Sorry, Maggie. You seem to have gotten your mother's mad skillz with styling her hair. Which is to say, none. Remember I had to switch from a low-maintenance to a no-maintenance style. I figure there's worse things to not care much about than a hair style, right?
I tried to put a little velcro bow in Maggie's hair this morning. No go. I found it in the hallway after I went to get her shoes. She shook that off so fast even I was surprised. So then we went with a headband. She got it off right away in the car, and then when I went to put it back on when we got to church, one end was all wet. Huh. Baby drool, anyone? I guess we'll be sticking with the all-the-way-around head bands for a while. Those don't seem to get her attention too much (thanks, Mimi!).
With any luck, Maggie will also inherit her mommy's teenage need of fancy acne treatments. Which is to say, no need at all. I didn't do much with my hair, but didn't have to do much with my skin. Here's hoping, for her sake, cuz she may not have fancy good hair. Hopefully the natural look will be in when she's in high school.
Just keep trying. We did with sis and it eventually paid off and when it does, I want photos. Got it?
Too funny!! Brynn doesn't like it when I do her hair either, that's why it's always a mess!! She tries to take the comb from me so she can eat it and cries if I don't give it to her when I'm done. ;o)
wait til it gets long enough to braid. She's gonna love that. NOT
My little one won't keep anything in her hair either. Braids are the only thing that seem to stay. I don't have a hair styling routine anymore except for the pony tail. LOL!! It's hard to believe I use to do my hair every day. Just don't have the time with a little one running around.
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