hair cut stories of sikh boys and girls
Gold

India

#4656 Aug 7, 2014
Harjit kaur wrote:
Hi I am a mother to 2 kids. 1 girl of 11 years and a son of 5 years. Both me and and husband are working in a Pvt Bank. My husband wear turban and I also have long hair which i tie in braid. But when our son was born both of us decided that we will not burden him with long hair and jooda. So, on our son's 4th birthday we took him for his first haircut. Since his hair had grown over the years, i started doing small joodi for him. I still remember that day when he was first taken for haircut. It was a day before his birthday. After office both my husband and me took him from home and we straight away went to mall for buying him birthday dress and presents. Once we were done with our shopping we entered at the salon in the mall. Since it was quite late, there was not much customers there. My husband talked to the receptionist and i accompany my son to the salon seat. Since he was small the guy guy told me to sit on the seat holding him in my lap. It was an amazing feeling for me as well as i was also sitting on the salon chair for the first time. Then i removed his patka and opened his joodi. He did have any clue of what is going on. Then the salon guy took the sprayer and sprinkle water over his head to wet his hair. Then he combed the hair back removing tangles and made certain partitions and started the cut. Within few min all his hair were gone. They all fell in my lap. Then the guy took the brush and started styling the hair and cleaned his neck. It was such a nice feeling to see my son without joodi. He was looking very cute. I straight away kissed his forehead and rolled my fingers through his hair. It was so short and well combed. Ever since then my husband took him for regular haircuts. But that was my only experience with him to salon. I cant tell you i am very satisfied with my decision as it not only saved my efforts but also mad my son look more smart.
@Harjit Kaur: Congrats on your decision and also that you lived to first have his joori. But your decision is most right and both of you have helped him. It surely has helped save your efforts and made your son live without any complex. It is a real experience to get the haircut of small children and I am glad that it could take place without any problem. Your son is so sweet that he cooperated with the barber. But I would suggest that you also take your son to the barber for haircut along with your husband. Maybe you can take him when you go to the beauty parlour as small kids are allowed there and they even give haircuts to them. Did you keep his baby hairs? Most mothers keep the hairs safely as an emotional issue. Does your daughter have long hair or you got haircut for her also? I hope your parents and in-laws accepted your decision. Great of them. With both partners working, it becomes a hassle to keep long hairs, for everyone. Surely it is a moment to cherish of sitting in the saloon chair and getting your son a hair cut. Most mother's love it as you. The transformation of your son was magic! Best Wishes and do contribute to the blog
Gold

India

#4657 Aug 7, 2014
Aakash singh wrote:
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Ya it a small push which can change tge scene. Ashish was very happywith the short hair and now prefers short hair on sides and slightly long on top and a definite neckline while having clean short trimmed sideburns and a cleanshaven face. His sister called me up and thanked me for the change so did his mother( who is a hindu) but chachaji for a change complimented his looks. Now he moves on freely and his gf aditi( who is a hindu) finds him more smart and dashing while his friends who used to tease him as giani envy his hair and looks which are equivalent to a model. Seriously joora ruined his looks. He goes thirce to a saloon in a month for haircuts, shave and styling. Sahils case was easy as mamaji initially blasted slapped and rebuked sahil but later after a week when he cooled off he said " tere vaal kafi thin han, ik vaar puree shave karwa lae ghato ghat growth sahi ho jayegi and sohna lagega, waise aakash ne changi mat marri teri". Ididnt care the blame since sahil was happy. Sahil then took me to a nearby saloon and got a head shave. Now he has gud hair and prefers short hair( not very short since his hair are not so thick) of about 1 inch in front and about 0.5 inches on side and back. He has a left hair partition and the hair in front droop onto the forehead. Stubble is generally kept and has a stud in his right ear. Seeing sahil his younger brother adi asked mammaji for a haircut and mammaji himself took him to a saloon for a haircut.just imagine mammaji was the person who kept sahil away from haircut since 18 years and took his younger son for a haircut.
@ Aaksah SIngh: Congrats and it was a pleasure reading your posts. I am sure that you are the most wanted advisor in the family now. As for the head shave, it is a very different feeling to have all the hairs shaved off and I may suggest that he should have a head shave for three /four times for good equal growth. Also the feeling of sun on his scalp will help out. So all of you are now models and studs in the locality. I am also happy to know that Aditi loves him and she is pleased to introduce him to the family. They would have no feelings of his 'sardar looks'.Mamaji most be waiting for the moment to take his son for haircut and he understood, if he did it or not everyone is sure to go to the barber for a haircut. So giving permission and taking the boys along is the best alternative. I am also sure that the mothers most have loved this as it saved so much of effort for them. Your cousin sister did him a good favour to love his change and also gave you a pat for helping him out. Nice jod done. Keep contributing to the blog.
Harjit kaur

