Monday, June 2, 2008

Say Uncle

Conversation last night at Mom's house (as I, who does not have Mom's genes for memory, remember it):

Me: Glen, when are we going to cut your hair?

Glen: Uh, never?

Mom: You better cut it before your uncles get here, or they'll hold you down and shave it.

Me: HAHAHAH. Yeah.

Glen: I'm not afraid. I can take 'em.

I just thought the uncles should know.

(I apologize for the quality of these photos. It's hard to get a sharp photograph of such long, flowing hair.)

Someone's hair is just crying for a bow:


bestgrandkidsever said...

We'll keep those scissors sharpened! ;-)

Craig said...

uh...Talmage is going for the long hair thing too. He's six so we figured it's a fine time to get it out of his system. (He was inspired by a hell's angel on a motorcycle...And his best friend at school). He also wants his hair as light as Sadie' we are working on that with lemon juice and peroxide. If any of the 'uncles' have a problem with this they will have to go through his mother first...

Craig said... would be fun to humble Glen.

Derek said...

I'll second that.

Jerilyn said...

Actually, I've said this many times: Glen's hair doesn't bother me (much). He's a good kid and he gets good grades. He has plenty of years to have short hair and they're coming very soon.

Craig, Glen bleached his hair (with my help and a box of Clairol) and he never did it again. Too much maintenance and girly stuff involved.

Derek said...

Clairol? L'Oreal Quick Blue, Creme Developer 30, plus a red-gold corrector pak will give you maintenance-free blonde. Costs about the same, too.

bestgrandkidsever said...

Oh. My. Heck.

Trina said...

. . . and then she changed her handle to strangestkidsever.