Thursday, January 14, 2010

Confessions of a Headband Hater

You know when you say that you hate something and your sister-in-law tells you you're just jealous? Sometimes your sister-in-law is right.

Here's the truth. I love headbands. LOVE THEM. I love headbands with bows. I love headbands with flowers. I love headbands with feathers. I even love headbands with with shiny blingy stuff on them!  Deep inside me there is a Blair Waldorf just begging to claw her way to the surface and satisfy her need for headbands in every size, shape, color and design!

Here is more of the truth. I cannot wear headbands. Put one on my head for more than 2 minutes and I have a splitting headache that will not go away and if left untended will quickly turn into a raging beast capable of sacking Carthage single handedly!  Yes, I have what is commonly referred to as a sensitive head. Which makes no sense because I can wear scarves (which sometimes are almost as cute as headbands.) with no problem. But pop a headband on me and I'm destined to cry.

Here is even more more truth, if you can handle it. I am ridiculously jealous whenever I see someone wearing a cute headband. Yes, yes that does mean you, Natalie. And you, Elizabeth. And especially you, Remy and Christina! You all disgust me with your cuteness that I am unable to attain! Oh yes, guilty of one of the deadly sins, right here.

Here is even more more more truth. I want boys. From my body, I mean, I want to have seven sons. I like boys. I think they're pretty easy going. They break things - yes. They hurt themselves and others - yes. They run around screaming and pretending to be Indians/monsters/soldiers/zombies - yes. But they will (hopefully) be relatively drama and emotion free. Oh yes. I like boys. But I want just three girls so I can live vicariously through them and turn them into little headband wearing Blairs.

The end.

6 comments:

  1. I'm so glad you came clean of this issue. Don't you just feel better inside now?
    And headbands are especially amazing on little girls.

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  2. haha! you would look amazing in a headband.. have you tried the elastic ones that go all the way around your head? I wear those and I have a hard regular one with bling on it.
    I used to not be able to wear them for the same reason you don't, but decided I was GOING to wear them... after a week or so of a headache everytime I wore it, it didn't give me one.
    Ellie's right... headbands are amazing on little girls... I wish Lillie would let me do her rain all up. :(

    {hugs}

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  3. Oh, I feel your pain! I occasionally wear a hard headband w/ a ponytail, but it does hurt. The wide soft headbands look dorky on me, and the little thin ones that are like a piece of elastic? Those ones immediately slide off the back of my head because apparently I have a strangely-shaped head. And that *really* makes me sad, because I think the little elastic ones worn with a ponytail look oh so cute and sporty, but it's simply impossible for me to wear without clipping said headband in place with barrettes which, guess what....pinch as much as a hard headband!

    All that to say I quite agree. ;)

    Oh, and when I'm married and have kids I want boys too, for the same reasons you mentioned. Plus I just get along better with little boys. But little girl clothes and accessories are so cute too...

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  4. Boys, boys the wonderful fruit, the more you have the more you...screech, lol, they are crazy and now so am I. But, I have lots, and lots, and lots of fun with them.

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  5. Did you see the vintage-y headband tutorial I found? Mabe you don't wanna... Anyways. I want to have sons, too. But that paragraph just started out...weird.

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  6. Haha....love your last paragraph:)

    Maybe you could achieve the headband effect with clip-on bling, flowers or feathers? I've actually seen you try that before- it was cute.

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