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January 25, 2009


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How fun!! I sometimes need more girly time and I got some of that this weekend. I had to kidnap my niece to get it...but we scored. :)


Oh, that picture is adorable!

Maybe not as whimsical, but OH...the special times you're wracking up over the years.

stephanie (bad mom)

Wonderful, joyous, momentous. I'm so glad you had time & she had no plans...And it sounds like the blush landed where it's supposed to.



Fun story. My girls used to get a round brush stuck in my hair every time I let them play beauty shop with me. I have PTSD from that.


What a great story...and wonderful memories for you. I also loved when my girls did this...they loved to twist my hair in little knots and add pencils...then they would crack up.
Girls are fun.
SB is a doll.

Manic Mommy

What a fantastic memory! Not to mention feeling just delicious. This is one of the many reasons I miss not having girls. The boys have absolutely no interest in brushing my hair.


that's really nice. what a lovely photo. hope you get many more of those together times. :-)


What fun! It was always the other way around with me and my daughter, she was forever wanting me to make her up. She still asks me to blow dry, curl or braid her hair. She puts on her own make up these days though. Great memories!

green girl

how fun! I was a little sad thinking once that my sons would not want to do beauty parlor--I do love the feeling of being pampered--and little kids are so gentle with hair. All three love to comb my hair and style it--trouble is, with boys, I get two options: Power Ranger or X-man.

apathy lounge

I live in a house with four males. Girly time seems like a luxury. I need it, but I tell myself I don't and there's no one to argue with me.


My daughter still does that or when she does my nails she will say "You work today?"

Smalltown Mom

Nice girl time.

Prof. J.

What a beautiful girl! I was picturing her as Dolly Parton when you were talking about the patter.

phd in yogurtry

How sweet. My kids loved to brush my hair but at an age where the brushing felt like wrapping strands of hair around barbed wire and yanking until I screeched.

Baby Favorite

That is the darlingest picture of her! What precious memories. Aren't daughters great?


I love when Chickie Girl messes with my hair! One time she had about a million clippies in my hair and the doorbell rang. I don't think my neighbor ever laughed so hard before or since!


Ditto what Apathy Lounge and Manic Mommy said.


Don Mills Diva

Aww how cute!

Now where's the picture of you after you got all beautified?!

Cheri @ Blog This Mom!

Ah. I love having daughters.

Memarie Lane

I love it when Jessamine plays with my hair. Personally I am a horrible stylist though. I'd like to go to beauty school just so I can learn how to style my own hair and make some decent ponytails for my girls.

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