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February 22, 2006

Girls with curls

Filed under: Family stuff — missymuh @ 5:50 am

I can’t believe how fast Charlees hair is growing. It feels like every morning it has grown another centimeter. And it is getting so curly.

I think she must get that from my sister, because my hair was always dead strait, and from what I can tell, Lukes was always strait as a baby too. I had to invest in some more clips, ties and bobby pins the other day to help hold her fringe back. Which now, when not pinned or tied back, sits just on the bridge of her nose.

I know I should cut it but I wont. It’s a girl thing.

She has also started walking around in the cutest little manner. She places her hands on her hips and struts around the place. Usually after draping herself in numerous “pretties” (i.e. beads, ribbons and other such treasures).

She is so funny to watch.

She loads all these pretties up into her handbag, and on herself. Picks up “puppy” and stuffs him in her bag to. Gathers up all her things and piles it into her toy pram (quite often involving at least one pair of shoes, either mine, hers, Kobys or Lukes. She isn’t fussy) and pushes them all around the house.

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2 Comments »

  1. heheeh Clair that is soooo gorgeous and soooo Eloise too. We need to get a shot of them with their ‘pretties’ and their handbags *lol*.
    And the draping. What’s with the draping at this age!?? So cute 🙂
    Funny too about ‘puppy’. Eloise has the exact same puppy as Charlee but in a different colour and she takes him EVERYWHERE. We have 3 on rotation as he got so flat and grubby…but shhhhh don’t tell her that 😉

    Comment by Susannah — February 24, 2006 @ 11:39 am

  2. LOL that’s so funny. it must have something to do with their birthdays being the same lol. We tried to get Charlee to cuddle another one that is identical, but she wouldn’t take it. She can tell the difference between “her” puppy and the “fake” at twenty paces. *rolles eyes*

    Comment by missymuh — February 25, 2006 @ 1:24 am


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