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August 24, 2011 @ 6:45 am | Filed under: ,

(And a haircut.)


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  1. tanita says:

    I think I need some fab trousers like that. And then, I’d be ready for anything.

  2. Michelle says:

    I can see that your house is just like mine. Bookcases on every wall!

  3. Hannah @ A Quiet Spot says:

    Put those locks up for auction once you chop them! 😉

  4. sarah says:

    Nooooo. Step calmly but immediately away from those scissors.

  5. Lindsay says:

    I agree with Sarah, hold on to those curls! Blond curls and Thomas the Tank Engine — reminds me of my little guy — we dropped him off at college yesterday! Too fast!

  6. Ellie says:

    My eldest has curls like that — black, though, not blond — thick and round, so beautiful. He wore his hair full-curls until he was a man grown. Nowadays he shaves it down to a quarter inch during the slow heat of summer. Now we’re nearing September it is coming in all thick curls once more. Hair may seem a flighty thing to care over, so nonsensical, but we humans like our pretties, our comforts, our bits and pieces that please the eye. I am glad to have had these years of enjoying my son’s curls. Already, the thinning is upon him, bare patches on the top of his head, where once the curls clustered rampant and thick. He will, most likely, God willing, have many more years with a balding pate than he had as a youth, head brimming and bursting with curls. 🙂 We’re enjoying them while we can, his little sister perhaps most of all, oh she outs, when the summer haircut comes ….

  7. Ellie says:

    Pouts, that should say, not outs. Typos **sigh**

  8. sharkbytes says:

    What a cutie!

  9. Rose says:

    Do NOT cut his hair. I mean it. Seriously.