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How to Make a Mohawk.

My little man got a new haircut this weekend. I was sad to see he longer locks go because he looks so much older with the new cut. He wanted it shorter so he can "spike it up". The other night he decided he'd try a mohawk. Take a look at his technique. Obviously, one of his secrets is to apply liberally.

Please excuse the dirty mirror. I didn't have time to wipe it down before he started.
Hope you enjoy our Southern Accents too! ;-)


  1. Love the face at the end and "Why's my hair so white?" You need a pic of him and Jonathan together!

  2. That is soooo cute! ... I love little boys .. I miss mine .. just yesterday he was the age of your little guy .. He is now "48 years old" ..Enjoy every second of your little ones .. they grow up way too fast. :^(
    Hugz ...Betty


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