Curls

Oh how I have loved Tuesday’s curls. They were such a wonderful surprise from two straight haired parents! But had become a source or tears for poor Tuesday. She told me she wanted her hair SHORT. I did not really want her hair that short, and I really thought she didn’t know what she meant. She had been on a big, “I want it down to my vulva” kick. Ha! I know 🙂 But after telling me again that Nana should cut it SHORT when she visited I gave in.

So excited! Lucky girl with her personal traveling hair dresser!

Hey Tuesday, what is Bennet doing while you get your haircut?

“Bennet is sleeping like this!”

 

(Before)

(After) thank you Nana!

Still a little wave on her cute little head.

She loves it! And this is much easier to deal with since she does not like to put it up. I did have Nana leave it a little long so I could get it up in piggies for dance class.

In the same vein as yesterday’s post… doesn’t this make her look old?!?!

8 Replies to “Curls”

  1. I love it! It still curls on the ends…so cute! Yes, she does look like a big girl now!! And your garden shed is so lovely in the background!

  2. It makes her look more grown up.. So adorable 🙂 She’s funny girl, and so cute!

  3. BTW I love the yellow saltwater sandals!

  4. I think it’s totally cute! And the good thing about hair is that it always grows back, so at some point she can grow it “down to her vulva”…….

  5. love the haircut, love the shoes, love the outfit, LOVE LOVE LOVE the shed. I saw the inspiration photos before you started, and so far it looks like you are coming away with something far better! Your house should be in a magazine! So amazing.

  6. “Down to my vulva.” HA! That’s hilarious!

  7. oh my word. she looks CUTE! love that she still has curls too. and i also am loving the peek at the shed behind the cute girl 😉

  8. Just saw your blog on FB…so cute! And I had the same problem with G’s hair – after the first cut, all her precious curls were gone. Glad Tuesday still has hers. 😉 Love the hair cut, she looks beautiful.

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