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New Stylist

As mentioned previously, mama needed to do something about her roots! So, $12.99 and a little bit of time, and they are good to go. Why so cheap, you ask? My new stylist decided he'd do it for free.

No, really, I started pulling my hair through the cap, and the little guy decided he wanted to do it too. So, he did the back for me. Check out that intense, focused look on his face.
And if he decides to be a hair stylist one day, I'll be okay with that.

Comments

  1. What a talented stylist. He looks like he's ready to open his own salon.

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  2. Too cute. I used to always help the stylist out when my mom got her hair done, but I always stabbed her with the little hook thing.

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  3. he looks like he has great motor skills :)

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  4. How adorable!!!!! He looks SO FOCUSED!!!!!

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  5. I'm so impressed with you that you let him to that! You are a braver woman than I :)

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  6. Ha! I love it! Now we need a photo of the finished new look!

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  7. That is so cute! And I think we need a photo of the new look too. :)

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  8. I'd be okay with that too...as long as I got the Mama discount....What a little charmer.

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  9. That is just too precious! I bet it turned out fabulous with such an adorable stylist!

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  10. ADORABLE!! Little boys ALWAYS take care of their Mama's, and here is a perfect example of that. He is so cute!!!!!

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  11. I am so surprised you do your hair yourself, girl! You do an amazing job with your color and now I know the secret. Can't wait to get together for some girl time. If you want to walk with strollers, let me know!

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  12. LOl! I found you from Solar Powered and I've recruited my husband to that same thing. I haven't been brave enough to recruit the kid yet.
    alison

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  13. This is too cute :)

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