Sunday, August 22, 2010

Hair 911

Well, I never thought I would have this problem, but Miss Bee decided to cut her own hair yesterday. She and her brother were practicing cutting old paper and I ran upstairs to grab some laundry and talk to Dj about this dumb issue I was having w/ the district office. When I came downstairs, the kids were down from the table and I saw some of Brynn's hair laying on top of one of the papers they were supposed to be cutting, along with some pieces of her hair lying in the garbage can next to the table. I asked her if she cut her own hair and she replied, "Well Baylen helped!" I looked at Baylen and he agreed with a smirk on his face, "Yes I did!"

I told her no more cutting her hair...only adults can cut her hair and no one else. They both acted like they learned their lesson. I was a little surprised the child-proof scissors can actually cut hair, but I guess if it can cut paper, hair is not any harder to cut. She cut a few chunks out of the front left side of her hair. It's noticeable by Dj and I b/c we are around her all of the time, and it might be when I try to pull it up in a ponytail, but we'll see. Luckily it wasn't her bangs. We are trying to grow out her bangs and it is going to be a long process, and that would have really delayed it. LOL I think she thought it was her turn to get her haircut b/c everyone except for her got her hair cut yesterday at Ali's shop. She probably felt left out and decided to do it herself w/ the help of her trusty sidekick, Bull, who will do anything his older sister convinces him to do. :)


Tyler-Ashlee's Mommy said...

I think all kids do this eventually. I'm glad she didn't do the front!

Bekah said...

I agree with Kati. I never cut my own hair, but I convince my sister to trim my bangs when I was 8. Right around picture day of course.