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Why She'll Never Have Long Hair.


She'll pull the elastic out and chew her hair. Between this and the couch-climbing, we have a lot of "finishing" to do on this one. Note to Girlie: and when you get older, the "peekaboo" game really shouldn't be played with your dress. And despite what your brothers have taught you, not *everyone* wants to smell your feet and pretend to die dramatically. Thanks.

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  1. Awww come on Mum, don't be a spoil sport! Smell her toes and drop to the floor dramatically for her!

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  2. She just gets cuter every day!

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  3. that is so funny because my two girls don't do that with their hair. I've made over fifty bows for them. My 3 year old keeps hers in and my 21 month old comes up to me in the bathroom and turns around to tell me she wants her hair done. She is really still and once I do her hair, she never touches it. I don't know if it would help but I use those plastic little hair ties. They are hard for me to come out.

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  4. That is my little cousin Sam, She hates her hair up and it is always down. The only time I have ever seen it up was in her dance recital recently and that was because she had to!

    I so want to put piggy tails in her should length hair!

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  5. cute! i guess that's when curly hair is nice at this age...it takes a while to get in her mouth...

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  6. I guess I'm a strange mom. Watching my kids pretend to die from feet stink cracks me up! The hair thing though... let's just say I have issues with hair. The fact that Nutkin screams at the top of his lungs when he sees the scissors is no end of stress for me. I.must.have.neat.hair. Sigh. Seeing the ends of his scraggly hair drip with sweat in the summer heat makes me want to scream.

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