Saturday, March 14, 2009

Official

It is. By having made and put one of these in my babies hair and actually thinking it looks really cute, I have officially been assimilated into a part of Utah culture. Sad day, but CUTE baby!



9 comments:

Chris and Tara said...

That is such a cute picture of her.

jamirodana said...

Love it!
By the way, I've seen babies outside of Utah wearing them.
Shhhh!

Walkers said...

i had no idea it was a Utah culture... apparently i don't get out much!

Super cute... did you cut her hair too?

Tiff, Ry, and Jayden said...

Aw she makes my heart melt :) I can't believe how big she is getting. It just flies by. Hopefully one of these AI nights I'll be able to make. I feel like I haven't seen you in such a long time!

k8e said...

She is SO cute! And I love the head band. I would agree though, I think its a Utah thing and I told myself I would never do it....but I know as soon as I get a girl I will probably crumble. ha ha!

Natalie said...

That is too funny. Mikko is so against the headband flower things he says that our little girl can in no way wear them. He might be ok with little ones but we will soon find out.

Paul*Cat*Hallie said...

She is SOOOOOOOO freakin' adorable I can't stand it!!! Enjoy the cute hats/headbands cause in no time she will be pulling them out and putting cottage cheese in her hair instead!

Erin said...

That is very cute. I find more and more things each day that show my own assimilation into Utah culture. I thought I could maintain my New York heritage, but it all just goes too fast... but you're right, she does look adorable : )

Candace said...

Hey, I totally know what you mean, I never ever did this with my first girl, but got addicted with Morgan. So welcome to the Utah trend! It does look really cute!


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