Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Minnie and Daisy

The Littles surprised me the other day when they A) asked I style their hair and B) asked for it to be different "so people know who we are". 

Here, littles don't leave their hair down (like I often have The Littles). Friends congratulate me when I do the smallest style to their hair and I am often asked if I just don't know how to braid. :) I try to explain that The Littles like their hair all big, bouncy, loose and beautiful and am met with blank stares.

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Something about their hair in big, bouncy balls is about cuter than I can handle. 

They call themselves Minnie and Daisy.

10 comments:

Kristen Hoerr said...

So stinkin cute!

Shari Fiechter said...

I love that they wanted different styles so people can tell them apart. Minnie and Daisy, so adorable!

Rachel said...

Oh, I love this! I will have to show this to my Daisy...she will like it :)

Mindy said...

So darling! Alaysia would fit in well with them...she is obsessed with Minnie and Daisy!!!

Blume Family said...

I can TOTALLY relate to the "blank stares". I feel like the ads for the girls on GAP and Old Navy ads all have giant beautiful hair...and I LOVE it! But they must not be the "norm" (go figure)and trying to catch a new trend around here hasn't really caught on! What I figured out...if the hair isn't "up"=it isn't "done" in many minds. Sometimes we go with it, sometimes we don't. I have noticed when it is "up" more, it seems to retain the moisture better! Blessings to your family!

Sarah Stoller said...

Love the hair Amy :-) but then the girls would be cute no matter what you did to their hair

Sheila said...

Oh my goodness! I just can't stand the cuteness!! Love it! Our Sophie likes her hair free to! :)

Justin & Sarah said...

I still can't get over how much older they look with their hair up! They are beautiful - hair up, hair down, whatever... :)

Sandra said...

those girls are beautiful!!! I LOVE their hair up. Makes them look older for sure.

Kim Plattner said...

So beautiful on the outside and inside, too...I got a first-hand glimpse of that! : )