If you ask any parent, they’ll likely tell you that raising a child is one of the most challenging jobs in the world. While parenting can be difficult even for a well-equipped couple, it can be even harder for single parents who are expected to perform a job that is usually done by two people. That was the case for Greg Wickherst, a single father living in Pueblo, Colorado with his young daughter Izzy. Greg was navigating the waters of being a single parent and felt like he had most things covered — that is, except for doing his daughter’s hair.
Being A Single Parent Isn’t Easy
After he and his wife went their separate ways, Greg Wickherst received primary custody of his three-year-old daughter, Izzy. Although he had become comfortable with almost all aspects of parenting, when it came to properly styling his daughter’s hair, Greg felt like he was clueless.
In order to solve his problem, Greg claims that “I saw an area that I was lacking as a parent and wanted to fix it, so I asked for help.”