Thursday, 23 June 2011

©Shellybobbins™ Donating to

Yesterday was such a lovely day I sent a tweet out again asking if anyone knew where we could donate MiniBobbins (daughter) Hair, my friend Ann 3 years ago took Mini's hair & unfortunately was at that time not long enough to donate, real hair is in such demand min lengh now is 6 inches so if anyone's thinking of having there haircut then please think twice & donate it, there are so many awful diseases about, lots of brave little boys & girls without hair, I think if I'm honest you do just take it for granted, I remember my Nana's hair falling out she would wake up in the morning & it would be all over the pillow, Nana didn't go totally bald but loosing clumps of hair was bad enough.  My eldest daughter was 2 and half when Nana died & named Nana -  "Nana Boo Boo's"  as Nana was always in her bed bless
This is me with my Nana she had the most amazing long thick black hair, when ever I stayed over at Nana's my hair was brushed at least 50 times before bed, Nana would use an Avon leave in conditioner & left to dry naturally, always taught to look after it. 

I had Long locks of hair

MiniBobbins has really long hair - not for long as it will be going to an amazing charity called Gail Porter is the Ambassador for Little princess Trust.

Please click on here and help us raise awareness & money for this amazing cause

As Soon as we have reached our target of £1000 MiniBobbins will have her haircut and then we can donate Mini's Hair, Money goes direct to them via this link above, please click & donate thank you  

My Girls are my Princesses they love to help
 Doesn't take much to help min 6inches of hair
                                      Thank you for taking the time to pop over I really appreciate it
                                                            Love  ©Shellybobbins™ xxxxxx


  1. You and your family are incredibly special. with love Gabsx

  2. Thank you Gabs that really means alot xxx

    Love Shelly xxxxx

  3. What a wonderful thing to do! Shelly, you must be a very proud Mom. Martina x

  4. What a wonderful thing to do! Shelly, you must be a very proud Mom. Martina x

  5. It's really wonderful when your children do something that makes you glow with pride. My grown up son had his waist length dreadlocks cut off and raised over £2000 for OCDUK because his brother in law is a sufferer. I was a proud mom that night. What a lovely family you have too. Val xxx