Maxon has had one haircut at home before just to get the hair out of his eyes and ears but we thought it was time for an official all-over cut (I am trying to avoid the bowl haircuts both Mike and I had growing up–no offense to the grandparents). Maxon’s stylist was able to accomplish more in 10 minutes than what had taken me all afternoon ambushing Maxon one snip at a time. While Lollilocks was a very cute, kid-centric place and Maxon had a great experience, for the price we paid, he might have to get the clippers next time. You can have your fancy salon cut when you’re making a name for yourself in elementary school, kid.
Indeed, he was a good sport, but he flashed the “all done” sign moments away from being finished and got a little riled up when he couldn’t get down, even though he was in a pretty cool ride. All was good once he was allowed to roam free and start messing with all the drawers nearby.