Goodbye Skullet : A Step by Step Tutorial on How to Get Rid of Your Toddlers Wicked Bad Skullet

Step one – Convince husband that haircut is needed and that having a toddler with a “super cool” rat tail is, in fact, not super cool at all.
Step two – Locate said toddler.  He will most likely be found emptying dresser drawers, standing atop the coffee table, or tormenting the dog.

Step three – Attempt to get wiggly toddler to sit still for before pictures of wicked bad skullet.  Halfway succeed.

Step four – Brace yourself for freak out.  Be pleasantly surprised when toddler thinks clippers are the absolute best thing ever.

Step five – Be relieved that toddler now looks like his parents love him.  Be sad that he now looks more like a kid that a baby.

Step six – Look lovingly at wispy little lock of hair on counter. Take picture. Tell yourself you should just throw it away because you’re not a weirdo. Also tell yourself you should keep it to put in scrapbook. Leave on counter for a few days because you can’t make up your mind.

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Comments

  1. Ahahahaha!! Poor little kid and his skullet! That's hilarious! He is getting so big!

  2. Awwwww I hate when they start growing up :) He totally needed that hair cut and looks just adorable!

  3. Krystal says:

    LMAO!! You totally crack me up, Ashley! Love it!

  4. Lol..did you ever see Isaiah when he was 18 months old “business in the front, party in the back”? Lol.

  5. Hi – Am your newest follower via blog boost hop – nice to meet you!

    Love the pics – you're brave!!!!

    Happy Friday!

    Linda

  6. put it in an envelope and save it. :)

  7. Spluta10 says:

    This made me smile, I have a almost 2 year old boy and to cut or not to cut is a hard decision to make. Oh, and I hope you saved just a litte hair for a keepsake.

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