open to suggestions

We’re having hair issues. This is serious stuff, people. The freezing Colorado temperatures that have held us hostage inside our constantly-heated, static-filled homes are wreaking havoc on the Pigbear’s hair. Every morning I’m faced with the dilemma of what to do with the mess and 99% of the time I opt for a little baby ponytail (or static tuft) which stays in for about 2 hours, or until our first car ride of the day, whichever comes first. Then it’s gone and we’re left with an even bigger mess than when we started. Nothing short of Elvira hair. Help me! Am I really going to have to v05 my 14 month old’s hair???

Enough of that. Onto our contest. Actually, it’s a drawing. Everyone who comments here between now and Thursday morning (8am, mst) will be entered into a drawing for a FREE pair of Gap jeans. I’ll print out the comments, cut them apart, and let the Pigbear pull one out. If you’re the winner, I’ll get your coupon in the mail the very next day and you’ll be off to the mall! Consider this our “thank you for voting” drawing. You guys are SO awesome!

J.J. KillinsJanuary 23, 2007 - 1:20 pm

OH Wow! I’m all over this contest:) Mama needs a new pair of jeans, bad.

Anyway…my suggestion for Miss Sarah’s hair is the shine serum stuff…a bunch of different brands make it. I mix a pea sized amount with a few sprays of water from a squirt bottle, rub it together in my hands, and run it thru Al’s hair, on the bottom two-thirds of it. Seems to tame the dry winter hair naps, and you can repeat as necessary after naps, before playdates, daddy coming home, etc.:)

JenniferJanuary 23, 2007 - 1:26 pm

You are such a sweetheart! You could easily go shopping for yourself and not say a word, but you are actually willing to share the wealth!! That’s just ONE of the things that makes you so loved.

And ditto for the shine serum. You can also mix a bit of the shine serum with a bit of a moisturizing cream – just put a dab of each in your palm and rub them together.

By the way, I sure missed you last week!!! 🙂

AnonymousJanuary 23, 2007 - 1:30 pm

Oh man that hair in the last picture just makes me laugh. But I am laughing with you because Nick’s hair is just as bad. Never thought I would be using hair product on him at 2. His dad doesn’t even use gel. What to do? If you don’t want to use product in her hair, she will just have to learn how to love the brush and brush her hair many times a day.

Put me in for some new jeans…that would be wonderful! Thanks for the chance. Gina 🙂

AnnaJanuary 23, 2007 - 1:32 pm

Her hair is just crackin’ me up – that last one…ha! Well that gives all of us hope that we can still be cute despite our bad hair…maybe even model for GAP, who knows! You’re so nice, Erin – here’s hopin’ Sarah picks my name!

MeganJanuary 23, 2007 - 1:52 pm

When the girls hair are full of static, I rub lotion all over my hands. With what doesn’t soak in I comb their hair. It seems to work for them.

ShelleyJanuary 23, 2007 - 1:54 pm

I can’t really give you much advice on poor pigbear’s hair…The bean was quite bald for most of his first year, and just recently started sprouting some appreciable locks. However, the poor kid is suddenly getting a rat-tail in the back…guess it’s time for his first hair cut!

I will post a picture of the one “bad-hair day” he did recently have…Makes me laugh every time I see it! Visit my new blogspot:

‘The Bean Spot’
http://deckerfamilyhappenings.blogspot.com

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What a fun thing, giving away some of your loot! So sweet!

JenJanuary 23, 2007 - 1:57 pm

Hi I’m not just posting for the contest although that is a bonus but I just wanted to say that I have been following your blog since I saw you work over at 2peas and you are an inspiration! I love you colours and of course your gorgeous model. Boy I missed you when you guys were gone. I’ll be looking for those wonderful photographs!

wendyJanuary 23, 2007 - 2:03 pm

Dude.

Gap Jeans are the best. Did you know I wrote them a letter of appreciation one day? OH YES I DID.

You try being six feet tall and finding jeans that fit for under $200.

As for the static – when I’m REALLY in a pinch, I’ll use a sheet of Bounce and rub it liberally over hair and comb.

BONUS – they smell Line-Dry-Sunshine-Fresh.

ha!

The serum works, too, but it builds up really fast if you have to put it on more than 3 or 4 times a day (fine hair builds up some amazing amounts of static… oy!) and I can use the dryer sheets multiple times and still save them for throwing in the dryer later. Stretching my pinched pennies….

