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Arrghhhhhh... DH caught a lift from his mum to pick something up, DS tagged along...Just got a text saying they are just getting DS's haircut!!

(17 Posts)
Litterbug Sat 12-Jul-08 16:52:31

Interfering old boot angry

Flashman Sat 12-Jul-08 16:55:04

perhaps they are trying to save you a job?

colditz Sat 12-Jul-08 16:57:03

presuming your dh is your ds's dad, I'm afraid he can do as he pleases with his son's hair.

MadamAnt Sat 12-Jul-08 17:00:53

Is it his first ever cut? If so, then I'd be miffed too.

If not, then...meh. Not a big deal really.

Oh dear... unless you know she's been angling for him to get a crew cut or something shock

Litterbug Sat 12-Jul-08 17:03:22

Im not speaking to her, that why I'm pee'd.

I can just imagine her saying 'he really should have his hair cut you know son'

blah, blah, blah ...

Im bitter today, i have a cold and I'm tired, snotty and bitter.

izyboy Sat 12-Jul-08 17:04:52

Do you like your DS's hair long? I probably would want to be quite specific about the type of cut as I am not keen on very sort hair on little boys (only my preference tho')

izyboy Sat 12-Jul-08 17:06:00

lol bitter - know that feeling!

Litterbug Sat 12-Jul-08 17:11:33

Arghh, i was so busy being angry at MIL i didn't even think he could come home with a bowl cut!!

shock

Hooplala Sat 12-Jul-08 17:17:14

YANBU. You should be consulted in advance.

Colditz what a cold legal post! And somewhat contradictory, as by your own rule one could also argue that as DS is OP's son, SHE has the right to do as she pleases re DS hair therefore she pleases not for it to be cut today without consultation. smile.

Litterbug Sat 12-Jul-08 17:57:05

He wouldn't have it done.

I knew he would freak!

prettyfly1 Sat 12-Jul-08 18:26:51

LOL - hope he made it truly miserable for em!

colditz Sat 12-Jul-08 19:00:31

I do apologise for producing faCTS RATHER THAN WAILING.

<<hugs>> and <<kisses>> and <<wildly overemotional and inaccurate sympathy moaning>>

SenoraPostrophe Sat 12-Jul-08 19:06:39

lol at colditz.

I see the op is now resolved. I was going to point out that hair grows back.

prettyfly1 Sat 12-Jul-08 19:08:44

lol - colditz you are funny.

izyboy Sat 12-Jul-08 19:44:03

Alls well that ends well, lol

morningpaper Sat 12-Jul-08 19:49:43

lol @ colditz

you women are mad

I would be over the moon if any adult took responsibility for my toddler's haircut

MsDemeanor Sat 12-Jul-08 20:06:10

My dh often takes ds for a haircut. Admittedly I tend to go into 'my god that boy needs a haircut' for a few weeks in advance, but he tends to take him to the barbers on a whim. Great. I know he's not going to get tramlines cut in or anything appalling.
I do think yabu.

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