I needed to get this on record!! #proudmommoment
It’s real. When Joey was about 4 months old, all my luscious hair decided it wanted to fall out all at once. Probably because of my hormones trying to revert to normal as quick as humanly possible. I cut my hair short and within a week my hair started falling out and I had many bald patches. This is what the regrowth looks like a year and 3 months later. No, I never got bangs. This is some of the bald spots growing back. In fact, more than half my hair is this length while the rest is 6 inches longer which is why my hair is almost always in a pony. I need to find some time and moola to start the “evening out” process until my hair is all one length. It’s just as awful as growing out a pixie except from being bald in random places for a few months. Also have to find a new salon since I’m 2 hours from my favorite stylist ever 😐
If you have any tips on how to speed up the regrowth after I finally take care of this mop with a fresh cut, I’m all ears. My biggest hit to self confidence after the baby (appearance wise) was definitely the dramatic and unexpected hair loss.
Here’s what it looked like when it first started falling out. It only got worse from here:
Bless me WordPress, for I have sinned. It has been about 6 months and 27 days since my last blog post, stay tuned for what’s happened since.
First, this isn’t just a tease and I’m going to leave you again for 6 months. How can I know this for sure? Because I am OFFICIALLY finished with graduate school!! (Wait, what?!) Yes, FINISHED! The ending was lackluster…it literally just ended and that was it. No fireworks, no confetti, no parade. Nothing. Now I just have to anxiously await my grades that should be available on Friday.
There has been a ton that happened since Joey turned 1 so I am planning a couple small-medium sized posts throughout the next week or so to catch up probably along with some ranting posts and funny posts. How a child learns and grows is amazing and it makes me absolutely certain that you must start early and show your child with your example how to be a decent human being and learn to love others and have an inquisitive mind. He kept with the sign language and he’s verbalizing and signing full thoughts now so expect to see a love letter -type post about baby sign language.
To keep you engaged I’m going to tease you with a couple pictures from 1 to 1.5 and I’ll have updated stats from his next well visit for you this week 🙂 If there is anything you’d like me to write about, or if one of the pictures makes you wonder “what in the?” or “how was that experience” drop me a note and I’ll be sure to write a post about it for you – I need help getting ideas together anyways since I have almost a 7 month catch up to do now!
I also need to play catch up with those I’m subscribed to. Bear with me as I get back into the swing of things – I’m working through ideas to get this space better than it was.