Saturday, July 25, 2009



This is after she has slept on it for two nights, but her hair doesn't show much wear. (a very lucky girl, indeed.) I didn't have time to take a picture right after I cut it and then yesterday was so gloomy and rainy that I didn't want to take a picture then...(yucky horrible weather!!)

Anyway, we found an organization that takes 8" of hair (most of them require more inches than that). I thought we'd have to grow it longer in order to donate it, but I couldn't talk her into it. She had been doing her hair in all these cute funky ways, so I was sad to see it go. But she told me that she'd still "do" her Do.

here's one of her in action:


But #3 didn't want to miss out on the picture action:


The flowers are from the Little Princess Bowtique, who spoiled us rotten with cuteness. I had an urge to fix her hair in a little pony and put the flower low on the side, but then, who am I to ruin the perfectly wonderful way a five-year-old does her hair?


p.s., while we're on the subject, if you'd like to enter a giveaway for the Little Princess Bowtique, click here.


the wrath of khandrea said...

wow. stunning. she actually reminds me of tara a bit in that first shot. lucky girl.

xianfern said...

Awwh.. she looks beautiful! And so much older.. did you do the entire cut? Good job if so! I cut my boys hair, but jeesh, it never turns out this perty! ;)

Jeanneoli said...

It looks great! My daughter just recently got a bob and I love it on her too.

christhadasister said...

Wow! Great job! She looks so grown up!

A-Kap said...

I'll just say it again...I LOVE short hair. It is so dang cute on lil girls and so many won't wear it short. She looks even better in person...which is very hard to believe based on these gorgeous pictures. She's a stylin' lil babe.

jenica said...

she looks so grown up! what a great style for her face. will you cut my hair while i'm out? ;-D


Abby said...

Your children could not be more beautiful. Truly.