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My biggest struggle with motherhood right now is finding the time to wash my hair. Sounds funny, but if one child wakes up early, it’s #gameover. The problem is two-fold:
- I NEED to wash my hair every day. I have baby fine hair that gets greasy very quickly, and even if I dedicate months to “training” it, it doesn’t improve on that front. (Except when pregnant! Then I can skip a day, which is such an awesome perk. But yeah. Several hair stylists have told me that very fine hair is sometimes untrainable. 😢)
- I hate washing my hair at night. Because it’s baby fine, my hair–when super clean–ends up looking ridiculous the next morning after having slept on it, even if I blow-dry it before bed.
Sure, I could wake up at the crack of dawn to wash it, but I’m already just getting by in terms of sleep, and I think that might actually kill me. Similarly, it doesn’t feel fair to ask Mitch to handle the brunt of the morning routine just so my hair looks good and feels clean. 😂