Feb 7, 2012

the haircut that (finally) was


This is what Cara thinks of haircuts, even the ones that take place in our kitchen.  She was crying and saying over and over "but I need long hair!"  This child thinks she is Rapunzel.

The scene in the kitchen.  I was holding Cara's hand, trying to talk her off the ledge, reassuring her that she would still have long, beautiful princess hair when we were finished.  Kaz worked some serious magic, especially considering that she was dealing with a wailing, wiggly toddler.

Full haircut recovery.  Hair still as gorgeous as ever.

9 comments:

  1. awe Cara, it's ok. You are still beautiful as ever!! Look at those tears! :-(

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    1. Thank you, Aunt Jillian! (You just wait--those tears really do break your heart!)

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  2. She can't be Rapunzel without long luscious locks, mom!!!!!! I love their dramatic drama fests :)

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    1. Sometimes, dramatic drama fest doesn't even begin to describe it!

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  3. I can only imagine how she'll be about her hair as a teenager. :)

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  4. Look at that poor face! Glad she is recovered and enjoying her still GORGEOUS hair!

    We battle haircuts in our house too. My oldest hates them and was so kind to teach my youngest to hate them too. Poor kid never stood a chance. Oh the drama of a haircut!

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  5. She has lovely hair :) Glad you were able to get the haircut afterall though, maybe next time she may like it a little more!

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