I’m sorry it’s been a while since I last posted. The holiday weekend totally threw me off & there’s been a lot going on here at home that’s prevented me from being on the computer much. Plus, with summer coming & after next week the kids will be out of school – as most of you can probably relate, life just gets crazier once kids are around 24/7.
Anyway, this is nothing tough, and heck, maybe it’s been done before elsewhere – but Bee has been learning her alphabet lately & loves singing the song. Of course, lots of the letters just sound similar to what they should be, but when she gets to the end she loves the “double U” (as she sings it) X,Y, Z (but she sings it “C” instead! So cute, I must say!) So, one day when she was singing & I was starting her hair, I figured why not do a letter? And so we did “W” – 2 of them. Or maybe it’s a double “V” I don’t know – either way it was alphabet related, at the time! 🙂
Part the hair smack dab down the middle — or as close as you can w/a moving target known as a 2 year old! Then make 3 sections off that middle part. Just use the hair on the top of the head – not hair from the sides. Make 3 pony tails & secure each one with a rubber band.
Here we used monstro tulips that I’d made. In the end I think she looked like she was wearing big earmuffs! She was totally hyper when I was trying to take these pictures so excuse her craziness & the weird shots!
If your toddler won’t sit still long enough for 6 little ponies, you can also just make 1 W instead. Here I just made 3 parts from left to right across the top of her head. Then put a rubber band in below to form the W and attached a flower. Sorry for the bad pic on this too. She was eating lunch when I remembered to take any pictures!