So, we have a little girl. Did I ever think that I would have a little girl? Nope. I am a tom boy who prefers blue and green to pink and purple, pants to skirts, trees to dolls. As I carried my second child I just knew that the doctor would confirm my 'hunch' and tell my husband and I that there was another baby boy headed our way. Not so. That moment was amazing, surreal and scary all at the same time. "It is a girl." Four little words. I didn't know what to do with a girl. I was excited but terrified. Then all I could think was, well she'll probably be like me and it will be fine.
Put 1 tbsp Cetaphil (or other emolient cream) into a cup, add a 1/4 tsp fine glitter and three spritz of your favorite scent to the cup. Mix throughly and apply to skin.
We also had a nail station, a makeup station and a hair station. The girls enjoyed making some custom jewelry with beads and string that we had set out. Another mom brought in some dress up clothes and all the little girls went to town.
My comfort zone does not include makeovers; yet, I am truly having a great time experiencing this girlhood with my little one. Thank you Lord for blessing me with a daughter. Thank you Lord for the changes it has brought about in me. Thank you Lord for knowing, much more than I, what it is that I need. Now I can say that makeovers do equal fun.