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Old 05-20-2010, 04:52 PM   #11
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My daughter got her first haircut when she was like 4, and the only reason she even got one then was because she hacked her hair to bits, and we had to even it up. If we hadn't done that, she probably STILL would never have had a haircut in her life at almost 7! LOL

Funny enough, I don't feel the same about my son. He's had a fade since he was 6 months old, and I LOVE it.

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I'm so sad right now
yds turned 1 last month so he is still so little. His hair is beautiful. Golden blonde and shiny, delicate and baby fine. It's getting thicker everyday. The front is a cute length but the back was getting really long. None of his hair fell out after he was born, it just started growing longer. He looked like he had a mullet, seriously. A lot of people joked about it. But I love his beautiful hair. Well, today I decided enough was enough. So... I trimmed the back. I took about an inch off. It was simple enough and it looks good, as in it's even and everything. But now my heart is breaking. I want his hair back. It's so ridiculous. I didn't cut it that short. Just a bit above his shirt collar. It looks really cute. So why am I crying right now??
Has anyone else ever felt this way?
Oh crap. I see my future. DS3 is 15 months and has hair like your DS. I love playing with it! DH hates it being long though, so the end is near. I'm trying to get him to hold off a few more weeks. I think I will seriously
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