Thursday, January 8, 2009

Shorty rocks a..FULL PONY?

Yes my friends. She does.

This brings me to a crossroads. I haven't quite decided what I'm doing from here. Part of me would like to grow it out. Part of me says to keep it short so it doesn't look stringy.

We've been so caught up in holidays and vacation and such that we haven't done much of anything to shorty's hair. So I was thinking..there are so many people who still use this blog even tho it's come to a standstill. I don't want to delete it! I also don't want it to become stagnant. So, faithful blogger friends...I was thinking that maybe there is someone who still has a shorty who has less hair than mine who has time to dedicate to doing her hair in fancy new ways for others less fortunate in hair areas.

Guest contributers? Anyone interested? I'd love to keep this blog where it is (so everyone can find it) and just add a few new people as authors.

Email me at emmersisthemommy at gmail dot com. Let's talk. DON'T LET SHORTY HAIRDO'S DIE [/unnecessarily overdramatic]


Bonny said...

I rarely do anything creative since I'm prego. I never come up with new stuff either, so I hope someone else has some ideas for you. My daughter's hair got long enough and then we whacked it off again, but that's because her hair doesn't grow evenly. It only grows in the back, not on top. I would ask her what she wants to do. My oldest wants LONG and my younger wants short.

Emmers said...

Good idea. Maybe I'll leave it up to shorty. She seems to touch it more and 'fluff' it when it's this length, but she LOVES all the compliments when it's in an a-line

Ginny said...

I think you should grow it out some. My 11 year old had super fine thin hair when little. It looked best around shoulder length or a little shorter. When it got past her shoulders it looked too thin then.

blogging and bliss~ said...

My oldest has had to keep it pretty short I get it down past her shoulders and man it just gets stringy and looks bad. But I do give her the choice. The last time she asked me to cut it. I just tell her that it took me a long time before I could have long hair too.
I e-mailed you. I have tried some creative stuff with my daughters hair.

Smith Family said...

Please don't delete this blog! I LOVE it! I've taken a lot of great ideas from you to use on my daughter. I'd be so sad if you stop posting!

@manda said...

Okay Miss Talented, keep it alive! My daughter (heaven bless her heart) decided to make a wig for her bear from her own hair........... needless to say she had a very short pixie cut about a year ago and now it is just above her shoulders. Anyway, I remember struggling to get ideas for her hair. I am obsessed with hair always have so just leaving it wasn't an option for me. I actually came up with a few cool things myself. I will have to try and remember then and send you pics. Then I found your blog about 4 months ago (I never knew that hair blogs were out there) and love what you ahve been able to dream up. Keep it going! I would love to help in any way I can!