Monday, March 30, 2009

A day that will live in infamy...

OH NO!!! That's what I yelled out when I turned around to find her with the scissors.
I've always feared this day.
There were tears - mine, then hers.

Yes, it's my fault I left her at the table with the art supplies - we had been finishing up Ben's star for his "star student" presentation today.
And everyone else in this house has been cutting their own hair lately!
She gave herself some face framing layers...
not sooo bad, right?



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7 comments:

Keeping up with The Jones' said...

Oh Cindi!!!! I definately could have been worse!! A lady I work with's daughter did hers last week and she SERIOUSLY has a mullet.

Allison said...

I can't even tell she cut it! I've heard so many kids doing this, that I dread it too! At least it's not all off! :)

Melisa said...

I can't tell. It still looks cute! You got off lucky, girl! Daven cut his right before family pictures. Argh.

Jennifer said...

Ok, so I can't REALLY tell in the picture....but that doesn't anything. She's got so much hair...so long, so curly! I hope you can do damage control.

Jessi said...

Oh my!!!! What a terrible end result to letting the kids get in touch with their creative side. And really, from the pictures, you can't tell....plus, we all need a "healthy" cut every now and then. *wink* Hope you've recovered okay.

Trisha said...

Oh no! At least she didn't whack off a whole side! I have to agree, I can't tell either. Still a pretty girl!

Mom to the Third Power said...

Oh no! Good thing she still has long hair-it looks so normal still!
Whew. Quick! Hide the scissors.

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