Thursday, June 25, 2009

Please help

I need your honest opinions! Should I leave Alia's hair un-braided for my nieces wedding on Saturday....or....
















should I braid it like Joeliana's?

19 comments:

  1. I vote unbraided! Cute either way but that little fluff in the back it too cute! How are you? I have been meaning to e-mail you!

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  2. Oh I know you are sooooo hoping we all go for the unbraided look :)

    Honestly--I LOVE the braids. Oh--and heaps and heaps of beads :)

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  3. Since I know it takes you a really long time to do the braids (soooo veryveryvery cute) and you have many other things to do to get ready, I think you really want us to say..no braids. :) AND since Alia looks much like a 'Children's Place' magazine model, I say no braids. Your girls are beautiful.

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  4. I like the natural look but those braids are beautiful as well. I am impressed with your skills, I can't do cornrows at all!

    Kari
    Africainourhearts.blogspot.com

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  5. oh my goodness! i love them BOTH. So cute!!!

    You have beautiful girls!

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  6. oupps....that last comment up there was from me...Lexie! I forgot that i was on my moms computer and signed in as her!! Oupps!!

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  7. I love both too, but for the wedding I think I vote braids. :)

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  8. They are both beautiful. I had to comment just to say how impressed I am with your braiding skills!

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  9. Nice braids!! You could get a big ribbon and tie a box to make it a bit fancier for the wedding (with the free hair) :-) I LOVE my daughter's hair free but it gets too tangles at night even with a sleep cap and she hates getting it combed out...

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  10. i meant to say tie a BOW!!! :-)

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  11. Shonni;

    I like it both ways...favoring natural though. Can you fly to CT and teach me to braid? I don't even know how to part. How did you learn? Is there hope for me?

    Kimmie
    mama to 7
    one homemade and 6 adopted

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  12. Your daughters are both so beautiful! I always love it when my wife does loose braids on my daughter, but out looks pretty darn cute too! We have only done the cornrows once, it was cute too! I think she'll be beautiful whatever you decide. Miss you and Kaylin! Your little brother, James

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  13. Gotta tell you ... you do a GREAT job on the cornrows. Wow!

    Have you tried yarn braids? I just re-did Rachel's this week, and the last set lasted almost 6 months. Seriously ... they still looked good, too.

    My girls LOVE their yarn braids. It usually takes me 8-10 hours per girl (with beading help from my 12 year old daughter), but then it lasts usually 3-4 months (or 6 months if you get really lucky).

    I, too, love the bonding time during our Hair Days.

    Laurel

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  14. They are both adorable and you couldn't have gone wrong either way!!

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  15. This is the picture I was talking about when I said Alia looks so quiet and calm!!! HA! HA! HA!! :-) Love that girl and her big personality!!

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