Thursday, May 26, 2011

oh, natty dreadlock...

I like to pretend Liza's dreadlock is a product of:
 a mama in love with Bob Marley and a daddy obsessed with The Grateful Dead.


But, I'm pretty sure the reality of the situation is:
  her mama forgets little girls with lots of hair need their hair brushed on a daily basis.

No matter the cause, it's time to either cut the dread or put a bead on it.

I won't lie.

Most days, I lean towards the bead.

6 comments:

Amanda @ Gratefully Growing in Grace said...

This made me laugh out loud. It's so sweet! That long hair is tough to take care of with bobbing baby heads. My Little Lady gets really hot and she wakes up in the morning with her long, sweaty hair plastered all over her forehead, eyes, and nose. I don't know what to do about that.
Go for the bead!

childsplay said...

oh cut it out...I should have done it this past weekend...next post - rattails on girls...I was checking out mar's curl in the back yesterday and felt like I was looking at an odd mullet - and was tempted to cut it...but didn't - that's pretty terrible, cutting the only hair she has!!!

Amanda said...

That's funny. I am always saying "I'm so glad I have a little boy." I go DAYS w/o combing his hair and it doesn't show. :) When he starts showing signs of bed-head, it's time for a hair cut.

Jude and Alisha said...

You know you're never cutting that thing out - or the rat tail...

Mandi S. said...

bead, beAD, BEAD!!! :)

Erika said...

haha... so cute! Great idea. Dylan has dreads in the same spot, actually. Time to pick up some beads ;)