Get any group of Caucasian parents who have adopted a black child together and the subject automatically turns to hair.Whether we want to believe it or not hair matters, and our parenting skills will be judged (at least a little) by how our kid's hair looks.African hair is different from Caucasian hair (duh!) and differs vastly depending on the person.Here are some of the best resources I’ve found to help you keep your kiddos hair looking great.
My Girl's Curls is a blog about one woman's experience with her daughter's hair.
The Rainbowkids.com newsletter has a wonderful series on this subject written by an adoptive mom titled "Hair Matters". Check it out at RainbowKids.com or at the author's blog.
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