Colleen from DecaturJanuary 23, 2007 - 2:07 pm

Oh, count me in. I so need some new jeans. 🙂

Mom always used leave-in conditioner on mine. Kept the statics under control…

Glad you’re back, too. Missed the pigbear!

Oh, and John made his first batch of brew this weekend, I’ll let you know how it turned out. It’s gurgling away so at least the yeast is working… 🙂

lizJanuary 23, 2007 - 2:10 pm

Spray Static Guard on her brush, Baby!! Oh yeah, it works. I like Friz-EEZ shine serum, too, but it’s super potent. Even a teenie-weenie bit on soaking wet hair (per directions) is a lot. OR, a misting of Paul Mitchell’s (yeah, it’s fancy, but she’s the GAP baby!) Awapuhi Moisture Mist. It’s just super light moisture, no sticky stuff. I love it — [enter commercial voice here] In fact, I’m wearing some right now!

jsbebeJanuary 23, 2007 - 2:11 pm

Erin, I know your work from 2P’s and ILP (I’m “rebelgirl”(AKA Sharon)! I am so thrilled that Sarah got picked! I stock your blog and it took GAP jeans to get me out of lurk-dome!
My son had the worst bed-head and I used a spray by L’Oreal Kids. It is a detangler but, also good for Bed-head or “staticy once was in a cute pony” hair. I think it’s called Tangle Tamer? it’s in a bottle that looks like a fish. It can be used on both went and dry hair. So, you just get two bottles… one for at home and one for in the car/diaper bag. I also use the small clear plastic no pull ponytail holders. They don’t come out as easily as the others…
Hope that helps!
Your pictures and your blog never fail to make me smile. thanks for sharing!
Sharon

kristina :)January 23, 2007 - 2:15 pm

Oooh, what a cool lil’ contest, girl! I’m in! 😉

LOL! I totally agree with the poster who already said that using a Bounce (or any other brand) dryer sheet over the hair works wonders in a pinch! 😉 Caylin has the exact same problem with her hair! This Colorado air sure doesn’t make for good hair days! Mine included! LOL! I’m so excited for you guys! I can’t wait to hear more about everything!!! 🙂

KatherineJanuary 23, 2007 - 2:17 pm

That is some serious carseat hair!

And yet she’s still adorable.

Count me in for the jeans giveaway- I’m wearing my gap bootcuts now. Definitely a fan. 🙂

Shana-LynnJanuary 23, 2007 - 2:17 pm

Erin-

What a great contest! You are so sweet to do this.

As for Sarah’s hair, I have the same problem with my 13 month old. I have tried hair clips, bands and she keeps taking them out and hiding them all over our house. I like the dryer sheet idea though. I might have to try that myself.

Your photography is awesome, keep up the good work.

NicoleFieldsPhotographyJanuary 23, 2007 - 2:27 pm

What a cutie and I like her hair like that 🙂 I use baby lotion in my childs hair and it is just enough to keep a little hold. Good luck!

the larsonsJanuary 23, 2007 - 2:31 pm

count me in. and glad you’re back!

melissJanuary 23, 2007 - 2:37 pm

She’s such a cutie! I agree with those who have mentioned that a dryer sheet is a good idea. 🙂 The dry air can be a killer for fine hair.

julie.vogtJanuary 23, 2007 - 2:40 pm

She’s beautiful anyway. I V05 my kids’ hair regularly. Ain’t nothin’ wrong with it.

aunt danaJanuary 23, 2007 - 2:48 pm

When Sheri was Sarah’s age I would spray her hair with Johnson’s No More Tangles then put it in a pony tail on top of her head. She looked like Pebbles from the Flintstones.

meganJanuary 23, 2007 - 2:50 pm

Well, even if I didn’t have a chance to win a pair of GAP jeans, I would still comment on Sarah’s hair because I myself, along with all of my family members have very fine, static-y hair.

Anyway, I use this stuff I get at the salon. It’s in the line of the Big Sexy hair products, and it is essentially sort of like a leave-in conditioner. It works wonders, and I know that my aunt uses it on her girls, too. It gets rid or static, and it is not going to damage your hair like some products can.

FWIW, I think Sarah’s static puff is cute. I wish my dd had one because at least that would mean that she had some hair! She’s still quite bald! :o) Good luck!

ROZJanuary 23, 2007 - 3:05 pm

LOL! Bless that lil Pigbear’s heart… or maybe I should say hair. 😉 My mom was a huge fan of barrettes and clipies (then again we grew up with lopsided pigtails b/c she told us that was the style)… I’m with Colleen (from Decatur), surely there’s some baby leave-in conditioner out there somewhere… hehehe

Oh yes, and this FL girl wants in for the jeans too…
;-D

TashaJanuary 23, 2007 - 3:13 pm

I want jeans!!!!

