blondes have more fun. or at least she thinks so.

After 2 and a half years, I finally did it. I got my little baby girl’s hair cut.

She did great. She didn’t cry or wiggle or cause a fuss. She wasn’t a huge fan of the hairdryer, but she did give a few smiles.

first haircut!

It wasn’t a drastic change- just trimming up the curls around her face so the poor girl can SEE, you know. And maybe 1/4 inch off of her curls in the back. BUT THAT WAS IT. And it turned out great.

first haircut!

She’s growing up, dudes.



6 Comments

  1. Courtney

    September 24, 2009 9:52 pm

    So cute! :) Did you save any of the hair for memory sake of her first hair cut?
    .-= Courtney’s last blog post: I love this time of year. =-.

  2. the ambitious mrs

    September 24, 2009 11:07 pm

    That’s exciting! Good job Maggie!

  3. Crystal

    September 24, 2009 11:35 pm

    My boys recently got their haircut and Ethan had that same smock. It’s the one of few things that actually got him to calm down. Maggie is taking it like a pro, though.
    .-= Crystal’s last blog post: Not that I’m in ANY WAY Ready for Them to be Teenagers =-.

  4. Karen

    September 25, 2009 9:00 am

    I think it’s in a girl’s blood to love a haircut, scary as the first one may be. It’s the whole “pamper me, I’m a diva” thing. And she certainly is. What a doll.
    .-= Karen’s last blog post: Well Aren’t We Just All Slap Happy Today =-.

  5. 3carnations

    September 25, 2009 11:57 am

    That drape must be standard. It’s the same one my son wears at his haircut place.

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