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The Much Needed Haircut! March 6, 2012

A few days ago all my sons were told that is was time.

Time for those dreaded haircuts!

Between 3 sons, 1 husband and hair that grows like well watered weeds, it seems like I am always having to cut someone’s hair.

Usually this is not a huge occasion.

It is a get in get out type of process.

I just thought that this time you would like to be included in the entertaining process that is cutting Jude’s hair.

This boy seriously needed a hair cut!

He was beginning to form some 70’s sideburns.

It was scary.

It had to go.

I told him it was time to cut his hair.

He was less than excited……..

This is his less than excited face.

Which is similar to his “I am a ham” face.

It was time to start but not without one more picture of his cute face and overgrown hair.

I was busy at work so Daddy took a picture of Jude.

Does he not look thrilled to be getting his hair cut?

The way I do a haircut is simple.

Step 1. Plug in clippers

Step 2. Sit child down

Step 3. Turn on clippers and tell said child to sit still

Step 4. Firmly grasp head of wiggly child (shown above)

Step 5. Buzz hair off until your heart is content……

Or until your son looks adorable. (shown above)

Now the hair cut was done and Jude was happy about that.

When Jude is happy silly faces happen.

Jude is never short of silly faces.

Ever.

Would you look at that!

No 70’s sideburns anymore.

Just a well groomed little ham.

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17 Responses to “The Much Needed Haircut!”

  1. Mandy Says:

    I can see his cute face now! He looks much better with less hair :)

  2. Kendall Says:

    he looks much better and a LOT cuter!! miss Y’all!!

  3. Wish you could give my two haircuts for me that I didn’t get done. What a cutie!

  4. Chrisanne Says:

    Super cute!! Jarrett loved the pictures and thinks that Jude looks awesome! I think you have inspired me to get out the clippers at our house too. Last time, I put the wrong attachment on Heath’s and it got really short – but I liked it! And now he is the only one who doesn’t need a haircut already. I may be cutting them all that short from now on!

    Your son is adorable!! We miss his smiling face around here!!! And yours too!

  5. Hannah Says:

    Isn’t it amazing how grown up kids look after a hair cut? My oldest girl’s hair just got long enough for pigtails and every time it catches me a little how much of a “kid” she is now.

    • So true! I always think they look so much older too. My daughter also took a very long time to be able to have a pony tail. So funny how the hair can change how they look so drastically. Thanks for you comment!

  6. Dora Hiers Says:

    Awesome photos, Chelsey! Thanks for the connection on Twitter.

  7. Cheryl Free Says:

    Just stopping by to say hello ヅ Handsome fellow you have there!

  8. Gail Says:

    Love the hair!
    Stopping by from Diva’s Fashion Vault Blog Hop! http://gaelstreasures.blogspot.com/

  9. Mike Says:

    I love these photos! Your son is so cute with his new haircut! I like your blog!


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