Oh, and I can’t tell you about the hair dillemma, I too am struggling.

~KimJanuary 23, 2007 - 3:40 pm

Lovin’ those pictures of Pigbear! That is some serious bedhead girlie girl. I use FrizzEase hair serum, but a little goes A LONG way. I also have found that the nights I run a vaporizer in my room, my room has no static the next day! Just an idea. I run the vaporizer because in Oklahoma we have the most horrific allergies and it really helps! Little did I know it would have cosmetic help too!

Best of luck with the hair!
~Kim

Can’t wait until Thursday!! : )
It’s like you joined the witness protection program or something!

~Kim

lucy'scousinJanuary 23, 2007 - 3:42 pm

I’m a lurker on your blog but feel compelled to comment now that jeans are at stake..LOL.
I like all the hair suggestions since when my girl gets some hair I know we’ll have problems!
Your pigbear always makes me smile! Love the last pic too!:)

TriceJanuary 23, 2007 - 3:46 pm

I am thinking that you should just start putting head bands with big bows in her hair, and keep a brush handy so you can brush it down before you get out of the car.

A lady at work uses Bio-Silk Hair Therapy in her grandaughters hair. Just a little, and it won’t leve your hair oily.

P.C.January 23, 2007 - 4:36 pm

Wow, look at all those comments.

Don’t worry about putting my name in the hat…I actually took Lily to the mall today to find some Gap jeans, with no luck, (anything that buttons!! I’m still wearing my maternity pants). I’ll probably never be back in those pre-prego pants, but I’ll wait a while before I splurge on a new wardrobe.

Well, for the Pigbear’s hair. I know Indian girls use baby oil. Yes, it can get slick so you have to be careful. However, I heard that a fabric dryer sheet works well(?)

What a mess, huh!

Kristin HohenadelJanuary 23, 2007 - 4:36 pm

Now thats a RAK! It was a pleasure voting for you guys!

*pocket full of daisies*January 23, 2007 - 4:40 pm

I’m too excited to leave a comment, in hopes of a new pair of denim.

As for little Miss Sarah’s hair, all I can say is serum. Tame that precious little Mop!!

Jessica

Susie PSUJanuary 23, 2007 - 4:55 pm

I need a new pair of jeans. And not “mom jeans”, either.

SusieJanuary 23, 2007 - 4:57 pm

That last photo is TOO much!

My girls have been having CRAZY static hair, too. I can’t wait to try the BOUNCE sheet on them after naptime.

Mama needs a new pair of jeans, too. Pick #29 (I am comment #29, so you don’t think I am too much of a dork!)!

AnonymousJanuary 23, 2007 - 5:11 pm

I have no help to offer. You’ve seen Delaney’s hair issues. Brandy

AmyJanuary 23, 2007 - 5:16 pm

Even with that frizz, she’s still adorable. . . maybe try a dryer sheet. If it doesn’t work, at least she’ll smell “clothesline fresh”–it works for Maggie 🙂

SamanthaJanuary 23, 2007 - 5:23 pm

As someone who sees Sarah on a daily basis, I beg to differ. She has gorgeous, tousled hair. Leave the kid alone. 🙂

AnonymousJanuary 23, 2007 - 5:23 pm

Hi friend,
Don’t enter me into the contest. Let your other friends win. As for the hair…a friend of mine rubs her baby’s hair with a Bounty sheet and it not only solves the problem but leaves her hair smelling really nice.
Daphne

Aunt LuJanuary 23, 2007 - 5:23 pm

Gramma used to use Dippity-do on my fly away hair but I don’t think they make it anymore. Or you can just do what Grumpa dose and use baby oil.

AnonymousJanuary 23, 2007 - 5:24 pm

Hey Erin! I love your pictures and I think we are going to ship Baxter out there just so you can take his senior pictures too! Oh and the GAP jeans thing, is so nice! You are awesome! But I could have everyone beat on this one I’M A COLLEGE STUDENT WITH NO MONEY TO BUY JEANS! haha. Go Sarah! 🙂
*Michelle*

KeriJanuary 23, 2007 - 5:32 pm

you guys are seriously too cute!! i second two previous posters — bounce dryer sheets are great — as well as static guard on the brush BEFORE you brush her hair as well as a quick spray over her head for an added bonus! its no baby smelling stuff but hey, it does the trick! i can related to the static drama except jackson is a BOY! he has a little mahawk these days and its OUT OF CONTROL with the static – as you can see in some of our blog pics! haha.. hang in there – and gap drawing – so sweet – of course you would do that! 🙂

Uncle TJanuary 23, 2007 - 6:01 pm

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AnonymousJanuary 23, 2007 - 6:22 pm

That is so very sweet of you! I voted for your beautiful daughter & enjoy reading your blog very much! I could use a new pair of jeans!

