Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Help!

Leslee thinks my Brooklyn is unkept and dishevelled requiring a Mommy that knows how to manage her unruly hair.






I don't seem to think much is wrong with the way it looks, but Leslee thinks otherwise and states "she is embarassed for me!" She is asking for the help of others for suggestions on how to better manage her curls. Please Twitter us with your advice and tips....
p.s. we don't have twitter, but your comments are very much appreciated!

4 comments:

Mrs. D said...

I think she looks adorable! Nothing to fix--but if you're worried maybe Grandma Trini can figure out something next month.

Becky said...

It's in that awkward stage...the hair that is. I am pretty sure all girls must go through it. Not sure you can do much about it. Just have to wait until it grows a little longer. Amaya went through her unkept and disheveled stage, only hers was worse due to the terrible hair-cut she received right before her first birthday. Only other option is a buzz. :-) I know you won't resort to that. But...she is still as cute as can be...and I personally love the curls. Once their hair is longer...it's like all of a sudden they are a kid and no longer a toddler. They look so grown up. So, enjoy the dishelvement. It will be gone before you know it. :-)

Anonymous said...

it's a bit unruly but if you're not going anywhere who cares. That's the 1 nice thing about Emma not having hair. Nothing to fix!

The Newmans said...

Carlyn's hair isn't as out of control as Brooklyn's...but if you do style it or put it in a little pony, always wet it first...it makes it much easier to style it. Also, if you just comb it, you can put a little baby lotion in it (just a little, or it will look greasy). After it's wet and combed, smooth it over with lotion! Good luck!