Tuesday, July 31, 2012


Beautiful Monsters

Oh, they grow up so fast. One minute they don't even have opening credits for their YouTube videos and the next minute they're "going crazy" building monster dolls. And how about some words to live by? "If I was a monster... I would love to be a monster." Hopefully it'll be a few years before she advance to monster doll you-know-whats.

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I think I saw Madison with her dad one time when I was at Bouldin Creek Cafe in Austin. Is she from Austin? She's clearly from Texas; 0:06 shows her seated in a field of blue bonnets, which is the iconic Texan backdrop for childhood photos.

If it was them, they were absolutely adorable. She was super bubbly, and he was really calm and taking the time to really respond to her and answer all of her questions. Very adorbs.


oh my! Nolgastia came back, reminded me of betty spaghetty dolls.. heh :D xox love you Madison! x@y

fondue with cheddar

YAY I'm so glad Jane posted this because the other day I wanted to make reference to Madison but totally forgot her name and thus couldn't look it up! "Cute girl makeup tutorial" just wasn't cutting it.

Somebody said something about Jane's makeup tutorials being great but making them feel stupid about being Bad At Makeup or something to that effect, and I was going to say that Madison's tutorials make me feel the same way and she's a child.


Every time I start to feel that my life will be totally okay and complete even if I never have a little girl, Hairpin posts another Madison video.


The first one with no hair and a teeny tiny had reminds me of Ongina from RuPaul's Drag Race.

sarah girl

I need her to do a bangs tutorial, because they are SO CUTE and it's NOT FAIR that a 6-year old has better hair than me!


@Sarah H. Seriously! One of my first thoughts when I started this video was "omg I want her hair"

fondue with cheddar



Am I the only one who finds her a little...disturbing?


Am I the only one who was reminded of this? http://thehairpin.com/2011/03/man-cannot-remove-his-tiny-hat/


@Pixie I'm sorry, I don't know how to post clickable links! I am web 2.0


I can only hope that I someday raise such a smart, cheerful, social media-savvy child. I love these vids! On a more philosophical note, I love that her mother is allowing her to create her own projects even as a small child. That is SO important to a child's development!

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