A daily insight into the joys of raising boys...and lots of them.
Beautiful! Great job. :-)
Great job! I used to cut the girl's bangs until she decided that mama was not allowed anywhere near her head with scissors anymore. Oh hush - the crooked stairstep bangs gave her CHARACTER.
I love this picture, it shows how close they are. Thanks for sharing it with us.
Great photo! You really have an eye for photography, Suzanne! :)I learned to cut Phil's hair at TAC, even though I really didn't want to, and 13 years later, the poor man still insists that I cut his hair. Unlike you, I'm TERRIBLE at it, and his hair never looks good. But he insists, then threatens to go let his mom cut it (she gives worse haircuts than I do), and I relent. I tell him it's a good thing he works from home, so nobody has to see his awful haircuts. ;)
They are so adorable! What a beautiful circle of fine young men!
Great picture! I gave my 3 boys cuts the other day, but didn't get quite as "happy" a picture. My 4 1/2 year old refused to smile for the picture because he didn't have his socks on yet - go figure!
I love those swirls!
I use to cut my husband's hair only because he has perfect hair that you cannot mess up unless you cut it all off.But then I tried my oldest son's hair and it is very different. Lot's of cowlicks, no definable part. So since he goes to the barber, Husband just goes with him. Even the barber says my son's hair is tricky and has to cut a part in for him because he doesn't have one.
Very cute! Great picture. So wonderfully boyish in all the best ways.
Good job Mama! Dh won't let me try -- he actually told the boys I would BUTCHER them. The nerve!
Love this picture...and the haircuts too!
That is a great picture, and look at all that blue!!!
What a great picture!!! I *wish* I could learn the boy haircut--but I'm too scared that I might scar them for life. Even though summer seems right for practicing, I just can't get up the gumption to do it.
I'm impressed! I cut my husband's hair, but I haven't taken on the squirmy boys yet...too intimidated! :)
Now there are five beautiful heads of hair!I cut my boys' hair too. With scissors I'm fine. But I still do not know how to operate those crazy clippers.
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