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December 14, 2012
It’s been three haircuts now since I am forced to retire cutting my son’s hair. I started cutting his hair with just plain scissors since he was a baby. Now he is seven, and Daddy wants him to be his barber’s mate. Hubby cuts his hair every month and once in every two months for our son. I guess I wouldn’t need any professional hair shears for now. I am booted as home hairdresser of my boys. And still enjoying my old hair shears, I also cut my own hair. Stingy me.
 
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