As you can see he's cute as pie but we felt like it was time for a trim, makes things a bit more manageable that way. He is four after all and not a big fan of washing his hair. We usually cut the boy's hair at home but we decided to have a professional do it this time, to see if we could take some off but still preserve the surfer look. Here he is before the cutting began...
Having his hair cut in an airplane, while watching a movie, with the promise of a treat if he didn't cry made for smooth sailing. Although here he still looks a little unsure...
Lizzy had a great time playing with all the toys. Someday we'll have to figure out what to do with the mullet she is growing but for now we'll just enjoy the fact that she doesn't know the difference.
Here's the handsome little dude when he's all done.
I heart that sweet little smile. Sometimes I want that kid to stay little forever. Of course I think he looks great and the woman who cut his hair was super nice but I think I miss his crazy hair just a tiny little bit. It kind of suits our wild and crazy guy. Since it was on my mind I had to look back at a few of his longer hair moments.
|showing his muscles on the left and a feathery do on the right- notice the head wound in both of them|
|This is in Hawaii- his surfer hair at it's best|