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Old 09-24-2008, 08:22 AM   #1
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Scrapbook Moment
My 3 year old daughter cut her own hair (more like chopped it) on one side of her head. I had to take her to the salon so they could even it out. Then I decided to scrap it so that she will have a memory of this day when she has children of her own! Check it out!
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Old 09-24-2008, 09:44 AM   #2
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What a cutie!
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This must be a requirement when you are a toddler. I remember when my brother and I cut each other's hair. He cut a triangle in my bangs and I cut a square in his. I think Mom's got a picture of it somewhere. Ah, what memories!!
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She is beautiful, and I love the usual suspect bit.

My son cut *my* hair. It's down to my hips. He reached up as high as he could and snipped it while I was washing dishes- I didn't even know until he asked me if these were the "hair cutting scissors". They were his school Fiskars. I said no, then turned around and saw my hair, all over the floor! Good thing he wasn't taller.

Darn kids.
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Did she have really long hair? I remember doing that when I was a kid. I remember thinking "mummy will be so proud of me that I did this myself!" Yeah right
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Originally Posted by Simply_Renee View Post
She is beautiful, and I love the usual suspect bit.

My son cut *my* hair. It's down to my hips. He reached up as high as he could and snipped it while I was washing dishes- I didn't even know until he asked me if these were the "hair cutting scissors". They were his school Fiskars. I said no, then turned around and saw my hair, all over the floor! Good thing he wasn't taller.

Darn kids.
OMG! That's not funny.. but it kinda is.
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Old 09-24-2008, 01:17 PM   #7
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Did she have really long hair? I remember doing that when I was a kid. I remember thinking "mummy will be so proud of me that I did this myself!" Yeah right
Yes she did. It was half way down her back
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Must be a rite of passage.... my daughter (now 25) had the MOST BEAUTIFUL waist length blonde hair when she was 3, we would put it in braids every day. One day I was sitting at my desk studying (I was in college at the time), she came into my office with her severed braid in hand saying "MOMMY PUT IT BACK". It was a very traumatic experience!
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What an adorable child! My DD did the same thing when she was little. I was in the bathtub and she said, "Look Mommy". I cried because she had some curls and had cut them off. It was also, just one side. That is so cute how you did your scrap book.
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Must be a rite of passage. I also had long hair down my back when I was a young kid, until the day it got stuck in a zipper that went down the back of a dress. Let's just say that I found the scissors before I found my mom.
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