So I am not sure if this is going to be a really helpful tidbit or not! But I had noticed at some point that I have a very specific way of putting B's sleep cap on at bedtime. I also noticed that when I put her cap on she has little to no bed head in the morning, but if B or Dad put her cap on we can have some CRAZY bed head!
So I made a quick little video demo of how I put B's sleep cap on. This may mostly be helpful for those with locs, but, come to think of it, I put V's cap on the same way. It probably is good for any hairstyle! It's just that with cornrows, V doesn't often have bed head! Although, V's current style of box twists operate pretty much the same way locs do - so this sleep cap technique comes in handy.
As a side note: I have no idea why B looks like her eyes are going to pop out of her head in this video! We were giggling about something right before we started taping and Camera Guy and I always say, "Ok, be serious now. Well, it's ok to smile!" If we don't tell the girls they can smile they look SO serious and then I get youtube comments about how miserable my girls look! But they are just trying to sit nice and quiet which takes a lot of concentration for them! lol! Anyway, so I guess, on this day, reminding B to smile gave us this very fake, plastered on expression! Kids!
Do you put your kids sleep caps on for them or do they do it themselves?