I got nothing else to do and I was bored at the time I thought might as well braid my daughter’s hair. She loves it, while doing it she even fell asleep. I let it sit overnight and the following day I took them all off piece-by-piece. It came out pretty curly and I was giggled while looking at her curly hair. Here’s the outcome of her braided hair and I had her wear her headband that matches her outfit for that day for our Christian meeting. She looked adorable in her curly hair. Everyone loves her hair and they were surprised to see her though because they haven’t seen my daughter’s hair as curly as this. She loves to pretend and play the princess role. And act like one! I think most of little girls do, which is very amusing to watch them. Agree?
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