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    If my kids did this I would laugh 😂

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    Maybe some cute headbands or something?

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    Ah geez, pretty funny BUT thats because it wasnt my kids
    I still remember our neighbours kid doing a number on my hair when I was about 6...mum did not find it funny. The good thing with hair is it grows back. Make sure you take a few pics to bring out on their 21st. Hope the hairdresser can work some magic

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    Before you do anything take a photo and file it away for the 21st birthday.

    It's stressful now ... But will be freakin funny in years to come

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Before you do anything take a photo and file it away for the 21st birthday.

    It's stressful now ... But will be freakin funny in years to come
    Snap

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    Quote Originally Posted by deku View Post
    Honestly, I would just laugh and be sure to hide the scissors better. They're small children, it's not like they need to look professional for their jobs or anything, I'd just let them enjoy their ridiculous hair
    This and for it to be captured in school photos is so so great

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    OMG!! You weren't exaggerating when you said she cut it ALL off!
    You poor mumma, I'd be a little bit devastated tbh!

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    I would be soooooo angry!!

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    Holy moly!!!! She really did hack it all off. No wonder you freaked out a bit.

    Oh man this is going to give you all a good laugh in years to come.

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    She actually cut her sisters hair quite neatly - at least it looks straight.

    My now 16 year old DD gave herself a mullet when she was four. It was patchy and down to the scalp in places. I hid it the best I could with wide headbands.

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