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Emily Found Her Some Make-Up!


Last night Steve and I were very into American Idol and Emily was out of the room and VERY quiet. I told Steve that she was probably up to no good. When she is REALLY quiet for a long time it is usually not good. I told Steve to go find her. He found her in our bed with my make-up bag. He called me in there and I thought she had swallow poison or marked on our duvet with a Sharpie or something because of his reaction. I fell out laughing when I saw her. Steve picked her up and took her to the mirror to show her the work she had done. Her face was the exact same reaction that Kelly and I had several years ago when we got complimentary make-overs/facials at the mall. We were horrified when we saw ourselves in the mirror. It looked like they were trying to get rid of all their non-selling colors. Well, it looked like a two year old had done our faces. This is the dazed look Emily had when she saw herself. She stared for a LONG time and then pushed her hair out of her face and said in her most mono-tone, weak voice, "I painted my face" Yes she did! I don't think it was the look she was going for. I'll teach you later on Emily!

Comments

Leigh Ann said…
Precious!
Vonda said…
Too Cute!
Kelly said…
That's HILARIOUS!
And you are right ..........I still haven't recovered from that horrible makeover! I looked like a MONSTER!
Hillary said…
Love it!!! She's quite the girly-girl! I know you must be proud!
Megan said…
So funny!

Laurie we met at Rebekah's wedding probably five years ago. I remember how nice you were-ARE!! Your little family is precious.
Guy and Julie said…
I love those pictures. I love that even at 2, she could tell it didn't look right! It looks like she gave herself whiskers to be a cat.
Caroline said…
That is so funny! She is too cute
The Garners said…
Love this! My niece loves to find my make-up bag when she visits. Once she put make-up on Rhett! So I've started hiding my make-up when she comes over.
His Doorkeeper said…
I think you will love those pictures in years to come...how sweet!

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