Does anyone here have problems with getting their child's hair cut, or washed or brushed for that matter. Here's how it has been for me, when Jack was about 18 months old and I couldn't prolong a haircut anymore I asked the lady two houses up that i was pretty good friends with to cut his hair. I prepared her that I thought it was going to take 2 or 3 of us to hold him down (that should have been a red flag to me, I guess I was in denial....oh well) anyway it was horrible and has been ever since, we leave her shop drenched in sweat, covered in hair...he's cryin i'm cryin, it's so traumatic for him. And i'm always apologizing to all the other ladies in there for the disruption, i can see them cringe when we walk through the door. My problem now is she has stopped cutting hair why i don't know and will not even walk down just to trim it out of his eyes. Last night i begged my husband to help hold him so i could do it, he said sure but as soon as Jack started fighting he lost his temper and said i'm not doing this to him. I explained to him if you just hold his head really still we could get it done in two secs but he has no patience for his fighting, his strength appalls me. I guess we could find someone else of course but it's so embarassing....Help!!!!
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