Bows, Barettes & Ribbons, Oh my!

17 Oct

The creations from are beautiful, creative and a must have for any little girl’s bow collection.

When you are from The South, bows in a girl’s hair are a way of life at least until you are out of high school.  For some women, they take the bow addiction way into their married life, which should be forbidden.  I stopped wearing bows the summer after I graduated high school.  And seeing that I was blessed with boys, the only bows in my house for the last 20 years have belong to a dog.  Southern women, not only have a collection of bows that sometimes takes over entire closets, they begin introducing their girls to bows as soon as they are born.  One of my girlfriends had a bow on her baby girl’s bald head before the nurses give that baby a wipe down.  Well, that is how it seemed to me.  I asked her one day how she got that itty bitty bow to stay on that round, bald head.  She informed me in a whisper that KY Jelly was the secret…a little dab on the itty bitty bow and one thumb press later…this adorable little girl is ready to go out. WHAT??!! We have an entire population of women who do not understand the proper use of KY Jelly. How could this injustice of misinformation go on any longer? In The South, you learn to put on lipstick as your practicin’ walkin’ in your mama’s high heels; but, now I know how those mama’s keep those bows on their baby’s heads. #itsasouthernthing

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