Araghar, India

#4658 Aug 7, 2014
@Gold
Thanks. No, i have not kept his cut hair. Even we did not bother taking it from salon. As far as our families our concerned, ours is a open minded family. Nobody raised any issue after his haircut. Rather, my sister in law who is also a mother to 2 twin boys took the same decision after my son,s haircut. She came to our place for spending summer vacation of kids last year. She realized how much time and efforts i got to save after my son's haircut. Also she used to praise him that he looks very cute with joori and gets ready without any trouble. Whereas her sons used to trouble her a lot while getting ready. Moreover, since they were twins(7-8years) they used to fight and open each others joori every time thus increasing her work load. So. taking courage from my experience she also decided to have her sons' haircut. Since i am working, i was not at home in day time. One day she took her sons to a nearby salon when i went to office and got them haircut. When i returned home i saw 3 small hindu children playing in our front garden. I thought may be kids from neighborhood had come to play. But to my surprise when i approached near i realized they were her sons without any joori. I asked her when and how did that happen. She explained me that like always they were fighting in the morning and opened each others joori. She got angry and inspite of doing joori she took scissor and cut there jooris herself and then took them to salon for proper haircut. She showed me their cut jooris. First i smiled looking at the small jooris and then told her to throw these in running water. All 3 kids were looking cute while playing.
Akash singh

Herlev, Denmark

#4659 Aug 7, 2014
Gold wrote:
<quoted text>@Aakaingh: All the courage in the world will not help you, if you do not take the first step. No one ever killed anyone because he/she had a haircut.
Read all the posts and take a friend with you. If your mother scolds you, stay with the friend for some days. It will be fine.
Im going for it
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#4661 Aug 7, 2014
Harjit kaur wrote:
@Gold
Thanks. No, i have not kept his cut hair. Even we did not bother taking it from salon. As far as our families our concerned, ours is a open minded family. Nobody raised any issue after his haircut. Rather, my sister in law who is also a mother to 2 twin boys took the same decision after my son,s haircut. She came to our place for spending summer vacation of kids last year. She realized how much time and efforts i got to save after my son's haircut. Also she used to praise him that he looks very cute with joori and gets ready without any trouble. Whereas her sons used to trouble her a lot while getting ready. Moreover, since they were twins(7-8years) they used to fight and open each others joori every time thus increasing her work load. So. taking courage from my experience she also decided to have her sons' haircut. Since i am working, i was not at home in day time. One day she took her sons to a nearby salon when i went to office and got them haircut. When i returned home i saw 3 small hindu children playing in our front garden. I thought may be kids from neighborhood had come to play. But to my surprise when i approached near i realized they were her sons without any joori. I asked her when and how did that happen. She explained me that like always they were fighting in the morning and opened each others joori. She got angry and inspite of doing joori she took scissor and cut there jooris herself and then took them to salon for proper haircut. She showed me their cut jooris. First i smiled looking at the small jooris and then told her to throw these in running water. All 3 kids were looking cute while playing.
@Harjit kaur: It is very encouraging to read that your family is open minded and took the decision to get hair cut to your son by you sportingly. This is a reason for a congenial atmosphere in the house and appreciating the opinion of all. The incident of your sister in law (bhabhi?) must also be a year ago when you got hair cut for your son. It is very difficult and needs a lot of effort for upkeep of long hair, especially if there are twins. It was the motivation of your decision that she gathered courage and got hair cut for her sons. And in summer it is the most opportune time for hair cuts. I can understand how pestered she most have felt when there is fighting and other things which add to the trouble of long hair.
Just as she had kept the 'small jooris' I was wondering if you had taken the baby hairs. But it was good that you left them on the floor of the saloon. Yes, drifting the hairs in the flowing waters is the best way to dispose off the cut hairs. She has offered to nature the hairs after overcoming the emotional barrier. Now to freedom and ease. She must have felt so free next morning when she did not have to make jooris and easy for bathing the boys. Did she go for a second haircut for the boys during the stay at your place? Many times it is needed after a few days to style the hairs so that they get to their natural flow sooner. I think you have helped her in a great way and she would be thankful for life for having been shown the way and adopting it without fear.
Keep us posted of such encouraging stories and incidents!
Aakash singh

