Friday, December 05, 2008

Chick got a new dew

Chick #3 needed a new look. She had been working on growing out her bangs for some time. As you can tell, she is now able to tuck them behind her ears. She had two layers of hair, a very long layer and then her bangs that were down to her chin. The Rooster had made appointments for the boy chicks to have their hair cut this past Wednesday, but Chick #2 is boycotting haircuts because he wants to grow his hair out. It must be a pre-teen boy thing. I believe that he is looking up to a few teen boys in our church that have long hair. Since there was extra time scheduled I figured I would give chick #3 a treat and let her have a hair cut. She has always been the one to want to short hair. The new short hair cut matches her personality to a tee and it looks very cute.
The next morning after her hair had dried from her bath. I flipped up the end with a curling iron. She was as bouncy as her curls for the rest of day. Today she has been attempting to write lyrics to some songs that she hopes to set to music one day. Chick #1 has been gracious enough to write the words down for her because she is not able to spell many words yet. I will keep you posted on this musical endeavor.

5 comments:

Melissa Sutton said...

Oh my goodness what a cute due. I didn't think I would like it because you all have had long hair since forever. Tell her she looks very beautiful. I can only imagine how she can flip her hair when she is talking and turning to go! Like you said it fits her personality!

Gina said...

What an adorable hair cut!

Ohio Tourangeau's said...

WOW! That haircut is perfect for her! Ryan and I both think she looks so beautiful and grown up!

Nana Porcupine said...

What a apecial treat for chick #3! I was almost afreid to scroll down but when I did, I abaolutly love it. It looks so fresh, bouncy and alive. Good job keeping those eyes open too!
I love you, From Nana

Kristen said...

I really do love the haircut. I didn't get a chance to tell her on Christmas day. So, please pass along my thumbs-up.