Wednesday, May 6, 2009

What is it with girls?

None of my boys ever made me sit for a half hour just to do my hair!

I was trying to descreetly take pictures with my cell phone (excuse the blur) But check out this girls face -- this is serious business to her! I had to laugh when half way through our hair session she donned the sun glasses!

Oh, and you can see the newest haircut she is sporting. This is the one she did herself, after climbing on the cupboard to get the scissors from their hiding place...




10 comments:

Beth said...

Oh Oh Oh welcome to my world! Just wait til she is not satisfied on how you do HER hair...oh the battles we had!

Lisa said...

OH THE SWEETNESS OF IT. I MISS THOSE DAYS. BABYGIRL IS 13, AND I HAVE TO BEG HER TO "DO" MY HAIR.

HUGS FROM MAINE

Emmy said...

My daughter will do my hair to, I love it! Anyone that says there aren't natural difference between boys and girls and that it is all socialized has never had a boy and girl :)

Fiauna said...

Not only does my daughter do my hair, but my sons do, as well. I love it--most of the time. The problem is that sometimes they want to do my hair *after* I've already done it. Or they want me to keep their *hair-do* in my hair all day.

Oh, the joys.

The Stanley Family said...

that is just the cutest thing!

Diane said...

Oh dear, what precious pictures! She is just ADORABLE!!! Quite the hairdresser, hum?!! Guess you'll have to find a better hiding place for those scissors now, huh?! Thanks for the smiles. You lifted my heart today.

Many hugs.........

Diane

Connie said...

My 2 year old loves to do mine - my son has never had any interest in my hair until my daughter did! Kids, they're such silly little creatures! :)

SO said...

I love those pictures!!

My older daughter would spend time combing my hair but not my younger.

pan x 8 said...

What Mommys do for their girls. It comes back ten-fold!

Huston Family said...

I do Emily's hair every morning, when she whines becasue the brush gets caught in her curls, I just say "it hurts to be beautiful". Last week she was doing my hair, and pulled real hard- I think on purpose, I said "hey, not so hard" and she said-you guessed it "mom, it hurts to be beutiful!" Little girls!