Delhi, India

#4662 Aug 7, 2014
Gold wrote:
<quoted text>@ Aaksah SIngh: Congrats and it was a pleasure reading your posts. I am sure that you are the most wanted advisor in the family now. As for the head shave, it is a very different feeling to have all the hairs shaved off and I may suggest that he should have a head shave for three /four times for good equal growth. Also the feeling of sun on his scalp will help out. So all of you are now models and studs in the locality. I am also happy to know that Aditi loves him and she is pleased to introduce him to the family. They would have no feelings of his 'sardar looks'.Mamaji most be waiting for the moment to take his son for haircut and he understood, if he did it or not everyone is sure to go to the barber for a haircut. So giving permission and taking the boys along is the best alternative. I am also sure that the mothers most have loved this as it saved so much of effort for them. Your cousin sister did him a good favour to love his change and also gave you a pat for helping him out. Nice jod done. Keep contributing to the blog.
Adi also got a headshave at the very first go so that the growth of hair is not uneven and the hair in front near the forehead gets a definite shape and of course get strengthened. Now it has almost been 8 months since his headshave and regular visits to the saloon made him get a gud hairstyle. Although sahil got late in getting his joora cut but his bold step was enough to saviour his younger brother adi and elder sister jyoti. Jyoti wanted to be like my sister and support a mushroom cut but mammaji was orthodox, moreover her boyfriend tarun was a hindu and wanted her to have short hair, while mammaji did not approve her bf snce ge was a hindu. But after sahils joora cut there was a sea change in their family, jyoti went in for a mushroom cut and tarun was accepted in the family. And they have their marraige planned in november. Abhay was my chachajis son. He lived just adjacent to our house. When i cut my joora he was against my decision but just see the irony that he felt my ease and style that he came to me and consulted whether he should get a haircut or not. I just handed the scissors to him and said to move on. He went to a saloon and got his joora cut and now feels the change.
Gold

India

#4663 Aug 8, 2014
Aakash singh wrote:
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Adi also got a headshave at the very first go so that the growth of hair is not uneven and the hair in front near the forehead gets a definite shape and of course get strengthened. Now it has almost been 8 months since his headshave and regular visits to the saloon made him get a gud hairstyle. Although sahil got late in getting his joora cut but his bold step was enough to saviour his younger brother adi and elder sister jyoti. Jyoti wanted to be like my sister and support a mushroom cut but mammaji was orthodox, moreover her boyfriend tarun was a hindu and wanted her to have short hair, while mammaji did not approve her bf snce ge was a hindu. But after sahils joora cut there was a sea change in their family, jyoti went in for a mushroom cut and tarun was accepted in the family. And they have their marraige planned in november. Abhay was my chachajis son. He lived just adjacent to our house. When i cut my joora he was against my decision but just see the irony that he felt my ease and style that he came to me and consulted whether he should get a haircut or not. I just handed the scissors to him and said to move on. He went to a saloon and got his joora cut and now feels the change.
@Aakash Singh: It is an interesting change of incidents. All of you in this generation have got hair cuts and with in a very short time. It seems that you have been the catalyst and it is the chain reaction that got everyone of you cousins on the line of action. Even girls are now 'free'.
It was a good decision for Adi to get the head shave. Ask him - it is the most refreshing experience. Once when the barber gets the clean razor shave and then again when he applies the shaving foam and shaves again for smoothness. Some barbers go in for a third time to bring out the shine on the scalp. Actually the effect of the sun on the bald scalp strengthens the roots of the growing hair and help in their effective growth. Sometimes weekly shaves are recommended so that the growth is more luxuriant and the individual also experiences the freshness. Natural growth of the hair takes about 1-2 months after a first time 'joora cut'. So this family is growing and it has also helped Jyoti and Tarun. Congrats to all of you for the experimentation. Keep posting on the blog for more incidents.
Gold

