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11 Year Old Girl Detangles Her Sister's Hair Like a Pro!



Hey Mocha Family,

I had to rub my eyes a few times watching this again!  Mocha Girl 3 (age 11) did such a good job for her first time.  She detangled her sister, Ms. Mocha Baby's (age 7) hair like a pro!  All I could think was what took me so long to try this?



I was that little girl who spent countless hours happily braiding and pinning up my dolls' hair.  I never got tired of it and have been thrilled with the hair God has blessed me to enjoy as an adult as well. Mocha Girl 3 is the same way.  She's been asking to try her skills on Ms. MB, but as tender headed as we all know Ms. MB to be, I assumed it would be a disaster!  What a surprise to discover that we all had so much fun, and Mocha Girl 3 did such a good job.



See for yourself!  I am really looking forward to seeing her skills develop.



Be blessed.

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  1. That is the cutest video ever! The scenes where you are 3 in a line doing hair just made me smile. It is everything I love about hair times, the bonding, the laughter and how intensely it allows us to show our daughters care and love.

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  2. Thanks! I love these moments too, and am so happy to see the girls working with their own hair.

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