Wednesday, January 18, 2012


Yesterday Isaak was sitting down for a snack or lunch. Daddy was in the living room. Daddy said that Isaak was really quiet. He asked Isaak, "How are things going?" Isaak was silent. Daddy walked into the kitchen and noticed Isaak was again being quiet.

In Isaak's glass of milk was a little bit of hair. He had decided to use my craft scissors on his hair. Daddy ran his fingers through Isaak's hair and a bigger tuff of hair fell off. The damage was done within his hair. It's not very noticeable. I'm thinking maybe we'll just leave his hair as is. It's pretty cold to buzz it short!

Mica's never cut his hair. He did take a brand new shirt and cut a big hole in it when he was in preschool one year.


Eat To Live said...

LOL.... reminds me of my Granddaughter cutting her hair. She was 14 at the time and knew better. I laughed so hard at her that she cried. Then I had to take her to the beauty shop to get it fixed.

Made me mad because I told her to put the scissors down and she ran to her room with them. Brat!!!

Liz Mays said...

I think I'd like a little tuft of hair rather than a snip of a new shirt! Eeks!

Anonymous said...

Zoe did this last year. I cried really hard. She did it underneath though so it wasn't noticeable.

Anonymous said...

how funny!! i think all kids experiment though!!
we have a giveaway, too!

Anonymous said...

You are so lucky it wasn't worse! Haha. When my oldest son was 5, he and our upstairs neighbor's little boy were playing upstairs at the neighbor's house. The Mom and the kids came down to show what happened. Seems my son cut the "rat tail" that the other little boy had been growing since birth! There were chunks also missing in both boys hair but that is what made my neighbor's mom cry :(

~ Noelle said...

Ha! This made me think of a friend of mine... her son grabbed his dads clippers.. and went right down the middle of his head...
right before he started school for the first time! talk about great pics for picture day!


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