The American Revolution Museum at Yorktown and Special Needs

Our family visited The American Revolution Museum at Yorktown last year for the first time and loved it so much that the kiddos asked for an annual family pass for Christmas. 

Seeing as it can be difficult to find history museums that are kid friendly, let alone friendly to those with special needs, I couldn't resist writing about all of the fun to be had there.  And believe me this is just a sampling of our favorite things there.

The kids have had so much fun there.  There is something for everyone to enjoy no matter their age.  I just love how hands on and interactive this museum is.

The American Revolution Museum at Yorktown and Special Needs

Our family has visited the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown in the heat of the summer and also in the middle of the winter. 

The hot temperatures and humidity can be brutal in the summer while exploring outdoor exhibits.  More people visit the museum in the summer, so you can expect bigger crowds. But still, crowds are minimal to begin with, so don't take this into account too much. 

The winter brings fabulous weather to explore indoor and outdoor exhibits, but we noticed that one whole exhibit was closed during that time, without as many hands on activities out for the kids to enjoy.

No matter what time of year you go though, there's still so much to do!  The museum is absolutely beautiful.

Our Favorite Indoor Exhibits and Experiences

Dressing up as soldiers at the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown

Every wondered who wore what color coats during the American Revolution?  You can learn all about this and so much more at the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown!

The first time we visited, during the summer, the kids were given the opportunity to dress up as a soldier.

Interaction opportunities at the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown.

Throughout the museum there are opportunities to "interact" with people from the American Revolution.  The screen in the picture above is a touch screen that allows kids to select each character and then listen to them tell their story.

All of the kiddos loved this.  There may have been some fighting about who goes first and how many times each one gets to select someone.  Lol.  It was that much fun.

I loved how they incorporated different nationalities, ethnicities and races into the museum for an amazing unbiased perspective of the times.

Marching with soldiers at the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown.

Walking past the shadows of soldiers marching couldn't be more fun!  It's simple and poignant yet brilliant when it comes to the entertainment of little ones.

As kiddos walk by the screen, they can see themselves marching with the soldiers.  This provided so much entertainment for our kids.

Speaking with people from the American Revolution at the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown.

Throughout the museum there are also posts where you can pick up a phone and listen to someone speak about events or people.  Add buttons to the mix, and it's an automatic hit! What kiddo doesn't like playing with a phone?

Playing games at the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown.

Our second time visiting the museum the boys discovered this fun game about the American Revolution.  They literally played for almost an hour.  (Note how empty the museum is in winter.)

Enjoying all the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown has to offer.

Meanwhile Sunshine discovered another fun activity.  Images pertinent to the American Revolution are shown on the floor, rotating every few minutes.  She loved marching through them, stomping on them, rolling around and laying down.  

When it comes to a kiddo who needs to constantly move, the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown provides so many opportunities to do so.

Our Favorite Outdoor Exhibits and Experiences

The outdoor exhibits at the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown can be so enjoyable when the weather is pleasant and it's not too busy.

Learning about medicine during teh American Revolution at the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown.

Have you ever wanted to learn how soldiers were cared for during the American Revolution?  Check out these tools and medicines?  Princess was selected to be a patient when we visited during the summer.

Handling a musket at the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown.

Dinomite was all about the weapon demonstrations, especially when given the chance to hold and aim a musket at a target.  It was much heavier than he thought. Lol.  

All of the kids were given the opportunity to try which I thought was great.

Signing up to be a solider during the American Revolution at the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown.

During our winter visit to the museum all four kiddos were able to enroll in the army.  The officer in charge of enrollment was sure to tell Princess and Sunshine that they needed to pretend they were boys, as only boys were allowed to fight in war at that time.

Sleeping quarters for soldiers during the American Revolution at the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown.

The outdoor exhibit does a great job of bringing to life what life was like as a soldier, including their living quarters, aka tents.  You won't believe how many soldiers were expected to share!

There are many many more exhibits and experiences to be had at the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown.  I could devote several blog posts to it with all of the pictures that we've taken while visiting.  

But for the purposes of this post, I wanted to highlight just how special needs friendly this place is, sharing our big favorites.

