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Thursday, May 04, 2006

On Way to School

Rochelle multitasking (before hair combing). Note cat.

Rebecca ready to go out door and not too pleased about it.

That silly braid will drive Elcie nuts before the day is out but some people have to learn everything the hard way.

Rochelle - finished product.


Lavender Dawn said...

The braid is cute, but I bet you are right. There is no way it will survive out the day!

Sp00kalot said...

But will she take it out?? That would be admitting she was wrong about something. That was always my problem growing up.

Ava said...

If it's a "style" thing ... she'll suffer through it and maybe wear it again!!

I like the way the beads match her shirt.


Nancy said...

Such beautiful... uh, cute... uh... what's the right thing to call young girls these days without them getting offended or rolling their eyes?

Anyway, they look great. But yeah, the braid probably would get on Elcie's nerves hanging in her face like that. ;-)

Thanks for stopping by my site. I'm actually from Manlius. We still have family in Skaneateles and father west in Allegany County. Always good to meet a fellow Central New Yorker!

ipodmomma said...

they are so cute!!! hope the braid worked out okay...

JunieRose2005 said...

Such cute kids!! :)

Lucky you! My kids are all pretty much grown up and gone!! :(


Anonymous said...

The braid drives me batty just looking at it!

When I was about 10 I had this barette that had these big long ribbons hanging from it, and at the ends of the ribbons were feathers. The feathers were forever falling across my face or catching on the collar of my shirt or tickling my neck. I was obsessed with it and wore it all the time, and my mom forever complained about those feathers and how they must drive me insane. They bothered her WAY more than they bothered me.

What is it about getting older that makes you see reason?