India

#4664 Aug 8, 2014
@Aakash Singh: The story about Abhay is nice and you did the right thing by handing the scissors to him when he came for your advice. Did he cut the joora at home of went to the barber for the cut. The relief when the 'joora cut' is done by the barber is great. The feel of the loose hairs falling around the neck and the following spray and the free comb for combing is very nice. First time there is a fear of the scissors cutting something else but the barbers are so experienced that they are are able to cut even millimeters of hair with such expertise. Abhay must be the mosr happy man of earth after his hair cut. Embrace him and go out - the whole gang - and party! Encourage each other. If there is someone else who feels embarrassed or still keeps joora, take him along and he will surely join you when he sees the excitement in the group. Best Wishes pioneer friend.
K Kaur

Bradford, UK

#4665 Aug 9, 2014
a proud sikh wrote:
M PROUD TO BE A SIKH
SAT SRI AKAL...
M privileged to born in a Sikh family......m a gursikh.looking at mirror with my beard face and turbans always remind me m from religion of great warriors and saints.....from the perfect and most beautifull religion on earth.....
KHALSA.our gurus wanted us to be the way WAHEGURU created us......cutting or beard..hair....simply imply u don't respect his creation.
Guys u should be proud of ur religion......it has stood the test of time.....our guru lovingly sacrificed their everything for u ....for me......for Sikhism.think of those thousands of Sikhs who laid down their life for sake of their religion......and u can't carry a turban around.....plz anytime these thoughts come to ur mind discard them ....recite mool mantra....or remember those great martyers who laid down their life years back......
M sorry if u found me wrong anywhere in post
But plz live like a GURSIKH....its amazingly beautiful way of life.
Waheguru ji ka khalsa
Waheguru ji ki fateh
Aw I totally agree!:D I think when people want to cut their kesh, it shows that they dwell too much in maya as the panj chorr are surrounding them. However to overcome the want of cutting kesh, we should sit in the sadhsangat because there are like
Minded people there, who just want to meet akhaal
Purakh.
I would like to ask someone on this blog, what is the NEED to cut hair?
khoji sikh xyz

Dallas, TX

#4666 Aug 10, 2014
vaalan diyan doe naavan -- repeated -- kai vareh pehlan ek sikh munda school jaunda si te jiven kuch te usde piyo ne mgz nu keha likhia ki asin tan bahut dharmik vichaaran de haun te vaal katvaun de bare vich soch vi nahi sakde narayene vale babaji phurmaunde hun ki vahmi ho giya hai cancel rebuild -- 3 kaaran -15-30-- pehlan oh aap ssds nu sanbhaalan de mamle vich darmiana vadh nahi te darmiana ghat reha hoyega -- dusra -- 375 te 3750 tkrb hrp de darmian lagagnge dassan vich -- teesra -- oh aap shabad -- khalsa oh nirdhan ko pale varge de mamle vich oven adhey te adhey kuch ovean hoyeya hoyega ---- azaadi th in of tn su to hf sk an hf oth pe on 50 50 or 40 40 20 rebuild je koi aisi gal daas ne kahe te tuhanu ovean laggai te ek tarfon nahi dusri tarfon muaafi kyonki eho jehe beant dhaaye lakh toun adhey toun adhey misaalan ho rahe hun so thoda jeha marag darshan hona chahida hai sikh naari te thoda jehe te sikh nar te thoda jehe toun thoda jeh ziada rebuild dtlos hnk
Aakash singh

