updated by @Gilly's Mum: 01/13/15 09:23:04PM
Gilly's Mum
@Gilly's Mum
04/02/12 08:37:12AM
25 posts

cream pie fight


Help! Save My Dreads

This made me giggle as I get you all had a blast before it statred stinking!!! Hope your head smells better soon! :-)

Gilly's Mum
@Gilly's Mum
06/05/12 02:57:02PM
25 posts

5 year old hooked on dreads


Dreads in the Family

YAY!!! How exciting!!!! Cant wait to see pics!

Gilly's Mum
@Gilly's Mum
03/08/12 10:44:57AM
25 posts

New News on Jonny Clean and DreadHeadHQ


Dread Products

oh good lord.....

ps.... "i shit thee not" cracked me the eff bomb up!!!

Gilly's Mum
@Gilly's Mum
03/07/12 11:24:35AM
25 posts

How many dreadlocks do you all have?


General Talk

erk..... oh boy.... gills root sections are pretty big!

soaring eagle said:

if u only have 22 they are going to get very much thicker .. real fatties in fact measure the area coming from the roots not the dread size

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