This is a style that I never shared last spring. We are huge Harry Potter fans around here, so when the kids were told to dress as their favorite book character for spirit week Miss Sass knew exactly who she wanted to be!
Little Miss had her hair in big twists the day before and we liked how smooth, but full her hair was after, so we just left it. We added a little row of pony braids at the top to hold her bangs back and then pulled all the hair into a low side ponytail.
She wore her Hogwarts cape, but chose to skip the hat because her hair was so "perfect".
This 'do could of course be pulled off by Muggles as well. :)
Who would your child choose for favorite book character?
We had trouble naming this style, but we have done it a few times. Little Miss likes that there are just the few curls on top of the rest of the hair. It looks pretty and is just something fun and simple for days when she wants her hair down.
I love the way this style turned out! Miss Sass said that it felt a little funny on her neck, but when she saw the pictures she said I should do it again soon. It might even be our First Day of School style. :)
We influence who our children will be with the way we behave around them and love them. Such an incredible opportunity! I love spending time with my kids and getting to see things from their perspective. They are such a blessing!
Almost a teenager and maturing by the second, I can barely keep up with this boy! It is so exciting and terrifying watching your child grown into an adult. But I'm already so proud of the man that he is becoming!
Drama-Boy (Dun dun dun Daaaah!)
This child is so creative and loving! The drama has not toned down and I wouldn't want it to for a minute. He is one of the sweetest and most sensitive people I've ever known and he sees the world in a beautiful way!
Little Miss Sass
This girl continues to surprise and challenge us everyday. She is brilliant and beautiful and I love every minute!