Awww bless his cotton socks, I hope he got a HUGE bar of chocolate to make it all better x
He certainly doesn't look very happy about it, poor little thing.
What a cutie!
Oh poor thing, he didn't liked it I see.
Next time will be better. Good luck.
What a shame. He looks very upset at losing his curls. Thanks for comments on blog but the photo in the post is the IWM in Manchester. You will be pleased to know that the London IWM is now completely open with new displays in place.
I know just how he feels. Getting my haircut has often been traumatic.
Poor little guy. My son in law takes my 7 year old grandson to a guys haircut spa, so he gets treated pretty royally.
Awwww! Our Sam is nearly 2 and he recently got a big boy haircut, too.
Oh, that touches my heart. Those tears. He is so precious. I just looked at your last post. I'm behind again! Your flowers are so pretty. I can't believe how the rabbits ate your green beans. Next year I want to try some of those tomato varieties. My husbands wants nothing but Better Boys. I love the old varieties.
The Shearing shed procedure! Well irrespective of the tears, it is far better for the little bloke to look like a little boy than "Goldilocks" - he'll get over it and look forward to further shearing in the future. God help me when somebody sees this comment - ha ha!Can't recall my first trip to the shearing shed, but my first trip to the dentist was interesting.I bit, obviously, quite viciously the dentist and broke the bloody needle that he intended to jab into me. The dentist ordered me and my rather furious father out! I don't think I was the flavour of the month after that episode in my youthful life!!!!Cheers from a still sunny and windless Brisbane "August"!!!Colin
Aw poor thing. He feels so bad. He is so cute, curls or no curls. xx
I used to kick up a real fuss when I had my haircut, and when I got older I used to run away, so I sympathise. I'm still not very keen on the procedure!
Oh dear me, looks good though.
He is a doll with or without curls...I would have cried too:)
Ahhh he's too little. leave the curls, I would say.
Dear Cynthia, I've never had children and so I've never before thought about a first haircut. But looking at your grandson, I'm thinking that it must be scary for the little boy. Peace.
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I cut my kids' hair until they wouldn't let me. Your little one is an absolute angel. He's so beautiful.