Tuesday, January 27, 2009

It's Time For A Haircut@#$@%#!

It has been two-and-a-half years since Cadence was born and I haven't cut her hair. It was starting to get scraggly on the bottom and is very hard to comb because of all the knots and broken hair where I have pulled knots apart. Chris and I decided it was time to get her hair cut! SCARY! One of my biggest fears is that Cadence will find some scissors and CUT HER OWN hair. My logic is that if Cadence doesn't know that scissors cut hair, she won't try it. Every time I let her play with scissors, I tell her that they only cut paper!

After weeks of worry, we called Camille, Cadence's former babysitter, and asked her if she would be willing to do it. She went to cosmetology school. Camille gladly obliged and I am so glad that we chose her over going to a beauty salon. Why? Because Cadence had NO IDEA SHE WAS GETTING A HAIR CUT!!! Seriously! (Don't tell her either!)

When we drove to Camille's, Cadence was so excited to play with Charles. They watched the movie "CARS" while Camille played with Cadence's hair. That is all that Cadence thinks happened. She never saw scissors or the cut hair falling. She was a perfect angel! Camille did an amazing job trimming the ends to make it look nicer and more combable. Thank you, CAMILLE! You have caused me to breath easier.

Cadence looks very cute with her hair cut. It's not very noticeable (unless you are combing her hair.)

This is the picture of BEFORE. Notice the long hairs in the back that look a little strange.

Here is the AFTER picture. Her hair looks full and beautiful. No straggly hairs!


Kristina P. said...

She did a great job! It looks awesome!

Ky and Brod said...

Very cute! That's so awesome that she doesn't know... good thinking!

Aaron and crystal said...

I wish I had thought of that! Poor Chelsea's hair is finally growing out. YEAH

Jen said...

Oh her hair looks so cute! And amazing she sat through the whole thing without even realizing what was happening!

Camille said...

Yay for me!!! :) I love it when I make it on your blog. hee hee

Tina said...

Camille did a great job. Funny that she didn't know what was going on though.