I have blogged about how Anna twists her hair into knots. Well, yeah, she's still doing it. And driving me crazy in the process. I have taught her that when she wants to twist her hair, she should hold her hands together instead. When I catch her mid-hair twist, I'll say, "Anna, what should you do with your hands?" She will place them in her lap. That lasts for about four seconds.
It is also noticeable to me that she doesn't have as much hair as her sisters. I'm assuming that the hair knotting has something to do with it.
Well, she had pulled and twisted the hair in front of her head so much that it had broken off into long bangs that fell just past her eyes. Not only were they difficult to keep out of her eyes, but it looked horrible because the hair was all broken and uneven.
I'm not anti-bangs but when the girls' hair started to actually grow in, I decided to not do bangs because they seemed too high maintenance. Especially for three.
I made the executive decision the other night to cut the broken off pieces of hair into bangs. Just for Anna. Emily was kind of funny and said, "No, don't cut her hair. Don't cut bangs."
It's subtle. You can see how wispy her hair is too.
They all have wispy hair so Anna's bangs aren't too much of a difference.