Wednesday, July 20, 2011

An Email Every Parent Dreads...


LouseCalls is sending you this email anonymously from a friend of yours. Your friend cares about you and wants you to know that you may have recently been in contact with someone that may have head lice, and want you to be on the lookout.

LouseCalls, Florida's most experienced head lice removal service, suggests you follow our 4 C's to determine if anyone in your family has head lice:

First and foremost, remain Calm and don't "Freak Out." Head lice affect millions of people in the United States every year, of all socio-economic levels and backgrounds. Head lice are not a sign of un-cleanliness or an indication that you did anything wrong as a parent.
Check each of your family members for the presence of head lice. For information about what to look for and down to earth facts, visit our web site at
Communicate to other people in your social circle that head lice are around. You can also send this email anonymously by simply filling out the form at Remember, head lice├»¿½s best defense technique is the fact that people are embarrassed to communicate to friends and family that they have had lice.
Contact LouseCalls with any questions or comments you may have, or to make an appointment. LouseCalls has helped thousands of families eradicate head lice from their lives since 2005, and we can help you too. Contact LouseCalls directly at 561-3760-1066 or
Warm wishes for a head lice free future!

Amy Graff
LouseCalls, Inc
"No More Louse-y Days"

Can you say, "YUCK!!" I don't know about you, but my head has been itching ever since I read this!!!! Thankfully I have not seen any critters in any of Mama Henley's babies' hair, but rest assured I am on the lookout!!!!


Portuguese Prepster said...

o godd!! ewww

The Niemeyer Nest said...

That is a genius idea to send an email - much better than having to tell your friends in person. So glad your kids are okay.

Travelbugmom said...

I read the title of your blog and IMMEDIATELY thought LICE!! Yes, I'm a mother for over 21 years and that is the WORST! Good luck! Fingers crossed.

PS cool company, though.

Anonymous said...

My sisters kids got it from relatives and as hard as she worked to get them out they kept coming back. Solution to not getting them and fighting them that is natural is tea tree oil. It works wonderful. You never have to worry that the chemical is burning your child's head. I would recommend it once to twice a week. All you do is put 3-5 drops in the conditioner of your choice and rub it all over your hair and let sit for a min or two. You can also put a few drops on the crown of the skull when hair is wet or dry. I use this and it has also helped with my dry itchy head.