We’ve always tried to make it easy for teachers and classmates to tell the girls apart. So they never dressed identically at school and always wore M or R clips in their hair. Well not today! Since their hair is now different they reallyreallyreally wanted to wear the same outfit to school. And oh my word you should have seen the squealing and jumping when I said ok. You’d have thought I’d agreed to let them eat candy for breakfast lunch and dinner or something.
Ree says she wants to go even shorter, so we’ll give it a week and if she still feels the same way chop off a little more. And Ro woke up asking if her hair had grown any overnight because she is in a big hurry to have looooooooong hair already.
I have to admit that the first scissor cut yesterday was a “gulp” moment. Ro looked at the snipped hair on the floor and said “Whoa!!!” which was pretty much what I was thinking. It was also kind of amusing that the obliging hairdresser worked her magic with Ro’s nose just inches from her sister’s head. Ro had obviously appointed herself quality-control and nothing was going to get by her. By the way, both girls have really thin hair, and I don’t want to be a downer to Miss Ro, but is it even possible to grow thin hair really long and keep it looking nice? Any tips or advice?
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