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Life with a boy and his Hypoplastic Left heart Syndrome, now Heart transplant and partial Liver from Aspergillius. Also, a girl and her Tethered Spinal Cord Syndrome, Neuro Endocrine Cell Hypoplasia, Lumbar Hemangioma, asymmetrical gluteal cleft, Pectus Carinatum and two Super Sisters and one yummy baby brother.

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

The perming of Munchie

I did it!!! I took this little girl and I permed her hair. I guess that is what you get when you have a hair dresser momma.... I have no idea how to manage her unmanageable hair. Her hair is straight, I am curly, it is thin, it is also cotton candy in the back.
 
 It took a few minutes to roll... Fastest roll ever!
Then she waited while we got the solution ready... 
We let her have a few sips of Grandma's baba
 
And she survives with hair that is way more like what I am used to.... 
She also get a few treats for being such a great little client....


Yesterday the girls got flu shots!!! Just another day at the home front!!!
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8 comments:

berrymom said...

Adorable!

Elk Horn Specialties said...

Abbie's hair was just like this and I did the same thing! So Cute!!

likeschocolate said...

Now she looks like her sissy and addy!

Anonymous said...

While it may look darling, some one should mention that her hair was darling before! It was so silky and soft!

Kara and Cody Markham said...

So cute!! I love it:)

MEL said...

Brynn,
I saw this set and thought your little Munchie might love it! Especially with her new curls!!! :)

http://www.zulily.com/p/my-little-salon-25204-2150721.html?pos=6&e=1&

Heart Mommy said...

Yeah!!! Thanks for the sweet comments everyone!! Especially that someone thought I did a half decent job before! Made my day!!! And what a cute thing MEL!

Anonymous said...

A child this young has hair follicles that are not yet fully developed. If you temper with chemicals that should only be in the hands of a beauty professionals you risk your child experiencing severe scalp irritation, damage to her hair and permeant damage to her fair follicles. Embrace this littles girls hair the way God gave it to her. Once she has gone through puberty her hair follicles will have matured and then you will know what color and texture her hair will be, right now you are taking the risk of seriously harmony your child for what? For her to look more cute and adorable than she already is?

Sorry I can't find that cool in any way. It is scary to me and even more scary that so many other would applaud this.

Kids grow up faster and faster, let her be little with messy hair, she'll have the rest of her life to be concerned with her looks. Moms should not bring that on at such an early age,