Thursday, June 26, 2008

Here's a Riddle for you all....

What does a pregnant woman do when she has 2 bad hair days in a row and is tired of the Memphis HEAT????

Here's the answer.....

She goes from looking like this at Christmas 2007.....

.....to this at her birthday (4/20/08).....

.....to this at 13 weeks pregnant......

This picture shows the SHOCK in my eyes when I saw how short it is....this picture is a reinactment of course....
....and now I think I like it. This isn't the best picture of the front because I am not supposed to tuck it behind my ears since it doesn't allow the precious cut to be seen, but I just can't help myself.
Here is the back...
I go back in 2 weeks to get my color done and I think I am going to get some minor things done to "fix" it. Until then, this is the NEW ME!

I wanted to do "locks of love" yesterday since i cut off so much, but I color my hair, so I couldn't. oh well....

I sure hope i don't regret this......it's just hair, right?

8 comments:

Nicole said...

I love it! I have been thinking about chopping mine off before the baby gets here....I am scared:)

JRH said...

it's super cute! i was thinking about doing locks of love, too...but if you can't color your hair, then i suppose i can't! sad face!

Milton, Alesa and Addyson said...

Looks great!!!

rghopkns said...

I love it!

-Robynn

Janice said...

I made the big plunge to get my long hair cut off at the age of 29 during the 3rd pregnancy. You are just a little ahead of me, but I like it!!! It is a drastic change and you will miss your ponytail, especially this week in Florida. See you tomorrow in Panama City Beach.

Love,
MOM

jessica said...

I love the new haircut!! I think it looks great on you!!

Jenny R. said...

Your hair is precious!! I can't wait to see it in person.

Amanda said...

I love it! Jimmy always says that a life changing events make people want to do something different to their hair. So being pregnant definitely puts you in that realm! If you tire of it, at least you know it will grow fast on the prenatals.