Thursday, July 10, 2008

I can't believe we did it!!!





For a while now Sis has been asking to get her haircut, she HATES it when we have to brush it and throws a huge fit!! So I finally took her to do it, we checked out the Locks of love website and your donation needs to be 1o inches or more for a wig so that's what we did!! She was so excited, once I explained what donating meant, she kept saying, "I want to give my hair to a little girl who doesn't have any, I want to be like Jesus." I am so proud of what a good girl she is!! She LOVES her new hair and will brush it on her own every morning, I cried at the salon when they cut it and am still getting used to the change!!! She looks beautiful either way!!

15 comments:

amie979 said...

What a sweet girl! She looks so grown up. I cried when I read your blog. What a baby I am haha. Love you guys!!

Ashley Wray said...

She looks adorable, way to go Jocelyn! If my hair would ever grow past my shoulders I would definetly do the Locks of Love thing. Megan, she is seriously looking mroe and more like you everyday!

Lindsey~Isaac~Kason said...

Wow, I can't believe you guys did it! Her hair was always so pretty, but it looks really cute cut!

Aimie said...

Oh...My...Goodness!!! I don't believe it!! What a sad day, but a happy day because all that hair is gone =( but she looks sooooo freekin cute!!! =) She's growing up and YaY to both of you for doing it!! I can't wait to see it in person. Congratulations!!
Hugs-N-Kisses-N-Lots-Of-Loves,
Auntie Aimers

Amy said...

Your post made me cry. She is so sweet. She definitely looks beautiful either way. Thanks for sharing.
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The Stokes Family said...

She looks great in person with the new "do"--- Quite an adorable little girl!

Cook family said...

what a BEAUTIFUL little girl inside and out. I am so proud to call her my neice. Love you jocey. UNDERDOG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Aaron & Devony said...

Hey! I don't know if you remember us (the Wilsons) from the 51st ward, but I found your blog through the HEatons and wanted to say hi! Your kids are darling and so big! Hope you are all well!

Nana said...

OOOOHHHHH Wow! I never thought in a million, k-zillion years Jocie would have her hair cut! But....what a wonderful gift her "braid" will be for another little girl. Locks for Love is a great charity. I am so proud of you Jocie and you look so beautiful in your new haircut!

Nana said...

OHHHH, my goodness...I never thought in a million k-zillion years Jocie's hair would be cut. I'm so touched that she is donating her "braid" to Locks of Love. I admit..I had a lump in my throat seeing her holding her hair but she looks just as adorable as she always has. You're a great girl Jocie!

sjmiller said...

How sweet!

I never knew her hair was that long!

I love Locks of Love! I've donated hair, and I think Olivia will as soon as it comes time to chop hers off.

Way to go Josie!

The Hydes said...

You are so blessed. It brought tears to my eyes. I love when our kids understand what it means to be like Jesus. you're such a wonderful mother and I love this story. I am sure it was hard...all that beautiful hair.

The Party of Five said...

Way to go Jocey. What a good example you are. It looks really cute on you.

Jon Guddat said...

Still gorgeous! Great job Jocelyn, somebody is going to be thankful for your generosity and maturity!

Emily said...

I think it is so cute. Sophie went ahead and chopped her own hair off a few weeks ago, so it is about the same length as Jocelyn's now. She is so beautiful, though. And I am proud of her for being so anxious to be like Jesus. Your family is so cute!