Saturday, 8 November 2008

Hair...

Gimme a head with hair, long beautiful hair, shining, gleaming, streaming, flaxen, waxen...

Hair

23 months worth & finally she will let me put it in pigtails without hysterics.

It's funny, when she was born it was the darkest brown, but all that baby hair fell out & grew back white-blonde.

I was thinking that I would get it cut before she turns two to neaten it up, but I'm not sure I can do it now...

11 comments:

Shellbells said...

noooo dont do it!!! my chickens is getting about the same length!! I have only trimmed the fringe!!!

Little Munchkins said...

I still can't bear to cut the back of my DD's hair. I remember telling myself, maybe when she's 2...now she is already 2.5, I say maybe when she's 3.

I have good and bad days with hairties and hairclips. Some days it stays on longer, some days it comes off pretty fast. I suppose it is staying on longer than before so there's hope.

Sarah S said...

Oh don't cut it! I cut my daughters hair when she was little and all that hair just disappeared and never came back!

Jo said...

i really don't think that it needs cutting, it's all even length and looks like its thickening up all on its own... daisy's hair was so crazy i had to do it, lolo's looks lovely like it is ;)

Little Min said...

It looks so pretty! I have threatened to get a fringe cut if my girl refuses to wear hair clips or bands to keep it out of her face but I really don't want to do it. She on the other hand would love a second visit to the hairdresser. We got to age 3 I suppose...

jodi said...

oh no, don't cut it! I've got a giveaway you may be interested in!

Louise said...

I am only a fringe cutter with my little one and I can now tie it back. Leave it - it's so pretty!

boobook said...

my mum still has the hair from my first hair cut, in one of my baby albums.

Just don't crimp it, what ever you do!!

potty mouth mama said...

Such a cute shot.

Nikki said...

We solved the pigtail tantrum issue with little plaits (less pully-on-the-heady than pigtail ties against the scalp).

Miz Molly said...

My youngest daughter's hair was blackish brown when she was born, too.
It faded to auburn, then apricot, and now she has the most amazing almost platinum blonde hair.

And I called her Scarlett, because I thought she would have my husband's dark hair and be like Scarlett O'Hara!