Go figure, our daughter's hair grows at a normal rate and she loves getting her hair cut. Our son, who hates having a haircut has hair like Rapunzel. By four months old he needed a haircut, and he needs a trim every 4 weeks, 6 is pushing it. So we do occasionally take him to get professional haircuts (so expensive and painful for all involved), and in between, we (and when I say "we" I mean our nanny) cut his hair.
Here he is all wrapped up in a baby-blanket-turned-drape, looking very unhappy even though I've let him watch a TV show on the iPad.
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