My first two kiddos were boys, obviously. Once I found out I was pregnant with V I was THRILLED! I pictured having a baby girl with tons of adorable hair. Both boys were hairy monster when born. It was only natural that the girl would have hair. I pictured pigtail and bows and barrettes.
What I got was a beautiful baby girl who was basically bald until she was two. I made hair bows upon hairbows. She wouldn't wear them. What she will wear though is headbands, but only if she chooses them.
When I was given the chance to review some headbands from GirlCrochetHeadbands.com I was scared. They looked cute online,were a great price (so I wouldn't feel silly recommending to you guys), but would they pass the Veronica test.
They did! So much in fact, that I didn't get a picture of one without V wearing it.
The first two shown are the pink cherry blossom and the torquise rosette headbands. When you first look at the headbands the elastic looks SMALL. These are very stretchy. V, almost 4 can still wear these and she doesn't have a tiny head. I would say her head is average size.
I also received the
The red flapper headband would be ADORABLE in pictures. This one comes individually wrapped on a card to protect the feather. I might endup passing this one on to someone with a baby. While I love it, a 3 year old might damage the feather. I think this is best for potato mode where the baby just sits there. Or maybe for a photographer prop where it isn't worn all day long.
V's absolute favorite is the Hot Pink Classy headband. LOVE IT!!! Picture at the bottom (You can click that link to follow me on Instagram)
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