26.11.10

Snip.

"Uhhh- I think it's stuck..." she swallows loudly and smiles so awkwardly I can't help but laugh. My little Aubrie loves to get me ready for imaginary weddings. Its wedding after wedding at our house. Its something we love to do as Ysa is sleeping. Its quiet and the aliases we assume as we play, its just fun. Really one of our favorite games, until yesterday. Yesterday I walked around all day with a comb wound up to the top of my head. hmmm. I probably should have paid more attention to her when she said she was going to curl my hair. Even my Daylan couldn't save me from the fate of the scissors! So- I had no choice but to snip.
Here is my little angel. At the time she was known as "Natasha". Clearly "Natasha" was not impressed with me after I broke the comb trying to get it out of my hair. lol. oh the drama:)

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

if there ever was a girly-girl Aubrie would be it, she is too funny. love the post. xo

day

maria lang said...

lol. isn't this such a fun age?! is it weird that Aidan and I play "wedding day" on occasion too. Except he is the groom and will get down on one knee to ask me to marry him. I always say yes! lol.

H and E said...

Did you really cut your hair off?
She is so stinkin cute and I love her enthusiasm for life!

Anonymous said...

Could you please tell "Natasha" from me that she makes a beautiful bride? So elegant. Sorry about the hair; stickers are very hard to get out also without losing a bit of hair!

Thelma

paula said...

oh no. that is awful and so funny at the same time.

Heidi Allred said...

hilarious! I hope the new do looks good, i'm sure it does, you can pull of anything!

eden lang said...

lol. I think I need to clarify...I didn't cut all of my hair. I just cut a thick wad of hair that was tangled in the comb...not so cool:)

pieface said...

Wow! Natasha is a task-master! She must have really wanted that hair to be curly. I think Santa should bring one of those big barbie head girls with the long hair for her to practice on so that her mummy's scalp can have a rest. Aren't girls so fun!?

Sara and Dustin said...

This is hilarious because I can totally see this happening in our house! My girls play "Prince and Princess" all day. They always have to "fall in love" (which means slow dancing) then "get married." Of course Lucy is the always the prince - but, thankfully, she embraces it wholeheartedly. I'm sure this is what Ysa has to look forward to! I love the exasperated Aubrie in the picture on the right. So funny!

Flora said...

Do we get to see a photo of your new hair cut? So funny!

eden lang said...

Hey Sara, your comment made me smile...

"To be fond of dancing was a certain step towards falling in love."--
Jane Austen.

:)

P.S. Aubs really misses your girls!