#2: Buy the bright stuff.
My six-year-old's bad hair days have never looked so cute and fierce.
Beyond being on-trend, they make my kids more visible when they're walking around at dusk.
These boys are so stylish that they make me want to try a little harder with my own hair.
This style looks like a French braid, but is so much easier to do.
I have to admit, there are some really adorable trends from my pint-size days that are worth reliving.
My daughter has re-worn a ton of her older brother's clothes. Here's where I found the best threads that work for both boys and girls.
These are my favorite stylish picks for those rare days I can get my daughter out of her Elsa princess dress.
Break your daughter's boring school hair routine with these smart hair tutorials.
I don’t have much time to spare in the morning, so it’s a must that hairstyles for my daughter are quick and easy.
I don't know whether it’s awesome or scary that the decade of my childhood is now deemed old enough to be considered retro, but I'm loving the trend either way.
Even though they look complicated, I was impressed by how easy some of these hairstyles were to pull off.
The frugal side of me cringes every time I watch my daughter outgrow an item of clothing that she's worn once or twice.
We like to lean a little more regatta, and a little less redneck.