This is where the benefit of having it be your son who cut his hair comes in. I say it's time for a good old fashioned, very close, buzz cut! Too funny!
Oh. My. I don't know whether to giggle or groan....I'll go with both, I think!
Oh my. I feel your pain. Been there, done that. Well, not me...the little guy. Just shave it all off...he'll be cooler that way! ; )
Oh my goodness that's happened with each of my kids and I DREAD the day if Ivy puts scissors to her hair. But oh this is so cute. It does grow back!Steph
You'll have to pull out Disneys Robin Hood and compare. Adorable!
It's adorable! :)
Oh man! That is so funny. Well, not really, but yet...ha, ha, ha, ha (ahem)...sorry. NOT funny. Our #2 is now a precious 5 year old boy. But, three years ago he was a curious toddler. Daddy had just finished fixing yet another thing the kids broke and forgot to put the glue away. Mommy was busy (for all of 3.5 minutes) outside feeding the chickens. When Mommy arrives back in the house she finds some sort of "goo" in little guys hair. Little guy holds up a bottle of (believe it or not) "Gorilla Glue". Mommy yells for Daddy to come "right NOW!!". Everyone piles into car for a short trip to Papa's house, who happens to be a barber. Alas, the Gorilla Glue was stuck to not only the hair, but the scalp as well. After a long talk with the very nice Gorilla Glue folks, we are dismayed to learn it will have to stay in until it grows away from his scalp.Long story short, Little One's hair had a huge dried clump that resembled bird droppings for 2-3 weeks. When asked about it, he replied "Gorilla Glue Naughty!!!"So, it could be worse, Octamom!
Buzz cuts grow out quickly. In 6 eweeks, he will have a normal hair lenght. :)