This is just a note for anyone else who has a baby with hair that's falling in her eyes, but she doesn't like barrettes.
Middie Biddie has that ragamuffin look because her hair is just like mine, curly in the back, but stick straight and growing into the eyes in front. The girls haven't gotten a haircut yet because I kind of want them to have long hair that can just easily be braided so it's out of the way. But we're in that stage of hair growth that's just awkward.
I've tried several clips for clipping it out of her eyes and she is not having it. Sometimes I can put something in there and then lead her hands towards other parts of her hair as she tries to rip it out, then not finding the clip, she'll forget about it and it can stay there the rest of the day. But that takes effort, and fight, and usually doesn't work.
Solution? Those little ouchless hair rubber bands. The ones that are clear and about the size to fit around an adult finger. I'm able to get her hair into one of those with surprisingly little fight (seriously surprised since it requires pulling a bit on her hair as I get the rubber band in), and she can't get it out so she forgets about it.
Before and after shots for your amusement.