Super Cuts

 

Yup. That's my Em. 
 Two minutes. I was in the bathroom for two minutes!
The little dickens managed to remove a serious chunk with safety scissors. 
I mean, they barely cut paper!

19 comments:

Only you said...

oh my! haha with such a creative mummy, how did you expect they wouldnt try something on their own? :)
By the way, I have used some of your great ideas for my art + English classes, they are all super!
have a nice day!
cris

Kristine said...

at least it was hair not skin - are hats in fashion?

Christy said...

Oh no!

sippy cup mom said...

ohh no!! Atleast it's hair, now you can come up with some creative gel style.

MaryAnne said...

Oh no! Emma did this about a year ago, sitting right across the table from me. I was feeding Johnny breakfast, and she started saying that he needed a haircut. I looked up to see her chopping away at her own hair...

Beth- the mama bee said...

oh dear! Maybe a nice layered look in the back? How funny too, safety scissors....

Jenny said...

That is too funny! Seriously safety scissors barely work!

M for Short said...

OMG, Em is on the same wavelength with my Bailey. Apparently, she decided last Friday in school that she wanted to have bangs. She honestly did a decent job (perhaps a career calling?). When I wrote a note to her teacher after the weekend to keep an extra eye on her when using the scissors, she told me that yep, they had found her clippings in their cutting box.
BTW, I don't think I've told you before that Bailey named one of her little stuffed puppy's Lulu, and your blog is the only place she's heard it before.

Sharon said...

OH.MY.WORD.

Been there done that. Not good (but makes for funny memories!)

Safety scissors? Wow.

I showed Kailani and she said, "Her sister didn't do it to her?" (Not sure if you know THAT story!)

Wic said...

my mother still tells the story about me cutting my hear. I was four and before I started it was hanging over my butt as I finished it looked a lot like your little one.
that`s the good thing about my boys they already have short hair.

Cindy said...

Oh My. I am so sorry. I have luckily never had any of mine do that. Oh well, no worries it will grow back.

Rose said...

Uh-oh!

Michelle @ Flying Giggles said...

Oh man! Didn't you get the memo? We are not allowed to use the bathroom anymore, not until they are sleeping!

Elise said...

Em's got the hang of those safety scissors down pat. But, as a mum, I know you ask yourself, Why? Why her hair? Before you know it, Em's locks will grow back.

What a super preschool teacher to make that awesome dream catcher. I know if any of my children ever have bad dreams in our house we will be making one of these too.

amy said...

Yowsers. My E did this a few months ago. The stars were aligned though because she did it the day after school pictures.. and she also used safety sissors while I was putting her little brother down for a nap.

Good times.

Our hairdresser did a pretty good job fixing it and I think I'm over it now.. :D

I wish you peace and good haircuts from my house to yours:)

Kristin said...

Wow that is amazing how fast she did that and with safety scissors! She could be the fastest scissor in town :) Great shot of the damage, but I'm sure she still is adorable!

Abbie said...

oh goodness!!! well a rite of passage? And you have done a great job teaching her cutting skills! My children still have trouble in cutting with scissors....
:) *It will grow...*

ABC and 123: A Learning Cooperative said...

Oh NO!!! I totally feel your pain, we had to deal with bald patches here too. Only ours were because she pulled and twirled it all out.

sippy cup mom said...

oops, after you commented on my post with about the collage with scissors, I just had to laugh! karen
Sippy cup central mom

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