Tuesday, November 6, 2012

She's Lucky She's Not Bald.

This is Kee.

This is Kee after she plays with "safety" scissors.

This is Kee after Mummy tries to "fix it".

This is Kee after Mummy tries to "even out" the "fixing".

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  1. Oops! Just a liiiitttllleee more off this side is an endless cycle isn't it? She looks cute in the drawing, so I am sure she is adorable with any length of hair. M stole the kitchen scissors and smuggled them to her room this weekend. She cut up her hamper. Gotta love kids and their secret scissor projects eh?

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    1. Cutting hair is harder than it looks! Especially when it's on the head of a bouncing four year old. It really could have been much worse. But really, she's adorable; she could pull off bald.

      Why do they do these things?? I'm thinking of hiding all the scissors, tape, and glue, so they have to ask for them. Then I'll at least have some warning!

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  2. My sister jacked my hair up once. Right before school photos :(

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    1. I did it to myself. Right before picture day. There I am in my lovely white blouse with ribbons down the front, big goofy smile, and huge ducktail type thing sticking up at the back of my head. Kind of like Alfalfa, only worse. But at least I did it to myself, right?

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  3. Remind me to post a picture of the time I balded Jack. Really. Like a chemo patient.

    Kee looks adorable with short hair!

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    1. Oh no! How old was he?

      She totally does. There were no consequences to this cutting of one's own hair except adorableness. :\

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    2. He was 5. It was Father's Day. I'm feeling a new post coming on....

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  4. Oh boy! I pulled this stunt once or twice as a kid :).

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    1. I only did it once, but I'm pretty sure she'll do it every time her hair is in her face. She's very practical. :]

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