• Jena

Hedgehog hair revisited..

Updated: Mar 16

Some of you think I’m joking when I say “hedgehog hair”.

And some of you are just plain jealous. Admit it. You want to be a hedgehog too.

So, here is my no-fail formula.

First of all, pray for naturally curly hair with a proper amount of frizz.

Get a layered haircut that will assure that your top hairs will be just as tall as the long hairs are wide.

Wash your hair at night. Make sure to go to bed with your hair wet to ensure the highest “puff and patoinggg factor”

Sleep peacefully, but roll around quite a bit to stir the action.

Wake up.

Don’t touch a thing!!


See the resemblance? The utter resemblance? (These are actually borrowed from Betz White’s site. She sells patterns to make them and all..)

If you have an isight camera, take a picture. The coolness of it will soon wear off, and you’ll be looking like every other normal creature out there. So booooooorrrrrrring!

And the people at my church are just not into this look, so I got out the flat iron. Yes, this picture was taken about an hour after the first one. And the cute blue top? $1.00, baby.

No, I’m not pregnant. whatever. When I said, “baby” I was just trying to be cool. But I guess it’s not cool if you look pregnant (and you’re not) and then you say, “baby”..

Anyway, what are you doing on this final day of February/ first day of March to make your home sing? (Other than holding a yellow pear, wearing a blue sweater and saying “baby” like you’re cool or something?) Join us at Moms the Word.

#Weird

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