You are rocking your new look! How is Dennis doing? We are still praying.
Oh, Christine!I LOVE the new look! Good for you :o)
You look great in your new look! It suits you perfectly. And I really like Locks of love too, such a beautiful thing to do.- I'm blogging for Nadya; to help her find a family -
It looks great, and what a neat thing to do! I've done that twice myself.
I like the new look, too. Looks good! And I love that you donated your hair, as well.
Really, really cute!!
adorable!!! I love the new look!
Your haircut is adorable! But, I also am a fan of shorter hair.....so I'm a little biased.
I like it! They had you bring the 10" home?
That was an organization that I always wanted to donate to, but alas it was not to be. Proud of you for thinking of it. Peace
Oh my gosh Christine, you are so cute with short hair as well, no fair!! Initially when I saw the first pic, from the back, I thought "oh no, why'd she do that". Then when I read Locks of Love, well that explained it. But then I saw your pic from the front. Toooo cute. What does John think of it? Will your hair stay short or will you start growing it again?
ohmygosh Christine! I absolutely LOVE IT! you look FAB!! I think you look like a new woman!
♥ I like it! Locks of Love is awesome!
I think it looks great...
It's a good look for you. I like it!
I think it looks great!
It is so stunning! I love Locks of Love :)
I think it looks GREAT! Emily has donated 3 times... it is a great thing to do :)
I think that your new haircut looks very nice Christine! Quite youthful....
I love it! Not only did you help someone else - you look pretty stylish too!
I am encouraged by you and your family. Denis looks amazing and so does Alex! Here's to 2010!
it's darling! I love it!
Oh it's adorable! I love it!
Very cute, Christine!
I like the new haircut. My daughter, who is now 10 just had 14 inches cut off, and we were able to donate it. I want you to know. You inspire me. I have 6 children, and I homeschool the last three of them. The others have gotten married and started families of their own. I have one that is getting married in March. I add the grandkids into the mix all the time. I am not your typical Nanny, but we do have fun. My youngest is younger than my oldest grandson. Thank you for your steadfastness, and determination to do Gods will in your life.
it looks good i really like it.
YOU LOOK AMAZING!
:) You look very nice! I like the new look :D.
you look great! it really suits you!
Love the new do! And to help others is even better still! Love following your blog.
Cute haircut!!! I like it a lot
Simply beautiful! I like it! :o)
Very cute, I love it!
Very nice, you are lovely outside and in!
That's fantastic! I can't wait to cut my hair, but I'm not sure if I'm at the 10" mark yet. Plus, it was 26 degrees here today, so I think I'll wait until it is warmer.
Ok, so I just commented on your other post for THIS post. Oops.
It looks terrific, Christine, and very easy maintenance. Perfect for a busy mom.
I like it, and LOVE giving to locks of love myself!!! As a child cancer survivor- it is important!!!!
I love it, it looks great! And congrats on the 10 inches for locks of love.
Ooooh, I really like it. It looks GREAT on you! Seriously, makes you look younger. (well, not that you looked old, or anything):) jodi Lewandoski
You look gorgeous!!JEB
That is an AWESOME haircut - it does a - so lot for you. You look great. And good for you for donating the hair - such a good cause.
It looks great! Thanks for donating. We are dealing with cancer in our family, although we won't be needing hair that's been donated. But, I do know that whoever receives your hair will be so grateful!I'm so glad Dennis is doing well after surgery.And, I'm so impressed by how far Alex has come in his walking!Your whole family is wonderful.
Oh Christine! It is LOVELY!I love it! :)
It looks adorable! That length perfectly frames your face!
Oh its so beautiful! Just think how happy someone will be to have a wig made of your donation. What a beautiful gesture.
Love it!! I think it's a great look for you.
Hi Christine, Love the new hair cut. Looks great. I recently brought home our 4 year old daughter from Russia. She has only been home for three weeks and it has been very challenging at times. I find your blog to be so informative, helpful, and inspiring. Thanks for sharing.Laura
Wow, what a "hip" mom you are! Beautiful in and out!
Very nice! My girls and I have all donated to Locks of Love.I know I rarely comment any more (you have so many who do), but I continue to follow your blog regularly and include you and your family in my prayers.
LOVE it, Christine!!! Just FYI, Pantene has a similar program that only requires 8". Our daughter did that one a while back b/c she only had 9" to donate. Pantene's program is only for women with cancer while Locks of Love is for kids.
Wow! You look very, very cute!
It is beautiful....and a beautiful thing you did to donate your hair.
Look at YOU with the HOTTIE new haircut! Love it!!!
love it :) 10 inches, huh? I'll be doing that here eventually... Eric doesn't want me to go short just yet though. I love yours, no nonsense and hip and if I may so, sexy too :)
I LOVE IT! MY daughter has donated hair twice to locks of love and is growing it out again. She is 13.
Beautiful. YOU are beautiful! Put a good word in for my Ava at Locks of Love, will ya? :)
I think it makes you look younger! Nice job.
Thank you for stopping by my blog. I love your new haircut. Very very pretty!You have a beautiful and amazing family. I have enjoyed reading through your blog and hearing your story. :)
Christine,I think it was a beautiful thing to do on your part (and the new cut looks stunning on you, as well).I do have my reservations about Locks Of Love. Or rather, with people's perception of them (which they don't bother to change because it works in their favor).For one, the wigs they make don't go to children with cancer, as they consider cancer to be "a temporary condition". They mainly go to people with alopecia. Which is fine also, don't get me wrong, but they keep working the "CHILDREN WITH CANCER" angle because apparently it tugs at people's heartstrings more. That is deceitful and exploitative, in my opinion.There are several more issues, such as the fact that the wigs are NOT give for free, and the fact that they are NOT qualified as a charitable organization (and the vast majority of the hair that is donated gets sold for profit, not made into wigs).Since a couple of people mentioned cancer in connection to Locks Of Love, I thought I might post the info. I do think it's a worthy cause, but it's not quite what people think it is. They basically market themselves as "we give wigs to children with cancer for free" when in fact they are not for free, and they are not given to kids with cancer at all.I hope you don't take this the wrong way because I do think what you did was very good. My main issue with this "charity" is that it takes advantage of well-meaning people like you.
Love, Love, LOVE the new do!!!!!!!!!
You look so young with the new hair do, it is great!
I love it!! HOT!
Looks amazing! I bet your head felt so light after such a cut!I was going to say you'll be so much cooler, but then remembered that it's winter there!
It looks GREAT!I'd totally cut mine like that.. if it wasn't for my upcoming wedding and my fiance liking my hair longer. Darn!
beautiful :)I love locks of love :)
oh my goodness i LOVE It!!! I'm going to cut mine off on thursday - i have highlighted mine so locks of love won't take it. :( or so i've read...it looks beautiful!!
Love the new haircut! It's great :)
That cut looks great on you!
Love the new look!
Christine - the new haircut looks great! I love it!
LOVEEEE YOUR HAIR!!!
I find your comments so inspiring! Thanks for visiting our family blog, and sharing your thoughts.