(non)Crazy Hair Day

I'm finding there are lots of things that my left hand used to do which are now quite difficult to accomplish. And not just typing, which has become so frustrating that I've been giving the computer wide berth. Everyday things like putting on a seat belt, pulling up the blanket in bed, or combing Nathan and Benjamin's hair are actually a huge challenge. This morning I told them they needed to go brush it themselves. This photo was taken after they went in and styled their own hair:

They were so proud of their handiwork! I mentioned that it wasn't "crazy hair day" at school, and Nathan replied, "I know, that is why we didn't make it crazy." Uh huh.

I have firmly resolved that hair will not be an area of conflict in our home (says the girl who changes hair color with the seasons), so off to school they went, pleased as punch with their lovely new do's!

Comments

Cassi said…
not an area of conflict until they push a button huh?? too funny... so what has happened to your hand?? I keep seeing you comment about it - but I guess I missed what actually happened???

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