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Take two invisible elastic bands and separate the hair into two ponytails, one above the other, in the back of your head. Once the ponytails are secured, take sections of each ponytail and, starting at the ends, roll them toward the head, pinning them in place with bobby pins. Roll the top ponytail first, then the bottom, leaving pieces closest to the middle for last.)

Growth Chart! $35 - fabric growth chart (do one for each kid and give to them when they grow up)

i would love to make some like this. what a cool idea. i've always wanted a button maker. maybe this will give me another reason to get one.

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A blessing for ME! This would hopefully cut down on me repeating myself and help train my children to be heroes to this Mommy!