Thursday, August 19, 2010

Nostalgia 2: Cuts For Tots

Its customary for Filipinos not to cut the hair until the child reaches 1 year old. Whether right or wrong, I dont want to question that. I followed that belief in dealing the first haircut of my kids.

Of all the kids, I only documented the first haircut of Christoph through the help of Cuts for Tots Salon in Glorietta. I didnt know during Francis time that saloons for kids are offering this kind of certificate. No big deal actually but I know this will be a good keepsake for Christoph when he grows old. For Alexa's case, I purposely did not cut her hair only until recently that I instructed the yaya to have it cut whilst I was in Germany. Again, no documentation. Too bad.

Anyway, attached is the photo of the picture frame received from Cuts for Tots.



Unknown said...

that is so cute--a certificate for the first hair cut! nakakatuwa naman. you can keep it in album, together with his first tooth.:p

i remember my mom kept all our pusod. i don't know where she's keeping them (and i don't want to find out!:D)

Verna Luga said...

aw baka magtampo si lil girl... ako I only collected yung sa eldest yung mga kasunod ..tinamad na LOL... but nice souvenir sis...


Chubskulit Rose said...

That is a very good remembrance sis. In here, it is customary too that the first hair cut is free lol..

Mel_Cole said...

Aww, what a cute memorabilia. My little just reached 1 year old but i haven't cut his hair coz it's very thin.

Have a great weekend!

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