Important Things to Know When Planning a Visit to the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown with Special Needs

1. Weather can make or break a visit to this museum as half of the exhibits are outside.  Be prepared when visiting.

2.  Some of the indoor exhibits at the museum are very dark.  If your child struggles with darkness, you may want to stick to lighted areas and outdoor exhibits.

3.  There are many sounds throughout the interior of the museum.  They are not too loud, but if your child reacts negatively to gun shots, cannons, etc., be prepared.

4.  There is a full sensory movie experience offered in the museum called The Siege of Yorktown.  The movie surrounds you on multiple screens.  It is loud.  Your seats vibrate depending on where you sit.  A smoke machine sprays "fog" into the room.  If you sit close to the front you can even smell coffee during one scene.

For kids who crave sensory experiences and love to learn about battles etc, this movie is not to be missed. But for kiddos who are sensitive to sensory input, avoid this movie.

5. The interior of the museum is very wheelchair friendly.  However, parts of the outdoor experience includes walking on dirt paths, rocks, and other terrain.  There are smoother paths but you won't get as close to hands on experiences as one might on foot.

6. Weapon demonstrations occur at set times during the day.  These can be very loud.  The cannon demonstration literally shakes the ground around you, if you're outside.  Be aware of the time to make sure you're where you want to be during those set times.

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Gift Ideas for 10 Year Old Boys

Bulldozer turns ten at the end of this month.  I honestly have no idea where the time has gone.  It feels just like yesterday that he was this tiny baby.

Just like in years past, Bulldozer has made a wish list full of gift ideas for 10 year old boys.  

This list doesn't have as much variety, but it is Bulldozer through and through.  He eats, breathes and sleeps Plants vs Zombies, Marvel Super Heroes, Star Wars and extreme weather.

You're sure to find something on Bulldozer's list to give, if you have a child who loves the same things.

Gift ideas for 10 year old boys.

Over the past year Bulldozer has been reintroduced to Plants vs Zombies.  And let me just say he's hooked.  Oh how he loves these things.

Plants vs Zombies gift ideas for 10 year old boys.

There aren't that many Plants vs Zombies gift ideas out there, but he's assured me that he NEEDS everything that can be found.

My favorite items on his list are the Plants vs Zombies books and the mystery figure packs.  He has started collecting both and uses them all the time.

Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare for XBox

K'NEX Plants vs. Zombies Mystery Figure Bags, Series 1-6 Pack

K'NEX Plants vs. Zombies Boat Blasting Building Set

K'NEX Plants vs. Zombies Crazy Targets Building Set (Purchased)

Plants vs. Zombies Create Your Own Zombie: A Magnetic Kit

Plants vs. Zombies Volume 4: Grown Sweet Home

Plants vs. Zombies Volume 5: Petal to the Metal

Plants vs. Zombies Volume 6: Boom Boom Mushroom

Plants vs. Zombies Volume 8: Lawn of Doom

Plants vs. Zombies Volume 9: The Greatest Show Unearthed

Plants vs. Zombies Volume 10: Rumble at Lake Gumbo

Plants vs. Zombies Volume 11: Wars and Peas

Marvel Super Hero gift ideas for 10 year old boys.

Marvel super heroes never grow old in this house.  Though we have most of the movies, we're still missing a few more of Bulldozer's favorites.

And well, Bulldozer can never have enough character guides and video games.  Lol.

My favorite item on this list is the deck building game.  Bulldozer loves to play games.  Dinomite, Bulldozer, my husband and I stay up at least one night a week to play games together.

LEGO Marvel Superheroes 2 for Xbox One

Marvel The Avengers: The Ultimate Character Guide

Upper Deck Legendary: A Marvel Deck Building Game

Thor blu-ray

Thor: The Dark World blu-ray

Marvel's Avengers: Age of Ultron blu-ray

Doctor Strange blu-ray

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Rhino Face-Off by the Mine

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Royal Talon Fighter Attack

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Avengers: Infinity War Thor's Weapon Quest

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Avengers: Infinity War Outrider Dropship Attack

Star Wars gift ideas for 10 year old boys.

I do not remember a time when Bulldozer didn't love Star Wars.  Between movies, encyclopedias and LEGO sets, not a day goes by that doesn't include Star Wars in some way.

