Sunday, May 3, 2009

Why I cried in my kitchen tonight.

The world as it looked at approximately 7:45 tonight:

The world as it looked at approximately 8:30 tonight:

I cried the entire time I shaved Ben's head. I'm convinced he will never be this blond again, and so I hated to cut it. But Thomas wanted his done, and heaven forbid Thomas do something that Ben doesn't.

Their new hair is cute, but I loved their floppy long hair. Neither one of them has ever had a different haircut. And now they have no hair. But they are happy, so that is all that matters, right?


(But it still makes me a little teary.)


Jeanette said...

I know EXACTLY how you feel!

It's hard to let them grow up, and hard to let go of those last reminders of their babyhood, but we can't hold back the hands of time forever.

They look very handsome!

Ginger said...

Oh my goodness! They were cute before and they are cute now! You sure do have some handsome guys, there.

Lucy said...

I love summer buzzes. So easy! What a bold leap for them, though. That's a lot of hair to lose:) My boys cried the first time I did it to them.

Jeff and Kayci Bitton said...

oh my goodness! It actually happened?? They do look very cute though.

Melanie said...

I think I'm in shock! You probably are, too. But they look so cute! I would cry, too. But I bet when you get used to it, you'll love how easy the new cuts are.

Thomas Family said...

YAY!! GO Becky!! I love it!! Ya know, I have to give you a hard time cause you always gave me a hard time about how long Jayven's hair was when he was a baby!! I loved the boys hair, but this is awesome you did it!! :) YAY!!
Love you,

Amy Sorensen said...

I would have cried, too. You know it!!! ;)

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