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Snip, snip

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After three years of enduring haircuts from me (which invariably involved kitchen scissors and bowls), Thomas finally agreed to go to an actual hair dresser (well, what he ACTUALLY agreed to was to sit through a haircut with the promise of a little treat for his “bravery”). The result was a haircut that cost more than most of mine do.

Ummm, what is she DOING back there? Is that a barrette mum?

Ummm, what is she DOING back there? Is that a barrette mum?

I can tolerate the barrette if I can just stay focussed on what Diego is up to in this movie

Ok, I can tolerate the barrette if I can just stay focussed on what Diego is up to in this movie

"I can`t do a full thumbs up. It`s too snippy!"

“I can`t do a full thumbs up. It`s too snippy!”

That`s better. Thumbs up!

That`s better. Thumbs up!

This styling part is a little weird.

This styling part is a little weird.

But I sure like the part when she rubs the mousse in!

But I sure like the part when she rubs the mousse in!

Done and done! Now, how about that treat we talked about?

Done and done! Now, how about that treat we talked about?

What a handsome dude.

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4 thoughts on “Snip, snip

  1. My son is two and my wife cuts his hair in the tub. We only tak a little off every few weeks. We’ve taked about taking our son to a kid friendly salon/barber but decided to wait until he gets older.

  2. His haircut looks so COOL! Now HE can finally see and WE can see his handsome face. Love you T!!

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