If you've been reading this blog awhile, you know that Zoodle's hair has had a life of its own.
There's always been plenty of it.
And for a few months, his cowlicks took over. I loved his 'do during this time.
Then his hair decided to lay down and behave somewhat normally. How boring.
Throughout the months I've had people suggest that it's time to cut his hair. I've always reacted with horror. Cut this fabulous, perfect head of hair on my perfect little baby? Not yet! But recently I've started to think it may be time.
From the front he still looks cute. I mean, shaggy is in for boys anyway, and I don't mind it down over his ears.
But in the back he's looking a little too, well, 1980s. (Note that when he's upright and isn't leaning his head back, his hair doesn't look this long--but it does still curl down over his collar.)
So I am considering just trimming up the back. Any thoughts? Do I (deep breath) give my 7 1/2-month-old his first big boy haircut? Or let it grow and prepare myself to correct all the people who may start thinking he's a girl?