Wednesday, 19 February 2014

The First Cut









I wanted to capture the moment.
A special one.
Her first hair cut. 

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  1. She's just lovely, Cherish every moment - it goes so quickly.

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    1. Thank you. It certainly does go very quickly indeed.

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  2. What a stunner ;) fab photos of a monumental moment! I have some similar ones of WallyBubba from just a few months ago... *sniff* lol xx

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    1. She's the best. And it really was a special moment - I was so proud of her *sniff*. X

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  3. Gorgeous! And look how well behaved she was- Syd has to be pinned down when we give him a trim!

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    1. She was so well behaved, but she was already familiar with the salon as I'd taken her down there last time I got my hair cut!

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  4. She looks beautiful throughout obvs and I can't believe you and she have got away with it until she's four! X

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    1. We could have gone on for longer but Younger Dad was badgering me to get her hair cut properly; I thought I'd been doing a good job up until now :o). But the time had come, and she felt so grown up! X

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  5. Gorgeous - love the first official cut. XX

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  6. This is such a lovely post - beautiful shots and a wonderful way to capture a precious moment, Hope you're well lovely x

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    1. Thank you my dear... I am so glad I captured this moment, and I am well thank you. X

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  7. Awwwww what an adorable big smile - and wonderful haircut!

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    1. I know... she has a killer smile, and she loves her new styling!

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  8. This is super cute. As for me, I only went and lost the lovely white locks of hair from my three year old's first haircut! Bad mother. And I failed to document it!!

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    1. Honestly, she turns me to putty. The hairdresser actually asked if I wanted to keep a lock but I said no, it would only get thrown away or find itself up the hoover. So no, you are most certainly not a bad mother!

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  9. Just lovely, and looks like she was as good as gold! I didn't think to take photos, but did keep some of their first locks in envelopes - though can't for the life of me remember where I put them… :( x

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    1. Thank you, and she was so well behaved; I was so proud of her... I have to admit to not taking any locks, they would only get lost, but I am glad I took photos instead. X

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  10. What beautiful pics... So pleased you manage to capture the first special cut! :)

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    1. Thank you very much... I am very glad I did too :o).

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  11. Aw... my first glimpse of your Little A! She's gorgeous... beautiful smile. And very brave getting her first cut :-)

    xx Jazzy

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    1. Thank you.... she's my gorgeous girl, and she did ever so well with her first hair cut at a hair dressers, she felt so grown up. X

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  12. Ah, she looks like she enjoyed the whole experience very much. Can't believe she didn't have a haircut until 4. I have to trim EB's mullet regularly and he's only 15 months! x

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    1. She did, she loved it, it was such an important moment for her, and she felt such a big girl. She has had haircuts before; by me, but this was her first one in a hairdressers - sorry if I misled there! X

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  13. The smile is even bigger in the last photo than in the first! She is obviously very happy with the result. :) xx

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    1. She loved the result, and she was so proud of herself; she received a lolly pop for being such a good girl. X

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  14. Gorgeous... hope you remembered to keep a lock of hair xx

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    1. She had such a lovely time... no, I didn't - I had forgotten about this tradition - but at least I have these lovely photos instead! X

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  15. Aww what a gorgeous post, and such a precious way to treasure the memory.

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    1. Thank you very much. She loved it!

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