Have you ever looked at yourself in the mirror and thought, "oh my... I'm turning into my dad." I'm starting to go gray and my wife and family revel in pointing it out. So much in fact that even my kids are getting in on it.

My 3 year old Jack asked if I had white crayon in my hair, my daughter Lexi suggested that I pluck them all out, and my step-son Garson noted how gross it was to find a long, gray hair in my chair.

I'm not going to lie: they kind of bother me. It's a mortality issue I think. After all, I'm just 35 and I'm going gray.

And just so you know: getting gray hair really doesn't have anything to do with age--It's all about genetics. So you start to turn gray about the same time as your parents did when the pigment cells in your hair follicles start to die.

So I'm looking for advice. Should I go gray naturally or fight it by dying my hair?