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If your 6 month old ds had hair down to his shoulders, would you have it cut off?

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NbgsYellowFeathers Thu 22-Feb-07 11:55:24

Because I reeeeally dont want to but dh thinks he looks like a girl.

I was going for the surfer boy look

donnie Thu 22-Feb-07 11:58:26

personally yes, I would. I like boys to be boys!!less chance of catching nits too I believe.

noddyholder Thu 22-Feb-07 11:58:49

My ds has always had long blond surfer hair and he's 12 now!I love it and so does he.We had it cut about 6 months ago as I had a headlice fit and couldn't cope with the combibng but he is growing it back he just wasn't the same without it!Leave it alone

NbgsYellowFeathers Thu 22-Feb-07 11:59:42

Its all dark and it spikes up on top. Looks like its been styled, lol.

Cappuccino Thu 22-Feb-07 12:00:01

god my nephew is 7 and he has really long hair

he has been encouraged by his mother

he is wanting to look like legolas from Lord of the Rings

he just looks like a hippy fool

you need to grow out of this now before you go down this road

Davenid Thu 22-Feb-07 12:00:17

yes
listen to your dh

they are always right about childrens hair (not blinded by maternalism)

Jessajam Thu 22-Feb-07 12:00:26

Nope.

NbgsYellowFeathers Thu 22-Feb-07 12:01:55

Oh god, dont want the Legolas look.

Was thinking more along the lines of Mr Depp length.

itsmeNDaveP Thu 22-Feb-07 12:02:14

yes.

TeetheCeeofDavedom Thu 22-Feb-07 12:03:34

oh can't we see pics.

I love boys with long hair.
Is it all wavy and tousled looking (is that a word?!)

NbgsYellowFeathers Thu 22-Feb-07 12:04:24

hang on I'll link...

saintmaybe Thu 22-Feb-07 12:06:36

Loads of boys round here have long hair, I like it. One of mine has long, one short, their choice. I think an issue for you might be if your dh will feel proud of your ds, though. If he's uncomfortable with it , your ds may pick up on it, which would be a shame. Think I'd try talking to dh about his feelings, personally!

NbgsYellowFeathers Thu 22-Feb-07 12:08:01

here but its longer than that now

itsmeNDaveP Thu 22-Feb-07 12:09:06

I like it that length, but I think longer could be a bit, ummmmm, too much

itsmeNDaveP Thu 22-Feb-07 12:09:39

You don't have to give him a crew cut or anything so drastic

Jessajam Thu 22-Feb-07 12:10:33

Awwww!

IF you do get it cut...only a little trim to get it back under control, ok?

Aloha Thu 22-Feb-07 12:10:37

Yes, I would.

Aloha Thu 22-Feb-07 12:11:04

Cute baby btw! Just as cute with shorter hair.

NbgsYellowFeathers Thu 22-Feb-07 12:12:48

Yeah, i think its more the back thats the problem, although the top isnt as spiky now because its got longer so it pulls it down.

Should I do it myself or is that a recipe for disaster?

I wouldnt mind but dd's hair didnt start growing until she was over a year old!

FrannyandZooey Thu 22-Feb-07 12:13:26

It's up to you

My ds has preposterous hair and I love it

Maybe it is a bit startling on so young a baby? However I am of the opinion that if they can't have long daft hairstyles now, when can they?

noddyholder Thu 22-Feb-07 12:15:19

He is gorgeous!Leave his lovely hair with short he will look like every other baby He is very unusual looking as he is So cuddly!

lemonaid Thu 22-Feb-07 12:16:01

That photo is very cute! I might trim it a bit back to roughly the length it was there, because it looks so good like that.

IntergalacticDave Thu 22-Feb-07 12:16:26

Agree Franny.
DS1 is often mistaken for a girl, but he has such gorgeous soft curly blonde hair, I can't bear to cut it (although, I do sometimes trim it mo make it look a littl less mullety)

It wont be long before he is sporting ridiculous hairstyles in an assortment of horrenous colours, so I'm making the most of it while I can!

NbgsYellowFeathers Thu 22-Feb-07 12:17:35

awww thanks

have just realised, can you see all the other pics in my album?

Ooops!

shonaspurtle Thu 22-Feb-07 12:18:26

Your wee boy is gooooorgeous! Cut his hair back to that length again - it's so cute!

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