Friday, June 11, 2010

Crazy Hair Day

Doing my girls' hair has become a real hobby for me. I love doing it and they love getting all styled up.

Today is crazy hair day at school. Here's what we came up with:

The kids had fun giggling over each other's hair when they met up this morning. Hunter's hair was really something else with his initial shaved into the side and a mohawk to boot! Linsey had hangers in her braids to make them stick out. So fun!

Natalie has decided she wants to be a hair dresser when she grows up. She recently learned how to do ponytails so playing with my hair has become a daily activity. I have my own crazy hair day style today thanks to Natalie. I'm not posting pictures of it, though. You'll just have to imagine the three ponytails and cute flower barrette.

Happy crazy hair day!


Holly said...

Bummer, I completely forgot. Abigail did do her own hair today so it very well could have been crazy. And I just put Carly on the bus without even combing her hair... do you think that counts? Next year I'll send the girls over a little early and you can do the real thing.

Camille said...

I love it! Emma wanted crazy hair too, that combined with her make-up job is actually more scary than crazy.

Chad said...

Looks like a fun time!!

Mom said...

Wow! That's some great looking hair.

Jen said...

Alyssa's hair looks very cool...and definitely crazy :) So fun!

Lucy said...

You do the best hair!

Sara said...

Alyssa's hairdo is way too cute to be called crazy! Very cute!

Amy Jones said...

I love the crazy hair days at school! You did well, my friend.

If you're ever in the mood to check out some interesting hair ideas, check out

She's got some serious time on her hands...but some of them are awful cute.

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