One day, I was reminiscing about accomplishments in my life while getting my daughter ready for preschool, and it hit me; I was lost. I’ve done amazing things, but I couldn’t take care of my own daughter’s hair. Sure, I could brush it, but that was that.
I had absolutely no idea how to do it. I would see her classmates with hairstyles which made them look so cute and girlish.
My girl looked like a cave child.
The breaking point was when a mom asked if I was a stay at home dad. I said yes, and asked her how she knew.
She pointed at my daughter and said, “Her hair”.
This had to stop!
Craig Lawrey is a Navy Distinguished Marksman, an accomplished ocean going Sailor, and a not-so accomplished Equestrian. He has been an Army Infantryman, Postman, Navy Reservist, and an Environmental Consultant. The hardest and most inspiring job he has ever had (his words), is being a Stay-At-Home Dad. He resides in Southern California with his wife, two children, and the plethora of animals his kids call pets.
Does Your Daughter Have Dad Hair?
- Published in 2009
- 40 pages
- ISBN 978-0-615-29761-3
- Initial run of 500 copies published in May, 2009
- Second run of 50 copies published in March, 2010
- Third run of 100 copies published in April, 2011
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