Hi Dread Heads!I'm new to the whole dread experience and this site but I've read enough here to know I'll get some informative responses to this query. I noticed in a thread people talking about…Continue
"Awesome!! I am currently breastfeeding my 3rd child, who just turned 15 months =D I BF my older two as well, but not for this long, We had some trouble, not enough support, info etc. =/ I know much more this time around & I met a wonderful group…"
"I so wanted to breast feed....
but...my reasons are a long complicated story...
MAYBE with the NEXT! (whenever that comes!)
I'm very pro breast feeding too!
I'm not too embarrassed to speak my mind or let people push me around. The…"
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I feel like a bit of a faker after seeing all these beautiful natural self evolving dreads on here but I'll be honest and admit I paid a loctician to dread my tresses, I'm pleading unfortunate ignorance on this though as I hadnt found this site yet. My 70 dreadies were born on Sat 19th March 2011 - labour lasted 12hrs :)
Dreading methods, maintenance, and products used (if you currently have dreads)
1) back combing
3) crochet hook
Using 'DreadPepper' powder
I know, I know, Im learning a little too late that all these tools and products are only a hinderance so I will be letting my hair have its own say and going a la natural from now on.
haha thanks!! how big do you plan to go??? im at a 3/4.. im putting up pictures of my recent pierce, which was yesterday, i pierced my outter conch cartilage, they had to punch a hole in my ear, Double 00 and then push a 7/16 into in, it was quite painful to be honest but now they look awesome! can't wait for them to fully heal so i can have tunnels there as well, and for the sleeve, i love it! It's a Madagascar Rainforest! Nice to have meet you by the way, how long have you been dreading for?
Oh no! I am so sorry! You poor thing. That is no fun. Yes, I do think we all take our bodies for granted. I have always been hard on myself...never enough rest or knowing my limits. I am very hyper and take on quite alot for myself. I developed Fibromyalgia and Arthritis awhile back and since I have cut hair for 30 years and had carpal tunnel surgery on both hands years ago, I find my poor hands and arms are just wearing out! I decided to strip old wall paper and paint...I could barely lift my arm! Then, I still take clients selectively and I crochet and knit...you get the idea! But I will be all set soon...alittle better each day. I send you love and healing energy as well. Hugs and kisses dearheart :)