As is tradition on birthdays, it's time to add to Bulldozer's collection.  Besides the folded flyers book, I must admit my favorite items on the list are the LEGO sets.

Bulldozer is working hard to collect as many Star Wars LEGO figures as he can.  Many of the ones he doesn't have are in these sets.  I'd love to support him in his goal.

Star Wars: The Visual Encyclopedia

Star Wars Encyclopedia of Starfighters and Other Vehicles

Star Wars The Last Jedi Incredible Cross Sections

LEGO Star Wars Yoder's Jedi Starfighters

Star Wars Folded Flyers: Make 30 Paper Starfighters (Purchased)

LEGO Star Wars: The Last Jedi Ahch-To Island Training

LEGO Star Wars: The Last Jedi AT-ST

LEGO Star Wars: The Clone Wars General Grievous' Combat Speeder 

Solo: A Star Wars Story Soundtrack Audio CD

Star Wars Rebels-Season 2

Star Wars Rebels-Season 3

Star Wars Rebels-Season 4

Star Wars: Journey to The Last Jedi Coloring Book

Exreme weather gift ideas for 10 year old boys.

One thing that Bulldozer and I have in common is our passion for extreme weather, especially when it comes to books and movies.

I can't wait to enjoy these gifts with him.  I honestly can't pick one over the other, as I love them all.

The Man Who Caught the Storm: The Life of Legendary Tornado Chaser Tim Samaras

Galileo Thermometer with Glass Globe Barometer

Storm Chasers: Greatest Storms DVD

The Perfect Storm Blu-ray

The Day After Tomorrow Blu-ray (Purchased)

Into the Storm Blu-ray

We hope this wish list will be helpful to you when finding the perfect gift for a 10 year old boy in your life!
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Finding the Right Village (Chapter 11)

Sunshine has been home on summer break from school for two weeks now.

My husband has been home that long as well.  Oh how I love that he has returned full time to work with me again.

I can confess I love being able to sleep in each morning, since Sunshine doesn't have to be up at the crack of dawn for school.

For the most part, Sunshine is much more pleasant without the daily influence of "friends" at school who teach her so many "fun" behaviors.

To be able to tag team with my husband handling behaviors we encounter with Sunshine has been a gift.

For the first time in months we're able to have a home cooked dinner on the table, no matter what happens during prep time.

And my anxieties...  They're all but gone, except for minor flare ups.

But with all of that said, my husband and I can't wait for Sunshine to return to school.

Don't take this the wrong way.

We love our daughter.

Here's the thing.  We've realized a few things over the past few months that have been transforming.

Finding the right village to help raise a child with severe emotional needs and trauma makes all the difference.

It's not a single parent or co-parenting job.

And not just any village will do.  It has to be the right village.

Finding the Right Village-A Family's story about parenting a child with severe emotional needs and trauma.

No! One family does not need three mental health and behavior therapists working with them at once, even if the local community services agency approves the funding.

One therapist that we love is just fine.

No! A family does not need a mental health or behavior therapist who thinks all that's going on is a parenting problem.

As a parent I have a right to choose who my family works with.

Families have lives.  Too many therapy appointments can do more harm than good, especially if the therapist doesn't know what they're doing.

Oops, I digress.  That's a post for another day.  Lol.

The Past

Finding the right village for your child with severe emotional needs and trauma can be life changing.

When I say life changing, I don't necessarily mean life changing for the child.  The child is going to behave the way the child chooses to behave.  Real progress is slow and takes years to be fruitful.

I mean life changing for the parent.

I had no idea how poorly I was functioning due to caring for Sunshine 24/7 for the past six and a half years without a break.

Sure I had gained 70 lbs.  Compared to all of the struggles other trauma mamas go through, I thought weight was nothing to worry about.

But it wasn't just my physical health that had gone downhill.

I felt defeated every morning before I got out of bed, dreading the day, knowing that nothing I had planned to get done the day before had been completed, and the same would happen today.

Mind you I still got up and functioned, but it was only because I had to.

Sunshine's behaviors would be similar every single day.  No matter what I tried, nothing worked to stop the rages and aggression.  Sure a new idea may work for a brief moment, but it didn't last long.

