The kids normally have short, short hair and in the past we haven't really participated in Crazy Hair Day beyond a few gelled spikes.
This time the kids were determined (and they have a bit more hair to work with).
Dallin dearly wanted to dye his hair, but since he has blonde hair, and his baptism is tomorrow morning, I convinced him that may not be a wise choice. He had to settle for spikes and pick-up-sticks.
He was alright with that.
Since we didn't plan ahead beyond bedtime last night, I didn't have hair dye (and was too lazy for a nocturnal run to the store) we ground up our last bits of blue chalkboard chalk and used it to color Caleb's spikes. He decided they made a good sea for his little tropical friend.
Adam's interested in aliens right now so I thought it would be fun for him to sport some "alien eyes" among his locks.
What am I doing with my own hair for crazy hair day, you ask? I'm thinking a ponytail sounds good right about now. Sheesh. I have new respect for the daily morning routine of moms of little girls with long hair.