Looking like we wont be needing a haircut here until Paige is at keast 4 or something! Plus her hair is very curly so its going to grow up rather than fall down, so yeh... no haircut here for along time!
Ive been trimming alfs hair since he was ten months as it just grows freakishly quick. I just trim the sides, fringe and back I'm going to take him to the hairdressers probably when it's next ready so a couple of months as I'm shockingly crap at cutting a straight line and I get abit scissor happy lol xxxx
I cut Zander's around 6 months I think but he had a horrible case of cradle cap and his hair was falling out in chunks and the really long hair that was left in patches looked bad so I used clippers on it and shaved it down to almost bald and that helped so much with treating his cradle cap his hair grew in evenly and so pretty but he has had several haircuts since I do all of his haircuts though since I used to be licensed for it
Tom had his 1st haircut at 14 months - he had a strange crest on the back of his head where 1 patch was growing really fast and straight up! Now he gets it cut every couple of months. I don't like long hair on boys and he has dead straight fine hair like me and DH so it just looks messy when it gets a bit longer.
Isobel's first "haircut" was today! At nearly 12 months.
I'm not sure if it counts as I just trimmed her fringe myself. I was loathe to do it but it was getting in her eyes and I was constantly pushing it to the side. I tried putting it in a ponytail which was very cute but the little hair bobbles just look like choking hazards attached to a baby! So I finally gave in and hacked some off, its a bit wonky lol!
Still no haircut for DS, he has got this beautiful head of curls and DH and both agree to grow it a bit. He looks s cute with the curly hair, we will probably trim it a bit though so its not too crazy.
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