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  • Just when I thought I had my house together and could rest, we got another surprise issue.  While we take are of that issue here’s Harper’s updated big girl room.  She graduated from new toddler bed (that she never slept in) to a shinny new daybed. I wanted to maximize her play space and a daybed was the best option. There’s also a trundle underneath so it was perfect while we hosted guests during Thanksgiving. #toddlerroomdecor #bohodecor
  • It’s Cyber Monday! This is the last day of @supermomculture sale! All tees including Superdad tees are $20 and FREE shipping! Save on hats & hoodies too! Even the bling Supermom hoodies but those are almost gone. Thank you guys for your support of #supermomculture 🦸🏾‍♀️😘
  • It’s small business Saturday! Let’s invest in our faves or a new small business today.  If you can, support a small BOB by pledging to spend at least $40 between now and Monday.  You can snag this cute #mommyandme blanket scarf on sale at @unlikelymarket. 📷 @kaynjames
  • So the dads have been begging for a Superdad hoodie (Mr especially). So I decided to let them live a little.  Limited time only! Grab them during our #blackfriday sale that ends at midnight. Mr is wearing XL. No discount code required.  Price will update in the cart.  #supermomculture
  • Check out this awesome commission by @sheisthisdesigns! I can’t wait to have it printed! Take advantage of @sheisthisdesigns Black Friday sale using code BLK30 on prints excluding custom art.
  • Black Friday sale is live!!!! Limited edition hoodies are in stock but quantities are limited. Link in profile or supermomculture.com
  • Happy Thanksgiving! So thankful to host my family in my home this year.  It has been a hard year for all of us and I am grateful we get to spend it together.  Our #mommyandme blanket scarves are from @unlikelymarket 📷 @kaynjames
  • The girls are living their best life this week.  They’re little cousin is in town and more on the way. So happy my family is going to be together this Thanksgiving. Get into these leopard jackets. Perfect for this mild weather. #walmartfashion http://liketk.it/2Hl0y #liketkit @liketoknow.it  #ltkfamily #ltkkids 📷 @kaynjames
  • Y’all don’t know how happy I am to have regular living conditions in my house.  I’ve lived here for 5 years and just now decorating my dining room.  We had to switch out the chandelier, repair the ceiling and paint. It’s about 80% done.  Waiting on a rug and curtains to be delivered today. I don’t really want a rug but i think all the wood calls for one.  I’ll share a detailed post and before and after on the blog soon (before it gets messed up). I’ll be cleaning the rest of my house all weekend.  Anyone what to help? 🧹 #heytrinashome #heytrina
  • Moms deserve all the bling 💎. My limited edition bling hoodie is available.  I have just a handful left so don’t play.  Next restock will be in a few weeks and they will be it! Link in profile.
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Love Your Hair

December 21, 2016

This post is sponsored by Dove Hair. Thoughts and opinions are my own.

Up until recent years, curly hair was not considered beautiful hair.   Since society did not embrace natural hair back in the day, our parents would straighten our hair. I wasn’t even 5 years old when I got my first “perm”. I believed if my hair wasn’t straight and long it didn’t look good. It wasn’t until I went away to college that I decided that I was going to do my hair how I wanted, not what someone else thought I should do. For years, I wore my hair as short as I could get it and even shaved the back. I also rocked a TWA (teeny weeny afro) in the late 90’s before it was a thing.

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Now that I have two girls watching my every move, I am mindful of the examples I set. I am their first role model.   I want them to be confident with the hair on their head. A Dove study found that 82% of girls learn to care for themselves from their mother. I celebrate the beauty of their hair today, so they will love their hair tomorrow.

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I know what you may be thinking, “Trina, you wear protective styles. How does that help your girls?” I started wearing protective style out of convenience way before Peyton arrived. I’ve explained to Peyton (6 years old) that I wear my hair like this to protect my natural hair and that it gives me more time to take care of her and her hair. I also let Peyton see me take extensions out and nurture my natural hair.   She can see the confidence that I exude at each stage in my hair process, weave or not. I’ve also made a conscious effort to wear more natural (curly) protective styles that resemble Peyton’s and Harper’s hair.

 

dove-hair-4I also let Peyton see my postpartum hair loss after having Harper. I lost all my edges and sides of my hair. She asked me what was I going to do. I told her it was just hair and it would be back. I pray that she remembers that moment and understands that her hair does not define her.

Dove Hair recently found that 8 in 10 women feel pressure to wear their hair a certain way. It starts at a young age. I’m glad that Dove is taking the initiative to empower mothers to be leaders in their daughter’s confidence by teaching them to love their hair.

Daily, I make a conscious effort to show my girls how beautiful and versatile their natural hair is and I encourage you to do the same. Visit Dove at LoveYourHair.Dove.com to create your own #LoveYourHair message or share a selfie with your daughter.

  • LoveBrownSugar
    December 21, 2016 at 9:09 am

    So incredibly beautiful! It’s so important to encourage our young girls and let them know that their hair is beautiful so they can be confident. Love this post Trina!

  • Alissa Wilson
    December 21, 2016 at 9:16 am

    Your children are so beautiful and their hair is awesome.

  • Lexi
    December 21, 2016 at 9:38 am

    I love you and your babies hair!!!! Glad that you are inspiring your daughters to love their hair

  • afr0bella
    December 21, 2016 at 11:31 am

    This is so beautiful, Trina!! Thank you <3

  • Charlotte
    December 28, 2016 at 2:47 pm

    You and your littles are gorgeous. I try to encourage my girls – Neriah especially to embrace everything about themselves, hair included.
    Great post!

  • Lauren
    December 28, 2016 at 3:32 pm

    So dope. I love this so much! Its so important that we make sure our babies know how beautiful they are and their hair too!

  • Raquel
    January 2, 2017 at 4:19 pm

    Nothing like some curls!!

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