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    The "Boys have short hair, Girls have long hair" is a crock of sh1t.

    If he's happy then leave it. If he wants it cut then cut it. They are babies and children for such a short time. Tell your parents that they did such a brilliant job of parenting you, that now they need to trust that you know what your doing.

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    Default Would you cut these curls

    Yes I would, but it's only because I like short hair on boys. Just my opinion though. At the end of the day, you're his mum, so it's your privilege to decide how you want his hair.

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    I keep my son's curls cropped because he operates at a high temperature and a coat of wool (it's that thick) makes him sweat like a beast.

    It also dreadlocks and is hard to manage.

    I'll be straightening my daughters hair and tying it up once it's longer to avoid these problems.

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    Default Would you cut these curls

    OP my family are all pestering me to cut my 19 month olds hair too!! I can't bring myself to do it. The ringlets, theyre too adorable. (i attached a pic hope it works)
    I wouldn't cut it. I'm not going to cut my DS's, just going to keep drowning out the never ending 'but he looks like a girl, you're making him gayyyy'
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    Default Would you cut these curls

    No, I wouldn't. My DS (almost 3) has beautiful hair and we trim it but leaving it long until he asks for it cut.

    I don't buy into girls have long hair boys have shaved heads business.
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    Default Would you cut these curls

    Omg your boy and my DD2 could be twins, their hair looks exactly the same - similar age too.

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    Default Would you cut these curls

    No way!!!

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    Default Would you cut these curls

    Nope . Not unless it gets to hard to manage

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    No, they are adorable.

    My 16 MO DS is currently sporting a curly little mullet but I won't cut it. The front isn't long enough yet.


 

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