I swear I feed her.
That cute number in her hair was made by a lovely reader who wanted to bless my girls with her bow-making talent and sent me a card full of pinks and dots and flowers. These will quiet my North Carolina friends who balk that my girls leave the house with a head full of naked hair every day. Thank you, Katrina!.
Lol… She’s so cute! Wowww, will have to try those tickets, maybe they’re tastier than mines here, lol…
If you don’t mind me asking, what setting do you find you use most on your camera. Your pictures come out beautifully! It seems like you always have a lot of natural light. Our windows don’t seem so giving!
So precious. My girls, when they were toddlers, loved to chew on paper. I too heard the gasps when my girls would leave with naked hair. We moved to ‘toots’; those little pony tails on the top of the head. =)
You are so so Welcome… I feel so Proud to make your Blog Crystal!! You just blessed my socks off! 🙂 Merry Christmas and Lots of love to you and your family!
You have no idea how many books I now have that look like rats have nibbled at them. I have an 11 month old…nuf said.
That is a most lovely bow on a most lovely young lady. :o)
Would it be awful of me to ask the source (if she sells them) for the benefit of my own little one’s naked hair?
Come on now you know that it is a requirement if you live in the south and have a baby girl she has to have a huge bow in her hair. I hated wearing them, but now i dream about torturing the child i don’t have with them.