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Has kidlet had it? If so, how did you get rid of it?
If not, do you have any plans for it they do ever get it?
Mason's PR is talking about it on Facebook and it got me thinking. With the big boys, they've had it once when they were still itty bitty and shampoo worked fine on it. Now when notes come home from school about it we check hair and then go ahead and shave it off even if we don't find any bugs. ((Better safe)) It just occurred to me, I can't really do that with Bella.
mom of: Zach (10), Ryan (8), Bella (5), Mason (2), and pollywog #5 due 12/04/14
Yes Angelica has had it several times. The boys came home with it and before I caught it everyone had it and my mom also. Well she hasn't getten rid of it I guess because she came back last time with it again. But we use this spray called Lice Free. It kills the eggs and the bugs. And it's all natural you spray it in their hair until it's saturated then let it dry. I normally repeat it once a week for a month so that I make sure. But one bottle for $9 does My hair twice and Angelica's 3 times. I always keep a bottle around now.
the boys have never had it thank god. But I had it when I was in 3rd grade and I was so scraed cause my mom said I might have to cut my hair and my hair was very long at the time. but she just washed it out and checked my hair all the time.
Siera hasn't had it. I had it quite a few times as a kid because my BFF's always had it and I'd always end up getting it. My mother used to flip her lid every time I'd come home scratching (they lived down the block)