Monday, March 15, 2010

Super Cute Cow

Well, everyone here is finally recovered from the stomach flu of 2010. And all I will say is that my house is so clean that I may not have to clean this week (okay, that is wishful thinking but still). Because the kids were still recovering (or milking it), it was pouring ran and daddy was working we decided to have PJ day on Saturday. I decided to try and get some pictures of Grace. So here are some (in my opinion) pictures of the cutest cow!!










As you may be able to tell from these pictures, Grace's hair is a mess these days. It has gotten super long, it is half way down her back, and it is really uneven. I love it long but it needs to be trimmed a little bit. The only problem is, I'm not sure how to do that. She is afraid of any place that is too bright and noisy, so that will rule out most hair salons. And she is afraid of any personal grooming, meaning she screams her head off like you were skinning her alive if you come near her with finger nail clippers, a syringe for medicine or a toothbrush. So I may have to do it myself one of these days or find a hair stylist that will come to my house and do it for me.



4 comments:

Gardenia said...

that's gotta be the cutest cow in the city. my daughter will not let me touch her hair, or wash her ears. it's a real battle!

Cheryl (FTC) said...

So adorable!!! I cut Isabella's hair. It may not be perfect, but it sure beats the fighting screaming child I would have if I tried to have it done at a shop :) I say just do the best you can :) She's beautiful no matter what!

Hannah said...

Adorable! I love the cow print but the cutie pie wearing them is what is really adorable.

Good luck with the hair. I have always trimmed Sophia's at home (so far) I hope whatever you do causes very little stress for both of you.

Anna said...

Oh they are very super cute pics of Grace...luv those cow PJ's:)

Hope you can get her to agree to a haircut and all the other things...I have a friend who said she had the same problem with one of her girls...thankfully it was just a stage and she has grown through that phase and is very well groomed. She also wouldn't use any public toilets during that phase which made going out interesting!

Teeth brushing is not Connor's favourite thing either unless you just let him chew on the brush!!:)

Take care,
Anna