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should I get my son's hair cut? (pic/poll) S U Z I E 3 kids; Venezuela 18556 posts
27th Jan '13

He's been talking about getting it cut but he goes back and forth. He's 4, and I'm afraid if we cut it, he's gonna cry and want it back! Plus, I LOVE his hair, it's beautiful!! :(

liebe Kenzi ❤ 1 child; Marble Falls, Texas 3865 posts
27th Jan '13

If he really wants it cut you could always do a little bit and see how he likes it and go from there. I mean ultimately he is old enough to make that decision. I understand loving his hair, though. He has some really good hair! He is such a handsome little man.

Jane.Doe. Fukushima, Japan 2805 posts
27th Jan '13

Maybe try a trim at first and slowly work him up to it

user banned 3 kids; Ontario 10942 posts
27th Jan '13

Maybe a trim first. Is it heavy?

It may feel better to get it cut if its thick and heavy.

Username_____ 2 kids; Las Vegas, Nevada 9722 posts
27th Jan '13

It's so beautiful let it grow! Team long haired boys (both of my sons have never had a haircut).

S U Z I E 3 kids; Venezuela 18556 posts
27th Jan '13
Quoting liebe Kenzi ❤:" If he really wants it cut you could always do a little bit and see how he likes it and go from there. ... [snip!] ... to make that decision. I understand loving his hair, though. He has some really good hair! He is such a handsome little man. "


Thank you! :D

user banned New York 15996 posts
27th Jan '13

Corn row it! He has beautiful hair

S U Z I E 3 kids; Venezuela 18556 posts
27th Jan '13
Quoting crazy coupon lady:" Maybe a trim first. Is it heavy? It may feel better to get it cut if its thick and heavy."

It's not heavy..

Nut ღ Meg Beverly Hills, CA, United States 40237 posts
27th Jan '13

Beautiful hair. If he really wants it cut maybe just a trim?

S U Z I E 3 kids; Venezuela 18556 posts
27th Jan '13
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usernametx Texas 19750 posts
27th Jan '13

My son had long hair (just a little longer than your sons) and i recently cut it. It's up to his chin now. He was forever being called a girl and people would stare and whisper about whether he was a girl or not :roll:



When he was 2 it was a few inches passed his shoulders and i shaved it (on the longest setting) and it only took 6 months to grow back to the same length again. I remember being sad because i missed being able to stroke it :lol:

user banned New York 15996 posts
27th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting S U Z I E:</b>" I know!! 3 bi-racial kids later, I still don't know how to corn row...:("</blockquote>




Im bi-racial and I cant corn row either :lol:

Mommy2Kay 1 child; Florida 4223 posts
27th Jan '13

I would only do it if he was sure and I would tell him that once it's it would take a really long time to grow it back.

Jane.Doe. Fukushima, Japan 2805 posts
27th Jan '13

Yeh my sister is being a psycho about my nephew saying it's HIS decision to get it cut so until HE is old enough to decide she isen't doing it >.< It's down to his f**king ass, luscious bright blonde locks and every one calls him a girl no matter what he is wearing, I'm sure that won't have some negative effect on him over the next few years. He's only two now. I'm sorry sis, but you are a PARENT you are SUPPOSE to make decisions for your kid! He is CONSTANTLY slapping his face trying to get the shit out of his eyes :( He won't let you put anything in it, or tie it back either so it's a no win situation all around. He just needs it cut.



Your boy looks like a boy, so that's no a problem, just irks me with my sister lol

user banned 2 kids; Minnesota 7318 posts
27th Jan '13

Does he say why he wants it cut? I'd corn row it to keep it out of his face and see if that feels better. I know long hair can just feel annoying especially before he gets tucking it behind his ears down.