Friday, July 18, 2008

Should I Cut Sam's Hair?


Should I cut his hair? Seriously, this kid has patches of four inch spikes. Originally I was keeping it long to make it look like he had more hair, but just today I realized that was the comb-over argument...I don't think he's fooling anyone.

5 comments:

Beck said...

o for it! That's the great thing about hair... you can make a mistake and there's no trace of it in a few months. :)

(I bet it'll be cute, though. :)

Kathy said...

Let his hairlstylist aunt give her 2 cents: give it a good trim into a traditional little boys hair cut-shorter on the sides and a little longer on top and have some light spray gel ready for him to lay it down. Water won't keep hair that wants to stand up down in the long run-- it evaporates and will stand back up if it naturally wants to go that way. Often cutting like that first full inch or 2 of hair off actually makes his whole head of hair look thicker since you would be cutting off the whispiest hair off the top. Welcome back from Singapore! How did it go? How did it go being away from Sam (and John?)

Christin said...

You can always do what my Pakistani neighbor insists that I do with Noelle - shave his head ever three months, and massage his scalp every night with olive oil. This, my neighbors swears, guarantees that his hair comes in thick and vibrant.

She almost has me convinced.

Courtney Connelly said...

Oh, he is super cute with his funky baby comb over hair! :)

Bethany Hoang said...

No way :-) Beckham has crazy hair too - its the best.