To cut or not to cut. That is the question.

All of a sudden, Daisy seems to have all this hair. Like long hair. I love it when it is brushed and cleaned and did I mention brushed? But this happens only every so often so most of the time it looks dirty, with knots and bits of congealed food in it. The battle we have for me to brush it drives me to distraction, and to wash her hair, well let’s say bribes are involved. So I have been thinking that maybe I should just cut it? Not a drastic change like the do I sported from the age of 3 to 8 (my Mum couldn’t cope with the hair issues that sound vaguely familiar to me so decided to give me a pixie crop like a BOY so I spent all my childhood telling people I was in fact, a girl) but something like an inch or so off. What do you think?

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/07278586472887265093 Lucy

    No it’s so lovely and long and pretty. Don’t take all that lovely hair from her. She is lucky to have nice hair as opposed to our skanky rat hair

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/13741907859944987779 Chatty

    NOOOOOOOOOOOO! Lady (and I) would give anything for gorgeous hair like that!

  • Sarah

    Betty, I would cut it a bit as it is good for their hair and helps to thicken it up. It will grow back so quickly and be even more beautiful.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/08738813381289964120 Kathryn

    Just a bit will make it look even better. See gorgeous Georgia at Crop Shop if you like and G’ma would love to shout the occasion. She’s gorgeous with littlies.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/08738813381289964120 Kathryn

    Just a bit will make it look even better. See gorgeous Georgia at Crop Shop if you like and G’ma would love to shout the occasion. She’s gorgeous with littlies.