A.K.January 23, 2007 - 6:22 pm

pick me pigbear! pick me!!!

DeeJanuary 23, 2007 - 6:33 pm

commenting, commenting, commenting for a new pair of jeans! 🙂

That Sarah is such a trend setter with that new……ummmmmh.mm.. hairdo! 🙂

Ciao,
Dee

JenJanuary 23, 2007 - 6:49 pm

I just need to say that the last picture on your photo a day is the cutest thing I’ve ever seen!

JoyJanuary 23, 2007 - 7:38 pm

Hi! Just had to comment for several reasons…Gap does have the best tall girl jeans, and that goes for maternity tall too, which is hard to find!!

Okay, now as for the hair…speaking from experience of having a fro (and we both know I did 🙂 )I now have the luxury of choosing to straighten my hair which brings tons of static— here’s my advice…dryer sheets are wonderful, rub lotion on your hands to moisturize your hands (and then your hair), loreal kids leave in spay conditioner works great on some kids hair, too but my absolute favorite is my john frieda ‘brilliant brunette’ Satin Shine finishing creme (the blonde would be fine for Sarah, too) — just use a little but it is wonderful, not greasy or anything …oh and a random tip for the dryer sheets once they’ve been used on Sarah’s head…stick them in your shoes for extra fresh smell…can’t wait to hear all the details of everything! 🙂

StephanieJanuary 23, 2007 - 7:45 pm

Erin,
I’m all about the contest! :o)

I’ve tried the leave-in conditioner spray, it works nicely, keeps the tangles away. You may wanna try that!

Dan and AutumnJanuary 23, 2007 - 7:55 pm

I love the blog, first of all, I am a big fan! I am a nanny, and though I do not have children of my own, I do care for one with hair like this.
I use a product for kids hair that is a detangler and it works great in the mornings for detangling hair and helping it stay conditioned throughout the winter…Here is a link to what we use.
http://www.suave.com/products.
aspx?coll=Suave%20Kids&cat=Conditioner
&sec=shcd
I hope it helps.
P.S. Your daughter is beautiful!

JodiJanuary 23, 2007 - 7:59 pm

Wow! You sure know how to churn out the comments!

See you soon!

LisaJanuary 23, 2007 - 8:11 pm

Found your blog and I love it! Your daughter is simply adorable and you are an amazing photographer.

As for the static… hmmm… gel maybe? I use a little squirt bottle on my daughter’s hair when it is wild after a long nights sleep. I do love the baby ponytail!

DebJanuary 23, 2007 - 8:42 pm

I am pretty much going to ditto everyone but I have this issue and shine serum works really well.

rebeccaJanuary 23, 2007 - 9:09 pm

I have no great advice on the hair, but i had to post because i have been stalking your blog since the day you entered her photos. I knew she was going to win.. She is totally a gap baby! I cant wait to hear how all the gap related events went. So exciting for you!

jennyJanuary 23, 2007 - 9:12 pm

Oh my…
That’s quite the do.

I wish I had some words of advice, but to be truthful, my hair looks worse (imagine that!) than Sarah’s when I wake up in the morning & I’m lucky a fresh shower helps to calm it down a bit.

Cute caps or scarves could work in a pinch. 🙂

ToriJanuary 23, 2007 - 9:48 pm

I am agreeing with the sirum, just use a little ( I mean little ) nit for her..If not, you will get a even bigger greasy mess!!
Oooooooo..pick me..you know you wanna!! Dont be taking to many pictures..in 20 years she might be a super model and those photos will get the tabloids going! 🙂 You being the paparatzzi of course..hahaha! Again..PICK ME 🙂 (mama could use a new pair of jeans! )

TrishJanuary 23, 2007 - 9:52 pm

Hey Erin, She still is soo cute even with wild winter hair. My suggestion is a baby wipe you always have them handy and they work wonerfully. Just put it in the palm of your hand and rub over her hair like a towel and tada new hair doo! The contest rock’s so nice of you! And thank you again for your kind words on my blog =)

Road side daveJanuary 23, 2007 - 10:10 pm

what

Road side daveJanuary 23, 2007 - 10:11 pm

enter

Road side daveJanuary 23, 2007 - 10:13 pm

uncle dave needs a new pair of jeans…lololololol

KiaBiaJanuary 23, 2007 - 10:53 pm

Hi Erin, Blog stalker that’s been following since the Gap stuff started. So fun. Count me in on the jeans.

