Wordless Wednesday — First Haircut

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Olivia’s First Haircut

Most children have had their hair cut before they are in kindergarten. But, not my Olivia. Olivia’s hair has taken its sweet time to grow and I just couldn’t part with one millimeter of it.

Finally, at five and a half years old, I gave in and let scissors snip away some of my daughter’s baby soft hair. Olivia was thrilled — albeit a little scared that the hair dresser might slip and cut her.

Of course, for the finishing touch, Olivia asked the hair dresser to paint on a little temporary pink. A girl can always use more pink.

 

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Comments

  1. says

    Aw, she is adorable! My daughter is about the same age as yours (turning 6 this summer) and she got a first hair cut a few months ago. I think I was more nervous than she was!

  2. says

    Ah yes. Pink is a good thing and Olivia is adorable! Love her new ‘do’! My grand daughter’s hair is still baby fine at age 7 although she’s had a few haircuts because of styles she and her brother have given her themselves! Ooooooo

  3. says

    Through your blog I can relate my childhood moments with your daughter. I remember my days when my mother took me for a hair cut and I started crying because I want to grow my hairs but I think somewhere my mother was right.

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