I’m still very much in the holiday mode even though I’m back to work. That said the weekend is just a few hours away
The hubby and I have been contemplating on throwing a Hallowen party like forever! But we never got to that, perhaps we’ll wait for Sairah to be a little older so that she can join in the fun.
Meanwhile, no costume needed – the little one’s hair can be crazy sometimes, like so:
In conjunction with Hallowen, I wanna go as Edward Scissorhands mommie!
Ma, why you no comb my hair??! I’m scaring myself.
Who knew her hair was capable of doing that, lol
Am trying really hard to trim her hair, but it’s SO tough as she won’t sit still. Last night I manage to trim the left side and her ‘fringe’ as she slept. Couldn’t do the right coz as I turned her, she woke up so now she has unbalanced hair, lol. This weekend this mommie is on a mission to make her daugther’s hair sane again!
Totally unrelated but this is what happens when I take fashion advice from the hubby:
Was gonna roll down that socks when he said to leave it as it is, more punk-ish that man said and this was the result:
Seriously can’t imagine Sairah in a punk outfit. She is meant to be sugar sweet and wrapped in all things girly!
I aptly call this the Harajuku look, sure did get alot of look from people in the mall. Hmm, are you digging this look? The hubby thinks he started a trend but I”m 50-50 with this one.
Please feel free to sing along to Gwen Stefani’s Harajuku song…..coz that damn song is going through my head now.
Moral of the story: Never take ‘fashion advice’ from a man who can’t even dress himself well:D
Dressing up a baby girl should solely be a mother’s job. Period. From now on he cleans her poop and I will decide what she wears