Fashion Fun Friday- Ribbies



If you are a mama with a little girl, you probably attempt (and may succeed) in doing your daughters hair. I personally did not put many head bands or bows in my 1st daughters hair when she was a baby and young toddler. The result is that she never got use to having anything in there, so now, when I go to put something in her hair she’s not a fan. She’s not super girly, and would rather be kicking around a soccer ball (in her tutu I might add) or wrestling with her papa than sitting and getting her hair done. I honestly get it. I hop out of the shower, throw in a little product, and that’s the extent of my “hair styling.” I have found that a super cute bow, head band, or clip can add some pizazz to your look in about 10 seconds. This goes for my girls and for me too.

Kim Marable from Ribbies recently sent us some adorable hair accessories to try out. Kim is an Austin, TX mom, but I still wanted to highlight her adorable products on our blog, because that’s what we do…tell you, our readers about stuff and places we love and support locally (and occasionally not so locally).

My photography doesn’t do the cute clips justice, but at least you get an idea of what they look like. Aren’t they adorable? They have a unique foam part in the clip that helps them stay in place (and believe me, my girl has tested it). I clipped one to a headband so my baby could wear one too.

Head over the website to view all their hair accessories.

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Elisa is a native Arizonan by birth and a Seattleite by heart. She is a wise, spirited woman who loves feeling the sun on her face, but also enjoys cold rainy days, complete with a cup of coffee and a good book or conversation. After graduating with a Masters in Counseling Psychology and seeing clients for a time, she took a hiatus to love on, play with, and offer copious amounts of hugs to our little girls, Malia and Jayden. She is now back working at Socorro Counseling and Consulting in Downtown Phoenix. Unafraid to laugh at herself and able to see the beauty in others, she makes everyone feel at ease, making her a genuine friend, therapist, and wife. Give her a cute pattern and a sewing machine or some spray paint and a piece of furniture and they are surely to be transformed into some warm piece of art that brightens our living space. She also finds creativity in cooking, making household cleaners, and anything Pinterest. In short, Elisa is stylish, wise, thoughtful, creative woman who makes everyone around her a better person, including her husband (who wrote this bio).


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