Very nice! :)
You have created a beautiful little girl there :) My daughter did the whole hair thing like yours is doing to. She definitely looks happy and was an adorable little baby! And Happy Birthday to her!
Thank you Rick!! Yeah that was expensive, good thing Grandma footed the bill, there's a lot more involved in rainbow hair than I would have imagined. I'm one proud mamma, she's a really good kid. <3
Well I never honestly got the whole hair thing with my daughter and I grew up when guys would have hair longer than the girls in high school, everyone had aquanet in their locker and Spandex was the Yoga Pants of that time. I had the long hood hair in High School (currently sporting the Mr. Clean look though) but all I ever did was wash it and get it trimmed once a month lol. It seems like way to much work what kids do to their hair now a days. That might explain why I listen to the 80's rock station on XM...Give me Dokken over Beyonce any day!
Beyonce is garbage, although I can't compare because although I've heard OF Dokken I don't think I've ever actually listened to one of their songs...
I should have said Led Zepplin or AC/DC then :D
Huuuuuuge Zeppelin fan, AC/DC is just okay :-)
I love her hair!!! I'm so jealous!! lol
I know, right?! I can't get away with that at work or we'd be twinsies more than we already sort of are =-)
Happy birthday to your daughter. She is cute, from the start . I think I wore that dress as an adolescent in the 60s. ;D I had feathered hair (they call it a long Gypsy today) in the 70s, about 3' long.
Thank you! Soooo you looked like Stevie Nicks?? <3
laughing... catching breath... laughing again... No. I was never cute. Husband thinks I am pretty, but he loves me. Before we moved 9 years ago, my hair was over 4' long. After shutting it in doors, kneeling to clean something up and then not being able to rise because I was on my hair, I cut it to just below my shoulders, again in a gypsy cut. My neck loved it. My husband lost his live entertainment. ;D I did use to get $100 tips at the Indian casino I worked at for my hair. Men seemed to be fascinated with it.