Liz CJanuary 24, 2007 - 5:10 am

How fun! Count me in on the jeans:) I am glad that you are back. I missed the little pigbear.

Oh and I think that the static gaurd on the hair brush will work great!!

AnonymousJanuary 24, 2007 - 5:53 am

Erin –
Like others it took your kind contest to pull me out of the woodwork … I am an avid Pigbear blog follower even before the Baby Gap craze thanks to Lyndsay (life in motion.) She is too cute, and her hair has personality! I don’t have any suggestions on dealing with the fly-aways, but I do want to say that your work inspires me. I wish we had natural light like that in Ohio (it’s gray most winter days and so hard to capture any cute shots in the dark!) Thank you for sharing Pigbear, your life, and your work with many people that you don’t know. I can’t wait to read about, and see pictures from, your mysterious get-away last week. Good luck with Pigbear’s hair! And again, thank you for inspiring me!
-Heather in Ohio

KimberlyJanuary 24, 2007 - 5:55 am

Wow!!! How can I not comment?! Sounds crazy but my advice is to run a dryer sheet over Pigbear’s head (or your hair brush. I read that in a magazine years ago.

Kimberly

KrisztinaJanuary 24, 2007 - 6:42 am

Hi Erin,

hee hee – I too am coming out of lurkdom for the denim !!

Congrats on the baby Gap contest – I had no doubt she would win as she was the cutest baby in the lot hands down. I can’t wait to hear about the shoot, and see her spread in the mags !!!

As for lil’ mop head, we don’t have too much of a problem with fly-aways around here, but Kaitlin’s hair is so long that we have a LOT of issues with tangles. I use de-tangler religiously on her and it leaves her hair all slick and smooth, and doesn’t really build up badly either. In fact, I’ve been known to use it on myself (my hair is long too) on occassion. 🙂

I also ditto Static Guard and the products for frizz control (diluted on her of course). One word of advice – be careful with barettes and clips in her hair when she will be left unattended for any period of time (ie-naptime). When Katie was 11 months old she swalloed a clip and I dinn’t even find out about it until she passed it. I know she’s a bit older, but she is still a baby and you can never be too careful IMO. OK, service anouncement over … 🙂

Cute pics too !!

AnonymousJanuary 24, 2007 - 7:37 am

I agree with the previous posters…Leave-In Conditioner. Have you tried Loreal’s hair products for Kids? Maybe that can be an idea.

On the other hand, I’m glad your back, I’ve been missing your daily blog entry’s and picture, hope you guys had a good time and can’t wait to hear the good news!!!

**crossing fingers hoping I win some new, free Gap Jeans!!!**haha
MARIE

P.C.January 24, 2007 - 8:04 am

Uncle Dave is too funny…Anyway, really, the Seasame Street Children’s Detangler does work well on kid’s hair. You just spray and comb through…

DianaDezJanuary 24, 2007 - 8:37 am

I bet this is your way to get the lurkers out! I’m another one who loves your work and thinks your daughter is way soo cute.

Can’t wait to hear about your gap adventures!

LindseyJJanuary 24, 2007 - 8:46 am

I was introduced to Pigbear from AK and now I check in everyday. I voted twice daily (two emails accounts!) as well as recruited my fiancee and mother daily too. We love to watch what Sara is up to next!

JoyceJanuary 24, 2007 - 9:40 am

No need to put my name in the pot…it was my pleasure!
A trip to a good hair stylist, for starters. I think layering would be good and some gel or moose in Sarah’s hair might ease the friz and static.

Good luck!
Love you…

MarciJanuary 24, 2007 - 10:27 am

Sad to say, when I take my daughter’s hat off, mommy licks her hand and smooths it out that way. And I love the last picture. OMG, that is how my daughter is every morning b/c she turns her had back and forth when she sleeps.

Heather S.January 24, 2007 - 10:44 am

Sarah is such a cutie! No suggestions for the hair trauma, just wanted a chance to win!

