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Summer Hair Part II

After cutting my hair, I had to decide what to do with Madison’s hair.  She has super fine hair, and it does not stay pulled back with a ponytail.  It just generally didn’t look good most of the time.  With having Kiddie Camp 2 days a week and soccer one, we had to do something.  We had a talk and we decided to cut hers too!  She was such a big girl.  If you don’t remember what it looked like before (because like me you need a dell memory chip in your brain), here is a before picture:

I think we cut off about 4 inches and here’s what it looks like now:

She loves it.  I love it.  Everybody is happy.

Anybody else cut their hair for the summer?

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10 thoughts on “Summer Hair Part II”

  1. I am trying to grow my hair out. If it is short, I cannot pull it back and I get a poodle look. I have thick, frizzy hair.

    DD is 4 and always wants her hair cut. I am letting her have it short for now, but will need to grow it out when dance starts again.

  2. Awwww, She is so cute. Love the hair cute. We just cut my 3 1/2 year olds hair into a bob. It always seemed like her hair was a crazy mess and she wouldn't keep it in a pony tail. We had to do something too. I'm glad I did.

  3. She looks adorable both ways but being able to see her face with the shorter hair is a definite plus! I'm sure she feels so much cooler too! Saturday is Peanut's day to get her hair trimmed. It is in the 90's every day here in Florida and we'll be in Disney World in a few weeks so she really needs a trim.

    Nice photos!

  4. That was a neat cut! My hair has reached my waist and am not sure how I'd look if I cut this short …

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Lisa Martin

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