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Pregnancy and Hair Growth | 38 Weeks and Belly Shot!

Hey Guys!

I’ve finally uploaded the answers to all of your pregnancy questions! I hope you enjoy the video and bonus vid with Belly Shots!

XoXo Whit

Reader Comments

Hey there!

I have been watching your videos for a year now. And wanted to wish you a smooth delivery and
a healthy baby girl. Congrats to you and your husband!

On a sidenote, Thank you so much for the documentation of your hair journey. Your advice has kept the tears and the " what the crap am I doing ?" thoughts at bay. And after two years of (no heat ) natural hair. I feel confident that my hair is healthy and growing strong. I greatly appreciate your time and effort.



No I wouldn't buy the breast milk lol but I did nurse my child for 14 months. Best decision ever! Thanks for your videos! They make my day 🙂

Hi! I hope that your delivery moves along in a greatly stress free and fearless manner for you..(as little pain as possible!) I have Ben watching your videos since the spring and you were a part of my decision to transition so I thank you for sharing so much of yourself…it has been great watching you throughout your pregnancy! Congratulations!

Oh, I would absolutely buy and use breast milk for EVERYTHING!! I am planning a pregnancy and one of my books discusses the myriad of "uses" for breast milk…amazing antibiotic and topical cream on demand..it's cures ear infections and a host of other ailments..so awesome..moms, y'all rock in so many ways!

Okay……so, um….if they sold breastmilk in grocery stores, would you be curious as to whom it belonged to? I would, LOL…. I would need to know their medical history (and even then I don't know…weird). It was years ago and I dont think it ever happened but Ben & Jerrys was talking about using breastmilk for their ice cream. It sounds cool until you think about who the donators are. But I digress, I'm virtually sending you tons of best wishes in your delivery and mommyhood thereafter!!

YESSSS!!! for natural Breastmilk!!! I am truly an advocate for Breastfeeding. Lactation Consultants are good for one on one reinforcement/teaching just in case you have problems.

I enjoy your videos and appreciate the lengths you have gone to make them throughout your pregnancy. I feel you and Felipe have basically shared your pregnancy with us. Love the Belly shot!!! 🙂 Pregnancy is a beautiful period in a woman's life. I also appreciate your candor in answering questions about hair growth and discussing some of the things that went on during your pregnancy. Hair growth during pregnancy is individual thing just as morning sickness, swelling, heartburn, etc.

I am praying for your safe delivery and a healthy, beautiful baby…Olivia for you and Felipe. Peace and Blessings! 🙂

Hey Whit … I found your channel about a month ago in my journey of taking out my dreads and going back natural. I thank you sooooooooooo very much. I'm so in luv with you and Felipe you guys are so funny and sweet. I pray that God will continue to bless the both of you and you guys new addition which she arrives.

I do have a quick question I believe that my hair is a combination of 4b and 4c. Would your methods work on my hair type as well and do you think i would be able to start my hair regimen while removing my dreads? ok i guess that was two questions….lol thanks again for your time showing us the beauty of being natural and Felipe thanks for talking her into embracing her natural hair… 😉 God Bless

Anyone know what documentary she was referring to? About the breast milk on the face

I had the exact same experience with hair growth while I was pregnant. I was expecting all this lush long hair and if anything my growth was the same or a bit slower. That was disappointing but the upside is that I had zero postpartum shedding.

Up to 60% of your hair that is in the growth state may enter into the telogen resting state. The hair loss usually peaks 3-4 months after delivery as your hair follicles rejuvenate themselves. As noted before, this hair loss is temporary and hair loss returns to normal within six to twelve months.

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