Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Haircut

A few years ago I decided I was going to cut Zach's hair. I thought why not save a little time and money? I was determined and didn't think it could be all that hard. Ha!

The first time I tried I was nervous and Jason hovered tried to help a bit too much so I gave the scissors to him. ; ) He did a great job and continues to cut the boys' hair. There have been a few funny haircuts, but I won't be sharing those pictures. ; ) 
 Pitiful face! I promise he is happy. Colson and I are usually in there distracting him.
 He actually can be still sometimes. ; )
I love this!


I want to remember something cute he said in Walmart yesterday. I was rushing around while the boys were happy and must have told Zach I wanted to get "one more thing." Since we were close to something else I wanted to see, I said it again. He said, "But I thought this stop was your one last thing." 


That boy doesn't miss anything! He is in such a sweet stage, and I am loving every minute. Two and a half to 3 1/2 about did me in. ;)



But even the hairs of your head are all numbered.


Matthew 10:30

16 comments:

Linds said...

So sweet!

I'm hanging on by a thread during this stage :) haha!

Melanie Mueller said...

So awesome that Jason can cut the boys hair!! We are not that brave or talented. ;) Such sweet pictures, especiallythe reflection one! So handsome!!

Dana said...

Such sweet moments :D And I love the pic of you and Reese in the background of one of the pics :D And I just gotta know what are on the post its?? I was wondering b/c sometimes I put them up with encouraging scriptures or sayings to help me out :D

Kaitlin said...

All of Zach's haircut pictures are just sooo precious! He's adorable!

Jennifer said...

Z is so handsome and looks like he does so well during haircuts!!
The picture of you and Reese is one of my favorites! :)

Rebekah said...

We are in the 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 year old stage that is about to do me in!!!! Glad to know there is hope and a sweet child waiting at the end! The pics are so so cute! He is such a little stud!

Mara said...

I cut my daughter's hair. People always tell me it looks cute! It's funny because all I do is put her in front of an episode of Dora and use our drawer scissors.

I know you are enjoying Zach's funny age. My daugther is the same age & I started writing down all the funny things she has said. Last night we went to get groceries for a recipe. I put the bags in the front seat when we left. We pulled off and she said, "Mom I wanted the ingredients to ride back here with me." Who calls them ingredients at 3? My husband is crazy smart & I secretly hope she gets his brains. However, I also caught her drinking fresh water out of our dog's bowl...so the jury is still out!

Mandy said...

I have never seen him that still or serious!!! Mercy! Who is this child??? : )

Brandi said...

Aw, what a sweet boy!!! Who knew that a boy's haircut was so expensive. I paid $18 for Ty's...ouch!!!!

JDaniel4's Mom said...

I love that he remembers everything. My son is like that too.

JDaniel4's Mom said...

I love that he remembers everything. My son is like that too.

Lauren said...

Sooooooo sweet!!!! :)

Hillary said...

Ok Katie, your next post needs to be step by step instructions on how to cut hair!! I swear we could go once a week these days!

Lots of love xoxox

Carolina Girl said...

Brian wanted me to cut his hair when we lived in Arkansas as a way to save money. I was soooo stressed trying to cut it. I hated every second of it. I only did it that one time. Now, he cuts his own hair. I should get him to cut Grady's. Love the mirror pic too and Miss Reese's picture as well. :)

the osbornes said...

Katie I'm so glad to hear that Zach is in a sweet stage! Makes me feel like there's a light at the end of the tunnel. Ever since Noah turned 3 it's been a little rough around here :) But I've heard that around 3 1/2 or definitely by 4 it starts to get better, so I'm hanging on!

Your boys are cuties!

Morrell Memoirs said...

I totally agree. If they weren't so cute and huggable during those times...I'd rather just jump ahead to 4! :) My oldest is just now 4, he's so much easier to reason with and the meltdowns are very few now. But just entering into the 2's with the youngest...:( Funny thing is the oldest is like "what's wrong with her?" ha!!

 
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