I couldn't focus to save my life.  There were many times that I worried I was developing ADHD because I was so scatter brained.

My anxieties were through the roof.  I'd do all I could to avoid another raging meltdown or aggression outburst.  Mind you I wouldn't give in to behaviors, I'd just try to avoid scenarios where behaviors would occur.

I felt so lonely and isolated.

I was always tired, but dreaded going to sleep, because it would mean the start of another day of doing the same thing all over again.

All of my energy was spent on Sunshine whether I wanted it to or not.  She demanded attention 100% of the time.

There were many days that I would cry.  I had lost hope that anything would change.

And then Sunshine went to school.

A New Life

For almost eight hours a day, five days a week I experienced life without her at home.

I could focus.

I could complete tasks.

I could spend quality time with my other children.

I could carry on a conversation with my husband.

I was a better mother, and not just for my other kiddos, but for Sunshine as well.

For the three to four hours a night that she was home before bed, I had the energy to push through no matter what behaviors were thrown my way because I hadn't dealt with them all day long.

I knew that Sunshine's behaviors had taken a toll on my other children, but never realized just how much.

While she was gone, the three older kiddos were so much happier.  When she came home, they, like me knew we just had to make it through four hours tops, and Sunshine would be asleep for the night.

Now again, this does not mean that Dinomite, Bulldozer, and Princess don't love their sister.  They love her fiercely.

But it does mean that finding the right village for your child with severe emotional needs and trauma is just as important for the welfare of your children as it is for you.


Caregivers of children with severe emotional needs and trauma need breaks.  Not just a couple hours once a month or once a year, but on a regular basis.

It is crucial to a parent's ability to function and survive.

Now I admit, I'm not the biggest fan of the day program Sunshine attends.  I don't like that she's not in a Montessori classroom.

But, after experiencing her gone to school for several weeks, and then one full day of her being home while my husband was still working, that's when I realized the decision to find the right village isn't about Sunshine.

It's about me.

It's about my husband.

It's about my other children.

There is no perfect or ideal scenario out there that benefits everyone.  It comes down to what's good, better, and best for the whole family.

Sunshine is going to be Sunshine no matter who's caring for her.

I can take the full burden on myself knowing exactly what it does to my family or I can allow others who are willing to come to work each day and care for her in a loving way help me.


After overcoming horrible Mommy guilt and feeling like a failure because I couldn't help Sunshine in the ways I desperately wanted to, the clouds parted and I realized this was a no brainer.  Especially since I'm such a better mother for her after having breaks while she's at school.

It really does take the right village to raise a child with severe emotional needs and trauma.

For us that village is Sunshine's principal, teachers and aids at her day program along with her intensive in-home therapist.

It's the in-home respite services that she was just approved for.

Your village may look different.  But please, I beg you, understand, you can't do this without a village.

Even if you think you can.

Even if you're doing okay right now.

The time will come when you need help.

Be picky.  Fight the fight.

But in the end, find the right village.

You can't take care of your child with severe emotional needs and trauma, if you're not taking care of yourself.

I am excited to take care of me again!

If you enjoyed this post and would like to read the rest of our story that led to today's post in sequence, follow the links below.
Call the Police! What You Don't Want to Have Happen When Your Child is in the ER for Mental Health Reasons What Should Happen When Your Child is in the ER for Mental Health Reasons Check-in-at an inpatient children's psychiatric hospital My Daughter is inpatient at a Children's Psych Ward Our First Family Session in a Psych Ward Nine Days This Was Not Okay MiraclesWhat Family Life Looks Like After A Mental Health Crisis Is Over
Finding the Right Village-The continuation of t he story of one family's journey with a child who struggles with severe mental health needs and trauma.

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Montessori-inspired Back-to-School Bundle

It's that time of year again! The new school year is starting for many.  I can't believe it came so quickly.

Let me be completely honest here.  In this house we're still trying to recover from last year.

Unfortunately time doesn't slow down though and whether we're ready or not, it's time to start thinking ahead to the upcoming school year.

In an effort to be prepared ourselves, my husband and I have been working feverishly to create some amazing new printables.  These printables will be used in a variety of ways for our older kiddos, and also as education supplements for Sunshine, since she will continue to attend a day program this year.

