Thursday, March 05, 2009

Generally speaking my girls hair are always done. They usually have their hair pulled back into somesort of pigtail with bows. Maddie my 4 soon to be 5 year old is growing up. She's starting to fight me on wearing bows. She would much perfer one big pony tail or a head band. To keep the peace I haven't fought her on this too much. However her hair is driving me CRAZY! It's seems like it's always in her face, dipping into her food and just out of control. I've come across this blog a few times now called It's a mom of 3 girls who does some amazing thing with her girls hair. Tonight I had Maddie come look at the pictures she has taken of her girls hair. To my delight Maddie has chosen a few styles she would like to try. Today she chose this style. She was so excited about her new doo. I've been thinking about cutting her hair again lately. But I had so much fun playing with her hair and she had fun too, so I think we'll hold off on the cutting. It helps that this mom's blog has several pictures of Princesses hair do's like, Jasmine, Cinderella, Tinkerbell, etc. Maddie loved her hair so much she didn't let me take it out before bed tonight. We'll see what style she chooses for tommorrow. I got what I wanted tonight by having her hair done, out of her face, and looking nice. Maddie got what she wanted by not having a bow in her hair. I love it we both win!!

Emily watched me do her sisters hair and then she wanted a turn. I was suprised she sat long enough for me to do it. She even let me use the curling iron on her.

Little Miss is 2. It's hard enough to take a picture of her face. It was almost impossible to take a picture of the back of her head when she new I was trying to take a picture of her. For once she was trying to cooperate by letting me get her precious face in the pict.

I love the curls. Daddy thought she looked like a chicken with her hair up and all over. I thought it turned out pretty. I love the curls. Unlike her big sister she loves bows. She insists on having a bow everyday. So we had to throw in a bow on her doo. I'm glad she's only 2 and can't take the chicken comment to heart. If she did it may be a fight for me to do her hair ever again, knowing mom might make her look like a chicken.

For those of you with girls you've got to check this website out. For many of the styles she gives step by step instructions. She has styles for long, medium and short hair. Her baby girl isn't a year old yet and she's got a few styles for that baby fine, very short, not a lot of hair everywhere. Anyways you should try it and hopefully you'll have as much fun trying something new as my girls and I did today. Goodluck!