5.03.2012

boo's new shorter look

Not quite short like momma's but short enough to hopefully not get in her face so much like it used to. Perfect for the upcoming summer...

Here's a before photo taken a couple weeks ago:

Isabella hugging her cousin Gia


And here is her new look:






8 comments:

  1. FINALLY!! SHe looks awesome with shorter hair.

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  2. I love it! It's a perfect length. Little trendsetter, she is. ;)

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  3. Isabella = awesomely cute, short, hair, long hair, whatever.

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  4. Thanks y'all!!! And she still loves her new haircut - phew!

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