Wednesday, January 13, 2010

On-the-job Training, Pt. 1

Before giving birth to Playette, I wasn't what anyone would consider a master hairdresser. I was blessed with a full head of the stuff and have always struggled to keep it in a manageable state. Currently, never letting it get longer than 1/2 an inch is my method of choice.

I've talked before about the 15-30 minute per day struggle that is combing Playette's hair. As well as what it looks like when I don't.

I came across these recent photos and found the expressions on her face simply classic.

Don't worry. No toddlers were harmed in the creation of these photos. Which were taken in an airport. Because I was desperate.


(She is so dramatic.)


(I didn't even get to the back. But at least my cornrows are improving!)


Molly said...

I love the range of emotions. It goes from 'yay! photos!' to "OW mom you are KILLING ME!"

Also I'm pretty sure I made very similar faces when my mom did my hair. I had butt length curls. It caused much unhappiness.

Peaches323 said...

At least you didn't lock your knees and pop her with the brush. And where is your cup of water and jar of grease?

Wendy P said...

She's so stinkin' cute.

Lisa said...

She. Is. A. Doll.

Can she come live with me?

Christina M said...

want to help w vince's hair?

Anonymous said...

These are awesome photos..capturing the the facial expressions. She is too cute and has beautiful hair. :)

sheree said...

Malea is too funny! Hats off to you for doing all that to a two year old. I'm cringing even thinking about it. Gabby is hard enough with her one little side pony. lol

Lisa said...

HA HA HA HA HA!!!! I know one day I will face that same experience... Gary wants to grow Sheridan's hair our. And don't even get me started about my braiding skills... I have NONE.