To showcase all of our hard work and to help you prepare for the new year we've created an amazing bundle with these new printables and a few favorites from the past.

Montessori-inspired Back-to-School Bundle

So let's discuss details!

Montessori-inspired Back-to-School Bundle

It includes 825 pages of printables in the areas of:

  • Language
  • Math
  • Biology
  • Geography

See below for a better look at all of the products included. 

Note: Four are new.

To see what each product includes just click on the picture.
Montessori Letters and Sounds Printable Pack in Print Montessori Letters and Sounds Play Dough Mats Montessori Math Bead Bar Printable Pack in Print Montessori-inspired Math Bead Bar Play Dough Mats Bundle Montessori-inspired Intro to Biology Printable Pack Bundle Montessori-inspired Continents and Oceans Printable Pack Bundle The Ultimate Montessori Planner The ABCs of Montessori and Special Needs
As you can see, you have everything you could possibly want to start off the new school year!  But, I'm not stopping there. 

There are three extra NEW bonuses included in this bundle.  All are seasonal treasures.
Montessori-inspired Fall Harvest Syllabus Montessori-inspired Fall Harvest Unit Printable Pack Bundle Autumn Math Fact Clip Cards Bundle
If you were to purchase this bundle piece by piece it would cost you upwards about $140.  But for a limited time only I'm practically giving it away for 75% off

Yes, you read that correctly.  Such an incredible way to save money!

Here's the thing though, this promotion is only valid Friday August 3, 2018 at 12:00 AM EST through Thursday, August 9, 2018 at 11:59 PM EST.

After that it will be gone forever!

So don't wait! Purchase your Montessori-inspired Back-to-School Bundle today!

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The Dos and Don'ts of Wearing a Wig

Wearing a wig can be so much fun.  However there is definitely a learning curve to wearing one successfully.  And there are times when you want to avoid wearing one all together.

After wearing wigs for more than fifteen years, I feel it's time to share the dos and don'ts of wearing a wig by Renae.

Welcome to Wearing a Wig 101!

The Dos and Don'ts of Wearing a Wig

The Dos and Don'ts of Wearing a Wig

Don't wear high neck clothing.

High neck tops will rub against the hair and sometimes the seams of the bottom of your wig. This wear and tear will cause friz, breakage, and knotted hair.  The high neck tops can also cause the wig to slide up on your head.

Do wear layered clothing with zippers or buttons that is easily removeable.

When you're wearing multiple layers of clothing and especially when you're going from one temperature to another, you want to be able to shed layers without pulling clothes over your head.  If you do attempt to pull clothes over your head, you may take your wig with them.  The same goes for putting clothes on over your head. 

Don't wear a wig in temperatures that are too hot. 

Wearing a wig can be compared to wearing a winter hat.  There is a chance of overheating in warm temperatures.

You will also sweat A LOT.  Sweat not only soaks the wig hair, but the cap underneath which can stretch it out.  It's also very itchy.

Add the fact that putting wig hair in a pony tail really isn't wise as it tears the hair out and permanently bends the hair...

Protect yourself in warm weather.  Drink plenty of fluids.  Keep cool and opt for a bandana, scarf or hat instead.

Do put sunblock on your head before putting on a wig, when spending time outside in the sun.

When you have no hair on your head, you are prone to sunburns.  And believe me they hurt!  Add the fun of your scalp peeling...  Trust me.  You want to avoid this at all costs.

The thing that you may not realize is that the sun can penetrate through the wig, especially those with monofilament caps where the scalp is showing, and in areas where the cap is thin.

Protect and save yourself from a lot of unnecessary pain and flaking, apply sunscreen to your scalp.

Don't wear hats over top of a wig.

Yes, they may look cute.  They may protect sensitive areas of your skin that are still showing.  But hats can do some major damage to the synthetic hair of your wig.  Friction between the hat and head causes fraying, breakage, friz and so much more.

Add sweat and heat to the mix and you have a big mess.

Do adjust your wig by grasping the seam area just in front of the ears, where side burns would be.

Adjusting a wig by pulling synthetic hair will cause it to break off or friz.  Pulling on the front of your wig can cause seams to wear and break down.