Suri, India

#4667 Aug 12, 2014
Gold wrote:
@Aakash Singh: The story about Abhay is nice and you did the right thing by handing the scissors to him when he came for your advice. Did he cut the joora at home of went to the barber for the cut. The relief when the 'joora cut' is done by the barber is great. The feel of the loose hairs falling around the neck and the following spray and the free comb for combing is very nice. First time there is a fear of the scissors cutting something else but the barbers are so experienced that they are are able to cut even millimeters of hair with such expertise. Abhay must be the mosr happy man of earth after his hair cut. Embrace him and go out - the whole gang - and party! Encourage each other. If there is someone else who feels embarrassed or still keeps joora, take him along and he will surely join you when he sees the excitement in the group. Best Wishes pioneer friend.
Abhay did the job at my house. He opened his patka and i combed back his hair abd tied a loose pony and just ran the scissors across the pony, and in a minute the joora was off his head and cut hair were till his neck. Then he went with me to the nearby saloon, where the barber gave him a nice haircut. Now he understands freedom of cut hairand uncut hair. Logically sahils haircut was toughest since mammaji was rock solid orthodox, that is why i wantedhim to feel the jooraless head first and knew seeing him all will follow. I still recount sahil stayed with me for 2 weeks before mammaji accepted him, the day after haircut when sahil woke up he did not had jooora since it was cut but his hands went up on his head to tie the joora which usually opened when we sleep. I laughed seeing him and gave him the mirror, and he smiled off. Sahil now gets ready in 15 mins and he hated tying the turban (so did ashish ) and now he is what he wantedto be. So in actual he is thecatalyst.
Hey

Brampton, Canada

#4668 Aug 12, 2014
Right now, I'm 12 years old and have a long braid and have never cut it. I recently asked my mom if I can ever cut my hair and she said it's your choice. I'm thinking of also asking my dad before I do cut my hair and to be honest, I think it's kind of unfair what other Sikhs say that you have to keep your hair. I also do understand how people say you should respect what god has given you but what's the problem in cutting your hair? You still have hair after that and your just respecting what god has given you more if you have never cut your hair and have split ends and such. Though I think it's kind of stupid for people to forget abut their religion even AFTER they have cut their hair. Personally, I'm planning on still believing in my religion even after if I cut my hair. Doesn't the inside matter than rather the outside? That's what I kind of don't like how Sikhs with uncut hair may hate on Sikhs who have cut their hair. They did not commit a sin so what's the problem? They are not bothering them either so why do they care?
Kuljeet Kaur

Mumbai, India

#4669 Aug 12, 2014
Harjit kaur wrote:
Hi I am a mother to 2 kids. 1 girl of 11 years and a son of 5 years. Both me and and husband are working in a Pvt Bank. My husband wear turban and I also have long hair which i tie in braid. But when our son was born both of us decided that we will not burden him with long hair and jooda. So, on our son's 4th birthday we took him for his first haircut. Since his hair had grown over the years, i started doing small joodi for him. I still remember that day when he was first taken for haircut. It was a day before his birthday. After office both my husband and me took him from home and we straight away went to mall for buying him birthday dress and presents. Once we were done with our shopping we entered at the salon in the mall. Since it was quite late, there was not much customers there. My husband talked to the receptionist and i accompany my son to the salon seat. Since he was small the guy guy told me to sit on the seat holding him in my lap. It was an amazing feeling for me as well as i was also sitting on the salon chair for the first time. Then i removed his patka and opened his joodi. He did have any clue of what is going on. Then the salon guy took the sprayer and sprinkle water over his head to wet his hair. Then he combed the hair back removing tangles and made certain partitions and started the cut. Within few min all his hair were gone. They all fell in my lap. Then the guy took the brush and started styling the hair and cleaned his neck. It was such a nice feeling to see my son without joodi. He was looking very cute. I straight away kissed his forehead and rolled my fingers through his hair. It was so short and well combed. Ever since then my husband took him for regular haircuts. But that was my only experience with him to salon. I cant tell you i am very satisfied with my decision as it not only saved my efforts but also mad my son look more smart.
Hi Harjeet,
Congratulations Dear for your son's haircut.It will be more easier for you now, but still there are questions in my mind
Q1 How you feel while sitting on saloon chair?
Q2 Does it comes to your mind that guy should cut your braid with his scissors?
Q3 Why you should not cut your hairs even if you had a golden chance to get it done?
Q4 Do you have any plan for your or your daughter's haircut?

