Wordless Wednesday: Braids and beads again

* The braids and beads have been saving my life in the mornings where I don’t have to deal with Jas’s hair. *

Dancing. . . to the music in her head

still dancing. . .

and more dancing lol

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58 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: Braids and beads again

  1. Just adorable! Here via CommentHour. Tried to leave a comment last night with my iPad – couldn’t leave it on the mobile version of your site. Your mobile version, however, LOOKS fantastic on the iPad! What a beautiful little girl πŸ˜€

  2. She is a DOLL!! Her hair is gorgeous; did u do it? Love your blog background….Glad to have found u thru #commenthour

    CHEERS!

  3. she is SO cute! I don’t have any idea how to braid AT ALL… no french braiding, no regular braids… no nothing! I also agree that she is a future SYTYCD πŸ™‚

  4. I remember when I was younger, idly toying with the idea of becoming a hairdresser because I enjoyed braiding hair. I took Barbies and other dolls and cornrowed, brushed, combed, put beads in it, etc… and took great pride in my small yet no less meaningful creations.

    Then I grew up. And I realized the ambidexterity required to truly braid a real person’s hair (let alone your own) in those same intricate fashions I’d once admired wasn’t in my cards to accomplish.

    Le sigh. Well, all nostalgia aside, your daughter is adorable!!

    visiting from #commenthour

  5. She is so cute!!! I don’t know what I would do if I ever had a girl, I can’t braid hair to save my life!

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