the other day i was talking with some moms in my apartment complex about hair bows. I was telling them how I make a lot of my own hair bows by buying some cute flowers and hot glueing them onto a headband. Well, without me realizing, they quickly switched the topic to glueing little bows onto their baby's head with a glue stick. One of the moms said "i've never been able to glue bows onto my baby's head." I then chimed in all chipper and asked "Have you tried a hot glue gun?"
THEY ALL LOOKED AT ME LIKE I HAD JUST COMMITTED A MURDER.
i was talking about hot glueing the hair bow onto a headband.
they were talking about glueing with a glue stick straight onto the baby's head.
so, they thought i was saying i used a hot glue gun on my baby's head to glue a bow on.
audible gasps all around.
after giving myself a very sarcastic pat on the back, i explained myself. but i don't feel like i completely redeemed myself.
so, next time they are having this conversation i'll make sure to tell them about this stuff i found called girlie glue.
It is specifically made for glueing little bows and flowers onto baby's heads.
It is made of AGAVE NECTAR and all other natural ingredients, and in my opinion, is much better than just using a glue stick. (see, i don't suck! look at me being all natural and organic and stuff)
it washes out super easily but it holds up really well. best of both worlds. those things are on jane's head and they are there to STAY! let me tell ya....
maybe i can tell my friends about this stuff and they will no longer think i abuse my child with a hot glue gun, and that i have some sense in my brain after all.
one flower... two flowers.... oh- endless possibilities. HA!
if you want to get some, which i highly recommend, you can head over here. i love that they also have cute felt flowers like the one seen above. so simple, so cute. i am such a sucker for cute baby girl hair accessories, it's one of my biggest weaknesses. and now I'm a convert to all natural hair glue...yep. girlie glue has won me over.