There are times you may adjust the wig using the back seam, where the wig can be loosened or tightened, but that is most often paired with using the adjustments points mentioned above.

Don't expose your wig to extremely high temperatures.

Unlike human hair, (We're talking about synthetic hair wigs.) wigs are extremely sensitive to heat.  Think about what happens to plastic when exposed to high temperatures.

The same will happen to your wig if you attempt to pull something out of the oven, standing in direct heat, while wearing it.  It will happen if you're standing over a boiling pot of water as well.

Ever gone to Ichiban and sat at the community tables while the chef sets the entire grill on fire?  It can happen there too.

And speaking of fire...  Whether a fire place, grill, wood stove, or campfire, you need to keep your distance.  You wig hair can melt, shrink up, friz, and so much more.

Oh, and I almost forgot, don't leave your wig in a hot car.  Even when in a box, there will be issues with shaping.

Do use hair products designed for synthetic hair.

Synthetic hair is very different from human hair.  Products designed for human hair may damage the wig.  It's always better to be safe than sorry.

Also remember to read and follow the directions on the shampoo and conditioner bottles. Washing synthetic hair is very different than washing human hair.  Think hot water versus cool water and how gentle you must be while washing the hair.

And in case this isn't obvious enough, don't use blow dryers, curling irons, straighteners etc.  You will ruin your wig.

Don't wear a wig in water.

Whether at the beach, swimming in a pool, or out in a torrential downpour, water can cause major damage to your wig.

Water causes a wig cap to stretch while being worn.  When the wig cap stretches the wig grows in size.  Obviously wearing a wig that is too big, can be a serious problem.

Chlorine, salt water, other chemicals, and natural organisms in water can wreak havoc.  They can cause hair to break, friz, and so much more.

Consider wearing a swim cap if you want to keep your head covered while in the water.

Do care for hair when dry.

Whether you're using a wig brush or pick, (depending on what's recommended for your wig), always care for it when dry.  Attempting to care for your wig when wet can cause hair to break and friz.  You may also stretch out the wig, or rip the cap.

Don't attempt to style your wig like you would human hair.

If you're used to pony tails, braids and more, think twice before going with a long haired wig.  Tight braids can break synthetic hair.  If out in heat or when kept in too long, the braids can permanently change the wig.  The same goes for pony tails and other fun hair styles.

Also consider the fact that when hair is pulled back on a wig, seams begin to show.  The fact that you are wearing a wig definitely becomes noticeable.

Don't attempt roller coasters or other fast rides while wearing a wig.

It's no secret that wigs and wind don't mix.  But roller coasters and other fast rides must also be avoided. Sharp turns, fast speeds, and upside down experiences just don't work unless you're able to hold the wig on your head the entire time.  A wig can fly off in less than a second.

Do shield your wig from the wind.

Whether you use a loosely fitting hood, a gentle hand on your head, as if you're combing through your hair, or another means, shielding your wig from wind is important and will save you many embarrassing moments.  Wigs are very light and easily picked up by a simple gust.

And yes, there are wigs with clips, tape, glue, etc. that can help you in these moments.  I personally feel the pain of using these resources isn't worth it.  But that's just me.

Do refrain from hugs and other types of physical affection where others come in contact with your hair.

This tip is more for those who decide to wear longer wigs rather than short, but can apply to all.  When people give hugs, depending on if they go under or over, they can easily and most often accidentally pull on your hair.  

While embracing it's very possible that someone pulls on your hair hard enough to pull the wig off or at least cause it to slide backwards on your head.  Trust me, this happens more than you would think.

Choose to either give a handshake or high five.  Or be sure to be the one extending the hug first, so you have a chance to be the one going over instead of under to avoid an unnecessary catastrophe.

Wearing a wig can be a fantastic experience once you adjust to it's limitations.  For those who have lost hair unexpectedly a wig can provide a great way to cope.

If you've decided to wear one, be sure you know the dos and don'ts of wearing a wig.  Not only will these tips save you from embarrassing moments, but they will also preserve the life of your wig for much longer than you would expect.

If you enjoyed this post, you may also enjoy the post below.
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