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25.7.10

"oh...you'll laugh about this later!"


today...
well, i stepped away for 5 minutes to use the
"ladies room"
and came out to see ryder
(my oldest)
chuck a pair of craft scissors behind the chair.
i (of course) could tell by the look on his face,
(and the quick chuck of the scissors)
that he did something terribly wrong!
me: "ryyyyyyder, what are you doing!"
ryder: "ummm, well travis had his goo in his hair, so i cut it out"
me: i walked to travis (in slow motion, it seemed) slowly starting to yell
"noooooooooooooo!!!! RYDER!"
ryder had reshaped travis's awesome, long, blond, "surfer hair" into
a crazy Mullet!
i was mad.
i was really mad.
ryder went to his room...
and travis came out to the salon with me.
and i, with tears in my eyes,
buzzed off alllllllll of his hair.
(he looks really cute still, of course ;)
today was one of those day's that i will
"laugh about later"
(i'm not laughing now....)
kids....
until tomorrow folks!
xoxo
*buffalo gal*


7 comments:

Michelle said...

awww I think he looks really cute!!

At least it wasn't marlee's hair??

Buffalo Gal said...

michelle-that thought crossed my mind! yes...thank god! ;)

sdazlady said...

Weren't we just talking about kids cutting their own hair? I've gotta say that the "after" picture is pretty cute!
Linda Schooling

shelby said...

i didn't even recognize him, he looks more like owen.

Carolyn said...

WHHHHHHAAAAAAAATTTTTT???

Eleven said...

I checked off the box for funny, not so much for the situation, but for your comical story-telling.

Children love scissors and this, a VERY common occurance, can happen in the blink of an eye. At least it happened in your house. Facing a parent to tell them that a student cut their child's hair in your classroom...not fun. LOL

He looks very cute, by the way.

Eleven said...

I've been searching everywhere and I figured just to come out and ask you...what app are you using to take those pictures? I love the Polaroid effect.