Half of a Hair Cut


They FINALLY let me cut their hair for summer!
Here’s what they would look like if they chose different styles…
Not looking so identical now! LOL

Not to worry, I did finish the job!

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About Maggie

I'm a stay-at-home mother of 3 children including a 15-year-old daughter, the Old Soul, and 11-year-old identical twin boys who've been blessed with an extra 21st chromosome (aka: Down Syndrome). I happily spend my time doing all that I can do -- breaking the proverbial box wide open -- to foster my children's development and then sharing what I learn with you through this blog.
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9 Responses to Half of a Hair Cut

  1. Sharlene T. says:

    Phew! It brought me back to the days my mom used to literally use a bowl on my head to do my hair… I learned to love kerchiefs!… come visit when you can…Twitter: SolarChief

  2. wow – I'm impressed with the hair cutting skills and the salad on the boys plates. I don't cut their hair (not even bangs) because I didn't want them to think they should ever do it themselves. It's something special reserved for the stylist.

  3. Beverly says:

    oh my… they are so cute! do they cry or get upset at getting a haircut? Noah screams.

  4. GraceesMommy says:

    seriouly…you did well. my brothers never smiled like that after my mom would cut their hair…they usually cried! your boys are so stinking adorable!

  5. Alison says:

    I tried to cut one of my kids hair once – it did not go well. We had to go to the hairdresser the next day to get the job fixed!

  6. CristyLynn says:

    Very cute! You did a great job!

  7. heidivee says:

    CUTE. Those smiles make me want to squeeze and tickle those cute boys SO bad. Just to hear the giggles. So cute.

  8. Just Writing says:

    So cute, I just want to laugh with them too.

  9. starrlife says:

    God they are so darn cute!

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