JaniceJanuary 24, 2007 - 11:07 am

Hi, Erin! I love your daughter’s hair – messy or not! I have the same problem with my son. He such thich hair and HATES getting a haircut. We’re actually afraid to take his winter hat off his head even just after wearing it for a couple of minutes. I’ll have to try that shine serum stuff. Thanks for doing the contest!!! You are so cool!

nikkiJanuary 24, 2007 - 11:30 am

go gap jeans go!!!!

AngelaJanuary 24, 2007 - 1:48 pm

I’m a friend of the Larsons…I’ve been checking your fab blog–such beautiful photos and model!

I’d love a new pair of jeans!!! Thanks for sharing! I never win anything but I’ll give it a chance.

And, yes, the Bounce sheets work. My hubby does it to his hair every morning.

Angela at http://www.thepaintedhouse.blogspot.com

GertyJanuary 24, 2007 - 2:03 pm

Hi Erin! Okay, I just wanted to ask where you guys are moving? I saw your *hint about the Fruita Brewery. I am from the Montrose area of Colorado so I know Grand Junction pretty well. Oh and I have no advice for the Pigbear’s hair… I have boys so I pass off static as the new “In” hair-do

JenJanuary 24, 2007 - 2:32 pm

I’m all over this one too..after being preggo for 9 months, I am drooling over some new non-maternity jeans! 🙂

That last picture..Oh that is too much!! She sure is a cutie, no matter what her hair style! I second the “big sexy hair products” though that someone else mentioned..they def. help my fine static ridden hair! 🙂

moyer0906@cs.comJanuary 24, 2007 - 2:58 pm

Erin,

I use a spray bottle with water and hair conditioner in it for both of my girls, it works wonders and usually only have to use it once a day.

dangerzoneJanuary 24, 2007 - 3:22 pm

Too cute, the both of you! This is Danger’s Mom, Janelle. I wear camo to work everyday and a real pair of jeans would be a treat!

Danger recommends using A&D Ointment on Sarah’s hair. That’s what he likes to do during diaper changes. He’s very efficient doing his hair and his behind at the same time! He thinks Sarah will love it but I try to tell him it’s different for girls but he’s certain it will help. He wants to move on to Dapper-Dan Hair Pom but I’m holding back. HA!

AllisonJanuary 24, 2007 - 4:54 pm

So funny! My 2 month old has hair growing in at all directions– I think I’ll be having the same dilemma right around this time next year:). What a doll baby you have. During this tough colicky time with my dear first born daughter, your blog has been my inspiration– I just know that once this passes, I have so many exciting and fun moments to come with my own little one. Peeking in on yours has been such a pleasure!

Jill (jilljordan from ilp)January 24, 2007 - 6:20 pm

I tried to comment before but I guess it got eaten. The hair is too cute. I have major static troubles myself so I feel for you. I have luck by running my hands through my hair just after putting lotion on them.

I have been lurking since I started voting for Sarah in the BG contest, the jeans definitely are a big motivator to de-lurk! 🙂
You clever girl you. 🙂

KristaJanuary 24, 2007 - 6:47 pm

Sorry, no suggestions for Sarah’s hair – I have no experience in the area of baby hair! But, I have to say we just opened your page and Leah said “Sarah!” (or something close to that!) By the way, she loves the pretty bracelet and necklace

jerihJanuary 24, 2007 - 7:46 pm

Another one here that’s been keeping up since the Gap contest. Read about it on 2peas.

Can’t wait to hear what you’ve been up to.

Put me in for the Gap jeans drawing, too. 🙂

SteveJanuary 24, 2007 - 8:37 pm

It’s that baby fine hair, it’s one of those stages ya just got to deal with! Turn on the humidifier.

ellenJanuary 24, 2007 - 9:08 pm

The answer: a pixie haircut. 🙂

mspinasJanuary 24, 2007 - 10:17 pm

Glad to see you back. I’ve missed the daily entries to the blog. I don’t have any suggestions about the hair issues but have sure learned a lot from other posters. Dani’s hair is a ‘fro in the back and grease ball in the front so I’m at a loss either way.

Count me in for the jeans…. =)

JenniferJanuary 24, 2007 - 11:12 pm

what fun!! I have to say, I love the messy look on a baby. LOL!!

My hairdresser suggests using a small amount of conditioner on hair that gets staticky and unmanageable. I have a girl with hair like that and it really works!!

CFELLERSJanuary 25, 2007 - 7:17 am

Try biosilk. 🙂 Your little one is just precious.

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