Saturday, July 17, 2010

Accessorized

Earrings have become wildly popular around here. I've always worn earrings, but since cutting my hair, I feel I need to wear big dangles to. . . um. . . (how do I say this tactfully?) prevent people from thinking I'm of a certain orientation. It's common here, so ya . . .

Anyway.

I've gotten the earring bug again and pulled out my supplies and started making a few pair for fun. (No shop reopening, though.) I let Sophie pick out some beads one day, and I made a couple pair of earrings for her. Did you know you can wear french hooks without pierced ears? It's easy. Just hang them on the top of your ears and viola!

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Ivy's model face.

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Hats have also been making their appearance. Ivy insisted on wearing her hat while she ate lunch one day.

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(In the bottom left photo she's saying, "cheese".)

8 comments:

Lorraine said...

I love it!! I've basically given up jewelry since I started having kids. They just liked to pull too much, and I wasn't patient enough to teach them differently.

My kids do love sunglasses and hats, though. And shoes.

Sarah Junsay said...

Don't be scared to say it....lesbian! I don't want people to think I'm one either...hence me always wearing dangles too!!! Plus with short hair, the earrings are so much more noticeable! You're funny Nat!

Jodi said...

I usually just wear little pearl studs and Ryan even tries to pull them off! I need to wear a little bit of dangly stuff now and then!

ElegantSnobbery said...

Haha, I've been hit on by lesbians before. I was flattered... but it was also very awkward. :D

Love how you put the earrings over their ears... I should try that with my girls who have been begging to wear earrings forEVER! Such cute earrings!

Kathryn said...

I love dangles! And even though my hair isn't as short as yours, I still want to wear them more for some reason.

I love the new look of your food blog, btw! :)

Jessica said...

Both your blogs do look so nice, I like the updates.

Don't you love how girly girls are? I was never so girly growing up but I love feminine little girls.

Aleisha Z. Coleman said...

you are in san fran, aren't you? although the first time i was hit on was in Alaska....get the dangly earrings, though! so, cute on all the girls wearing them:)

Jessie Jo said...

I prefer to call it an alternative lifestyle haircut. Hope all is well! Miss you!