Family Hairstory

 

Avery’s mane of wavy blonde hair was a long time coming, but now at seven years old, her crowning glory is fierce and fabulous.

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To prevent glue and lunch and sand and small birds and whatever else from getting stuck in her hair during the day, I tie it back or braid it every morning. I won’t tell you how many hours I’ve spent on You Tube trying to master the fishtail braid

The other morning I was running way behind. As I was frantically throwing lunches together I could hear the kids upstairs brushing their teeth.

“Stay still Avery,” I heard my son say to his sister. “Okay now look. How’s that?” he asked her.

“Wow… I booootiful!” Avery announced.

She came downstairs proudly sporting a messy but awesome ponytail ala her brother (the elastic basically fell out before Avery reached the kitchen).

“Maybe you should give me a ponytail lesson? In case you’re sick or away or something so I know how to do Avery’s hair for school.”

Aw Sebastian. You’re mummy’s hairo. xo

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