I'm not really sure how to start this post... Saturday night I cut the kids hair. It had been too long for the boys and Sandra could really use a trim. During the cutting I told Sandra again, that only Mommy cuts your hair. She has had several hair cutting incidents where she ends up with less hair and no more scissors. So I finally gave in today and let Grant and Sandra cutout some papers. They were doing really well and I was right there observing their fun. Then I went to work on a project in the next room.
I guess the time had come to officially disfigure my daughters hair beyond recognition.
This is the result of her cutting.
I seriously had only left the room for a few minutes only to hear "My hair so beutiful" in cute little 2 year old voice. I knew that was not good and I jumped up to stop the madness!
Only to find myself too late... I had to cry a bit first and hug her so I wouldn't scream.
Then I made her go look in a mirror to see how NOT beautiful it was. She was not happy about it either.
Here she is in timeout. Now you can see the full extent of the damage. What do I do? It has taken 2 years to get her hair this long and now she looks like she has a mullet! Do I cut it all off and do a boy cut or just pray for the front to grow quickly? I'm glad she's still 2 and she has several years to recover from this, but man why do they have to cut their hair?!?!
And here is my cute little one. I think this picture is helping calm me down after looking at the other ones. Mhari is growing up so fast and I really need to take more photos of her. This is the attempt of Jeff and I to get a cute picture to update her for her 10 months shot. She is too wiggly and likes me too much so she won't sit for a picture anymore. That is why all of the recent photos of Mhari she's crawling toward me. This is as good as it gets for now :).
Maybe I should do matching baby girl hair... short and fuzzy. Something to think about.
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