Sunday, January 22, 2006

According to Loo: How to "Work It"

Even three-year-olds feel good after they get a hair cut. This morning Loo & I ventured out to Cool Cuts 4 Kids, while DH stayed home with Loco. After we were finished we headed over to Starbucks for a Mocha and Apple Juice. When we walked in, she was bouncing with happiness over her new haircut and shaking her curls (the lady did a really good job blow drying it to flip out so cute). NOTE: Her Daddy taught to shake her curls along time ago and is seriously regretting it, now that she "works it"!

We weren't in the door of SB's for more than 30 seconds when she got her first compliment. Like a good girl she told everyone, "Thank you" and then explained how she just got her haircut, played with the trains, and watched a princess video. Who knew so much excitement could be packed into one trip for a haircut! All day long she was so proud of her new do and was shaking her curls. Gosh, I love this girl :)

Hamming it up for the camera! Is that pizza sauce all over your face?

I just love that big smile - I want to eat her cheeks!

Now the fun has begun and the laughter is coming out!

Wait a minute - who taught you how to do that, Loo?!!?

From AL & Loo . . . Have a great weekend!


momyblogR said...

What a cutie she is...oh man! That smile is GREAT! And her hair cut is adorable.

Marel Lecone said...

So sweet. Sounds like a really nice time for the both of you. :)

momma of 2 said...

She is so cute - love her big blue eyes. Her hair cut looks great - glad you had a good time - she'll remember the one on one time you guys had when she is older..

candyfortheteacher said...

How cute!!! Her curls are adorable but those dimples. She definitely has the perosnality to go with them. She is precious.

Becky said...

I'm thinking you have an up-and-coming model there:)

Becky said...

I LU-HUH-HUV Cool Cuts for Kids.
Max is so involved in Thomas the Tank Engine that he gets upset that he can't finish watching the movie!

Southern Fried Girl said...

Hey, thanks so much for dropping by the blog. :)

Your daughter is absolutely adorable.

Nik said...

Such a happy kid! Who could blame her with pretty hair like that!