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Post by CaraGenie on Sept 12, 2013 23:01:11 GMT -8
I took James in for a haircut today. My husband has been mentioning a number 3 for quite a while and the woman suggested putting the clippers over the sides and back, so I said sure, and then she suggested just going over everything because his hair is so thick and it would just have looked wrong to only do the back and sides so once again I said sure. It was after she'd already put the clippers to his hair that I had second thoughts (hindsight is a wonderful thing)
My baby now has no hair
The photo isn't good quality because it was from my phone and I couldn't get him to stay still - and the one I have of him not moving, he's screaming. I'm gutted that I did this to his hair (even if I wasn't holding the clippers). Hopefully it will grow a bit before Christmas.
It's spring here, and there are baby animals everywhere. Today James and I went to the Lagoon to feed the ducks today (ok, we went so I could see ducklings). It's been raining quite a bit over the last few days so James found loads of puddles to jump in.
James had to carry the bag of bread, though try telling him that the bread is for the ducks.
Mallards, the mother wanted the bread, but the babies wanted nothing to do with James.
Look at the size of that duck's foot!!!! Yes, that is our bag, which I picked up as soon as I'd taken the photo.
These ducklings are the cutest, and they didn't seem to mind James too much either.
As you can see, James' hair has once again got that reddish tint to it as it is growing back (thank goodness)
He's had the same bed since he was a few weeks old, the base has just shifted height and the sides of the cot were taken off to make it into a bed (*points up*).
However, he's been falling out of it quite a bit lately, so I decided it was time to upgrade his bed. We had a spare queen-sized bed in the spare room (also known as the den), and it had been put against the wall because the cat was ripping the bottom of the base. I took James' bed apart and moved the big bed into his room. Here are some photos of him in his big bed:
He spent the first part of "bed time" doing forward rolls on his new bed, and this is him after he crashed out with his two giraffes and dog (she's tucked under his arm)
I tucked him in
I don't think he was too impressed with the camera flash.
Here's a photo of my little 5 year old in the outfit I got him for school photos:
Sorry about the messy bed, I should have made it before I took the photo, but with James (at the moment) it's either take the photo when he's in a good mood or miss out - even if I did have to take four because he wouldn't stop bouncing.