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The Mullet Cutting

Since the first time we ever saw baby Emily she had a rat tail. As she has grown and her hair has grown , it has become an all out mullet. Only a mother's love can love that little mullet on my precious daughter. It has actually really entertained Steve and I thinking that, " our daughter has a mullet." It is just the way her hair grows. Bless her heart. Last Thursday night I decided to cut the mullet. It had began to cause her problems when I would take a bib off and accidently pull her hair in the bib's velcro. She would scream and cry in protest. As I looked at her last Thursday morning, I thought," there is no reason for her to have her hair this way. I am going to cut it when Steve gets home." Of course, Steve did not object. I wet her hair down and in one chop got the mullet. I was a little nervous to see it at first. I rushed her to the bath for a good hair washing and styling and it looked great! I was so glad I cut it! It stills comes to a point, but she is a much more refined looking baby girl now! I will get some pictures on here soon so you can see before and after photos.

Comments

Kelly said…
I'm so glad my little precious niece is not a redneck anymore! :-)
She looked pretty even with her mullet. I was thinking of growing one myself! ha!
Guy & Julie said…
She's the only beautiful baby I know who could pull a mullet off and make it look great! Did you save the lock of hair from her rat tail for her scrapbook?

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