Thursday, January 29, 2009
I need beauty school lessons
I have never been a "girly-girl". I have never been one spend much effort on my hair. I pretty much wash my hair, brush it and let it air dry. (That explains so much, I know.)
Now that I have a little girl, I want her to be as cute as possible. Yesterday I dediced to put her hair up. (Ok, wait, let me back track- in December I was laughed at because I didn't know where my friend got the clear rubber bands. Apparently even my husband new that they were clear ponytail holders!)
I bought some of the clear ponytail holders, which seemed perfect because they said "Ouchless" and because they seemed small enough to hold the tiny bit of hair that Elsie has.
LET ME JUST TELL YOU - they are not ouchless, if your mom pulls your hair when she puts them in.
These were really, really hard for me to get in. (Go head, let me some tips if you have any. Elsie would appreciate it!)
Here she is recovering.
Thankfully, chocolate milk helps make everything better.
Here are some of her brother's comments:
David: "She REALLY looks like a Toddler now!"
Thomas didn't have much to say about it. I did catch him trying to "touch them" (pull on them) a few times.
Jonathan (as he got in the car when I picked him up from school):
"Why did you put her hair like that?"
"No, seriously, why did you put her hair like that??"
"It is going to be really easy for me to pull her hair now."
Here is one of my favorite pictures.