FIrst Haircut

Okay, so he may be 2 and we may have waited too long to get his haircut, but he never really had a bad hair day before yesterday.

I give you Exhibit A:




WOWZA - look at the frizz on the back of his head. Poor thing got his mommy's thin hair, the only thing he has from me. He did get his super curls from both of us and I love them, probably why I was hesitant to cut them.

I looked at Charlie yesterday after seeing Henry's hair and told him it was time. We have passed the place in the mall 100 times but always run by it because there is about 1,000 people waiting to get their kids hair cut. I figured our only chance was to get there when they opened.

We get there and there is already a line. Of course the Cartoon Cuts is right next to the train that you can ride around the mall. I too would rather ride the train then get my hair cut but we put his name on the list. After about 15 minutes and watching the train we were called back.

We had no idea how this was going to go down but surprisingly it went very well. They have tv's at each station and had Thomas on. Henry did not enjoy getting the cape on but was great while she was cutting.



Of course I looked the crazy first time mom - camera in hand and taking pictures. The lady asked if we wanted his curls, I said of course, Charlie kind of looked at me. I wanted them, they are cute. A little weird that they attach them to a certificate but oh well I have them!

After the hair cut, we went up the carousel. We may or may not have bribed Henry with some rides if he was good at the hair place.


He no longer looks like a little boy, but a big boy. He was telling everyone he got his hair cut today. Hopefully, it won't be 2 more years until we take him again. The Nardiello Family: FIrst Haircut

The Nardiello Family

Sunday, March 6, 2011

FIrst Haircut

Okay, so he may be 2 and we may have waited too long to get his haircut, but he never really had a bad hair day before yesterday.

I give you Exhibit A:




WOWZA - look at the frizz on the back of his head. Poor thing got his mommy's thin hair, the only thing he has from me. He did get his super curls from both of us and I love them, probably why I was hesitant to cut them.

I looked at Charlie yesterday after seeing Henry's hair and told him it was time. We have passed the place in the mall 100 times but always run by it because there is about 1,000 people waiting to get their kids hair cut. I figured our only chance was to get there when they opened.

We get there and there is already a line. Of course the Cartoon Cuts is right next to the train that you can ride around the mall. I too would rather ride the train then get my hair cut but we put his name on the list. After about 15 minutes and watching the train we were called back.

We had no idea how this was going to go down but surprisingly it went very well. They have tv's at each station and had Thomas on. Henry did not enjoy getting the cape on but was great while she was cutting.



Of course I looked the crazy first time mom - camera in hand and taking pictures. The lady asked if we wanted his curls, I said of course, Charlie kind of looked at me. I wanted them, they are cute. A little weird that they attach them to a certificate but oh well I have them!

After the hair cut, we went up the carousel. We may or may not have bribed Henry with some rides if he was good at the hair place.


He no longer looks like a little boy, but a big boy. He was telling everyone he got his hair cut today. Hopefully, it won't be 2 more years until we take him again.

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