Please reply soon Harjeet?
If any queries, feel free to ask
Good luck
Kuljeet Kaur

Mumbai, India

#4670 Aug 12, 2014
Hey wrote:
Right now, I'm 12 years old and have a long braid and have never cut it. I recently asked my mom if I can ever cut my hair and she said it's your choice. I'm thinking of also asking my dad before I do cut my hair and to be honest, I think it's kind of unfair what other Sikhs say that you have to keep your hair. I also do understand how people say you should respect what god has given you but what's the problem in cutting your hair? You still have hair after that and your just respecting what god has given you more if you have never cut your hair and have split ends and such. Though I think it's kind of stupid for people to forget abut their religion even AFTER they have cut their hair. Personally, I'm planning on still believing in my religion even after if I cut my hair. Doesn't the inside matter than rather the outside? That's what I kind of don't like how Sikhs with uncut hair may hate on Sikhs who have cut their hair. They did not commit a sin so what's the problem? They are not bothering them either so why do they care?
Hey !
you are right, there is nothing to do with the long braid
what you think is right so get the feel and go to the saloon and get a good haircut and share you experience
Good luck
Kuljeet Kaur

Mumbai, India

#4671 Aug 12, 2014
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Kuljeet Kaur

Mumbai, India

#4672 Aug 12, 2014
@ Jasleen, where are you? plz share ur stories reply soon we are waiting
khoji

Dallas, TX

#4674 Aug 13, 2014
vaalan diyan doe naavan -- chunga lagda hai ki navi nave gallan ho rahiyan hun te pur vekhia jaye taon aajkal taon kuch vi nahi jeevan vich bahron manukh te andron kolhu da beal so kai kahende hun ki manoranjan ho jayega eh sabh naal rebuild
Harjit kaur

Araghar, India

#4676 Aug 13, 2014
hello kuljeet

u seem to be teacher who had set a question paper for exams.
anyways, let me answer your queries...
how did i feel...?
actually i had been to beauty parlors many a times so sitting on the chair itself was not something new to me but being in the salon and having my son in my lap for haircut was a great experience. i had never dream that something like that would ever happen. so that feeling was creating a different kind of excitement.

regarding my braid...?
at that time my focus was just on my son's haircut so it did not come to my mind of having my own braid cut or salon guy using scissors on my hair.

my golden chance...?
as i had discussed earlier i have been carrying long hair all my life and i am having no issues with it. moreover being in your late thirties such kind of change does not appeal much.

my plans...?
the issue of my daughter's haircut had come lot of times. earlier when we had our son's haircut we did not think of her haircut. but later on she did came to me and said that she loved her brother more after his haircut and asked if she can also have same haircut. since we were undecided about her haircut i simply replied that let the right time come.
again whenever she attends some school function or a friend's party she always say she is bored of her braid and she also want to enjoy like her friends with different hair styles.
so, my husband and me had a discussion over it, and decided that let her take her decision but we want her to really show her desperation for it. I personally like it whenever she comes to me and plead for her haircut. lets see what happens next !

i hope i have answered all your queries.
Do tell me something about yourself. I have not read your past posts. so if you could share your personal experiences.
Kuljeet Kaur wrote:
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Hi Harjeet,
Congratulations Dear for your son's haircut.It will be more easier for you now, but still there are questions in my mind
Q1 How you feel while sitting on saloon chair?
Q2 Does it comes to your mind that guy should cut your braid with his scissors?
Q3 Why you should not cut your hairs even if you had a golden chance to get it done?
Q4 Do you have any plan for your or your daughter's haircut?
Please reply soon Harjeet?
If any queries, feel free to ask
Good luck
Kuljeet Kaur

