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Wednesday, July 1, 2009

A Labor of Love

Our eldest has been growing her hair out for the last four years for Locks of Love:



















She has a heart of pure gold and a head of hair that would make any model jealous. :)

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10 comments:

Mel @ A Box of Chocolates said...

What a great contribution! Her hair is absolutely gorgeous. You must be so proud of her wanting to help such a great organization. Her cut is so stylish and looks awesome.

cassie said...

That is too sweet! Her haircut is gorgeous...good luck keeping those boys away :)

Cascia said...

Wow! What a change for her. That was nice of her to donate all that hair. I love her new hairstyle it is very similar to what I have and my oldest daughter has. Your daughter is beautiful.

Maria@Conversations with Moms said...

Wow! Her hair was so long. She looks so refreshed and beautiful.

Muthering Heights and Other Senseless Sensibility said...

That is so precious! Her new haircut looks great! :)

Ashleigh (Heart and Home) said...

Oh, goodness, I remember when that was me! I grew my hair from the time I was 11 till 15--and then it went from lower-hip-length to shoulder length and layered. Such a huge change and a growing up milestone! For the first two years or so, I got constant comments on the shine and volume of my "virgin" hair, but then I got highlights... and started using a straightener... and now it's normal and not so model perfect. :) Your girl is just beautiful!

Headless Mom said...

Awesome! Yes, her hair is to die for!

Imagine, though. My son is doing this! I'ts almost long enough for the Pantine program, which only has to be an 8 in. ponytail.

Megan@SortaCrunchy said...

Four years! WOW! What a woman. :) I love the new cut - VERY chic.

Flea said...

WOW. I must say her new do looks fantastic. And I'm sure her old do will look great on someone else. Awesome!

texasknights said...

Sweet girl! And a lovely one at that!!!! Love the new look. How do you do? I am spending my Sun evening catching up on reading blogs. We had very limited internet in Africa.