I’m continually amazed at how many people seem concerned about how Jess chooses to wear her hair. Jess prefers her hair down. It’s really that simple. She doesn’t want to wear a barrette, clip, nor headband. She’s not bothered by it being in her face. It doesn’t obstruct the vision that she doesn’t have. She doesn’t want it cut shorter. In fact, she would rather never have a haircut again in her lifetime.
Jess has had shorter cuts. They are impossible to manage and her hair becomes out of control twice a day – first thing in the morning, and after her nap. Jess is not able to independently style her own hair and doesn’t want us to either.
We are home most of the time. We don’t ‘fix’ Jessica’s hair when she rolls out of bed in the morning. We don’t prep for our video of the morning. What you see is how it really is, and that’s what you’ll always see.
However, Jess is agreeable to wearing it up when she’s eating to keep it out of her food, and when we are going places. It is our compromise.
I am taking the time to answer this question for the genuine people who ask in a polite and simply curious manner.