"Behold, the Lord will pass by, and before the Lord, a great and powerful wind will be rending the mountains and shattering the rocks; but the Lord will not be in the wind. After the wind, an earthquake, but the Lord will not be in the earthquake. After the earthquake, there will be a fire, but the Lord will not be in the fire. After the fire, there will be a sound of a gentle breeze, and the Lord will be there."
But Martha was cumbered about much serving, and came to him, and said, Lord, dost thou not care that my sister hath left me to serve alone? Bid her therefore that she may help me. And Jesus answered and said unto her, Martha, Martha, thou art careful and troubled about many things: But one thing is needful; and Mary hath chosen that good part, which shall not be taken away from her. Luke 10:40-42
They looked precious and lovely on Sunday- love how you did the curls!!!
That is so precious ! How do you do it ? Tried foam rollers on my little girl for the first time last week and she hated them ! Maybe socks would be softer for her !
such gentle curls. Please share the process :)
My mother always did this for us growing up. After washing hair, just take a sock and roll a strand of the damp hair up around it. When you get to the scalp, tie the two sock ends together into a knot. For tighter curls, use their own socks, for looser softer curls, borrow Daddy's! It means that on Sunday morning I am looking at a pile of 50-60 socks to match, but they love it. Not sure it is a lot softer than rollers, but they do stay in place better, and the girls think it is too much fun! The Queen has really thick hair, so she requires a LOT more socks than the other two, and I have to let her hair dry a bit or when I unroll them in the morning the ends are still damp. You could also just use a spray bottle to dampen the hair.
How beautiful! My mother did the same for me, when I was a kid.
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