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By: meakia miakinkoff-murzynsky
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I took mine out after about a month last time (T&R) because they weren't staying in. I started them up again a week ago, spending way more time T&Ring each one, they are staying in wonderfully. I can't wait until they are longer and I can tie them up in knots (my top layer is a little longer than my ears, and the bottom is a little past my shoulders). My dread babies are a month younger than my son, :0) I plan to stay home with my boys and homeschool at least until they are in high school, so no worries on employer stress. I'm so grateful to have the freedom to stay home and raise my boys.

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
06/12/12 04:00:12PM @soaring-eagle:

and remember most of us never even tnr'd just staerted from loose hair and now have dreads so u never had to tnr at all if they fall apart so what they will dread anyway

06/12/12 03:44:30PM @valrie:

For sure. I have TnR dreads and a lot of mine came loose in the first month. Now I am in the beginning of my third month and I still have some loose pieces and some that are starting to really take shape and loop up like crazy.

Try and not let the looseness bother you because they will loosen up again (guaranteed) and if you just get past it you will be heading in the right direction in no time.

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
06/12/12 03:38:48PM @soaring-eagle:

they tend to loosen and fall out the 1st few months you should have kept going! by putting them in tighter they will only take longer to dread now

they were perfectly fine last time progressing exactly as they should

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