Tuesday, May 10, 2011

beautiful Julia

So my friend walked in the door with this adorable thing, and I was like "WHAT THE WHAT, SHE HAS RED HAIR!"

And my friend was like, "ya."

And I was all, "SHE HAS AN IRANIAN DAD AND A BLONDE SCANDINAVIAN MOM, DO YOU HAVE ANY IDEA HOW MUCH I WANTED A RED HEAD? DO YOU? THE WORLD IS STUPID."

And she was all, "..."

And I was like, "I TRIED FOUR TIMES."

And she was all, "I know, right? simmer down."
















7 comments:

Grandy said...

And...how badly do I want a red headed grandchild, do you think??? The world is so not fair!!! I may only get a couple more tries at this!!! This is one gorgeous child!!!!!!!!!!!!! Maybe we can borrow her?

Leah Vanessa said...

She's adorable. My husband has a red beard, so I'm hoping that means we'll have at least one red headed kid! That's usually how it works, right?

Nama said...

Oh, Liz, I share your goal to make a red-headed child. Matt's brother is a red head (and Matt also has red in his beard, Leah!), so I'm hoping that gene has a good chance of making it's way out.

I guess you'll just have to keep trying? I mean, if nothing, you still get some pretty dang cute kids out of it, even if they don't have red hair.

Jess said...

Wow... you even married a red-head! She is one pretty girl, though!

Heather said...

She's so cute. Great work.

kat said...

these pictures are lovely! who knew iranians had the genes for red heads?

Maggie said...

Holy crap, that kid is cute!! You know, I hate to tell you this... but Gray's hair looks reddish in the sunlight. All of Nate's siblings had red hair except for him, so we might end up the bearers of the redhead. :)