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Beginner’s luck

I’m convinced that the success of NOR’s first haircut was due to beginner’s luck. I say this because his 2nd haircut . .. well . . .. let’s just say that Rick didn’t have anything nice to say about it. (Yeah, I was offended, but you know mature me . . .I snapped right back . .*sigh*)

I believe he is characterizing it as a “mullet”. Now, I’m not sure what a mullet looks like, but it just doesn’t sound all that good. In my defense, I was just following the tips gleaned from the previous cutting hair vid I’d used. The vid said to cut the hair in a straight line above the ear. Of course, I didn’t think about the fact that the rest of NOR’s hair was not as short as the kid in the video. The other “problem” is that he wouldn’t sit still while I was cutting his bangs, so they ended up painfully short!

Unless his hair grows wicked fast, he won’t be getting his 2 year pics on Sunday! Thankfully, his hair WILL grow back, so he won’t look like this forever!


1. Rlape - July 17, 2009

Bueno querida, hechando a perder se aprende; practice makes perfect.
So don’t give up.

2. Rebecca - July 21, 2009

Heheh, I wouldn’t worry too much about it…when I was about 4 I decided to give my 2-year-old sister a “haircut” with my mom’s sewing scissors…needless to say, it did not go well! But it didn’t take long for her hair to come back in (she had nearly been scalped in some places!) and grow all curly again. Take some pictures…you can laugh about them and torture adolescent NOR with them when he’s older! 🙂

BTW am loving your posts…and reading them! keep up the good work!

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