Mumbai, India

#4677 Aug 14, 2014
Harjit kaur wrote:
hello kuljeet
u seem to be teacher who had set a question paper for exams.
anyways, let me answer your queries...
how did i feel...?
actually i had been to beauty parlors many a times so sitting on the chair itself was not something new to me but being in the salon and having my son in my lap for haircut was a great experience. i had never dream that something like that would ever happen. so that feeling was creating a different kind of excitement.
regarding my braid...?
at that time my focus was just on my son's haircut so it did not come to my mind of having my own braid cut or salon guy using scissors on my hair.
my golden chance...?
as i had discussed earlier i have been carrying long hair all my life and i am having no issues with it. moreover being in your late thirties such kind of change does not appeal much.
my plans...?
the issue of my daughter's haircut had come lot of times. earlier when we had our son's haircut we did not think of her haircut. but later on she did came to me and said that she loved her brother more after his haircut and asked if she can also have same haircut. since we were undecided about her haircut i simply replied that let the right time come.
again whenever she attends some school function or a friend's party she always say she is bored of her braid and she also want to enjoy like her friends with different hair styles.
so, my husband and me had a discussion over it, and decided that let her take her decision but we want her to really show her desperation for it. I personally like it whenever she comes to me and plead for her haircut. lets see what happens next !
i hope i have answered all your queries.
Do tell me something about yourself. I have not read your past posts. so if you could share your personal experiences.
<quoted text>
Hi Harjeet,
thanks for replying
really impressed by your answers
But my advice to you is that you should also plan a good haircut for you just for a once for change only you will feel young dear
also you can read my previous post somewhere in this Topix discussions if still you want to know anything then feel free to ask. i have lots of things to discuss.
once more thanks for the quick reply i am really impressed by you dear!
and also think for your haircut for once at-least and share your views.
Thanks Dear
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#4678 Aug 15, 2014
Harjit kaur wrote:
hello kuljeet
u seem to be teacher who had set a question paper for exams.
anyways, let me answer your queries...
how did i feel...?
actually i had been to beauty parlors many a times so sitting on the chair itself was not something new to me but being in the salon and having my son in my lap for haircut was a great experience. i had never dream that something like that would ever happen. so that feeling was creating a different kind of excitement.
regarding my braid...?
at that time my focus was just on my son's haircut so it did not come to my mind of having my own braid cut or salon guy using scissors on my hair.
my golden chance...?
as i had discussed earlier i have been carrying long hair all my life and i am having no issues with it. moreover being in your late thirties such kind of change does not appeal much.
my plans...?
the issue of my daughter's haircut had come lot of times. earlier when we had our son's haircut we did not think of her haircut. but later on she did came to me and said that she loved her brother more after his haircut and asked if she can also have same haircut. since we were undecided about her haircut i simply replied that let the right time come.
again whenever she attends some school function or a friend's party she always say she is bored of her braid and she also want to enjoy like her friends with different hair styles.
so, my husband and me had a discussion over it, and decided that let her take her decision but we want her to really show her desperation for it. I personally like it whenever she comes to me and plead for her haircut. lets see what happens next !
i hope i have answered all your queries.
Do tell me something about yourself. I have not read your past posts. so if you could share your personal experiences.
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@Harjit Kaur: A very nice matter of fact reply to very interestingly put 'school teacher' questions. you have also replied in point wise 1,2,3 etc.
I agree with you when you say that getting your son in your lap and getting his haircut was a great experience. The barber's are very much expert in cutting the hair of small children and it seems your son was very patient. Some children are afraid and resist the barber activity and have to be distracted. I remember we had to keep saying ' kake de sir te uncle ki karde. ek sohna bachha ban reha hai.....' and so on for our son. But after two visits he accepted the activity and then he always looked forward t the hair cut. As I have said earlier you have done your son and yourself a good favour - him by getting him merge into the friends and saved yourself a lot of effort and time. Because with a daughter and yourself to care for, a son with long hair is another chore.But I still feel you should take him for his haircuts once in a while when you go to the beauty parlour. They do children's haircuts too!
As for your daughter's haircut, it is natural for her to get interested, but let the time come and then maybe you would agree. It will be a relief for her - Good job done!

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