We took her to a real salon - The Defining Line Salon - for a real cut. She said she was scared when I sat her in the chair but she got over it fast. She got to wear a "big bib" as she called it and Shauna the stylist cut her hair. Joci was wiggly, but didn't cry or freak out ever. We decided to give her a stacked A-line bob. How many three-year-olds rock an actual style? Mine, for one. :)
Like a dorky mom, I swiped some hair remnants for Joci's baby book and to send to her birth mom.
Joci cooperated a little bit better when Mom stepped out of sight and another stylist Grayce helped coax Joci into holding her head just right. Today Joci is still talking about laying on Grayce's arm.
Shauna was so sweet and patient. Joci still talks about how Shauna gave her a haircut.
Enjoying her new hair in the breeze.
The haircut is so cute it almost - ALMOST - distracts you from watching Joci pick a wedgie. :)
At home we curled the ends under a bit.
Joci is proud of her cut and talks about her experience a lot. She seems to love and we think it seems to fit her spunky personality!
P.S. I also have to say that I loved that my husband was so excited to "tag along" and watch every snip. He is such a good dad for a little girls.