Wednesday, August 8, 2007

SURVEY SAYS...

Hello everyone. I've got a very important question for you all. There are several parts to this question. Please answer as thouroughly as you can.

Other than in a medical emergency (when head stitches or brain surgery is involved), When is is okay to cut a child's hair WITHOUT the mother's consent?

Is it okay for a dad to give the go ahead on a buzz cut for a 10
month old baby boy without asking mom?

How 'bout grandparents??? Can a grandparent cut (trim the bangs) of a 3 year old without asking mom?

Last question: Is there an age that sons and daughters reach that makes any of the above situations okay?

Our marriage (I mean me, of course) appreciate all of your answers. Thanks!

2 comments:

Paige said...

The answer to that question is NEVER. No one can make the decision except Mommy, esp. not Dad or grandparents. A child's hair is very important to a mom. I believe the legal age limit for adulthood is 18. They can make their own decisions then!

hollybygolly said...

Oh, are you talking about me giving your son a haircut? Yes, if you are unable to do so on your own, by all means let every able body do so. Hair grows