I wasn’t emotional about it at all – when she took the first snip and asked for an envelope to put it in (so we could save it), I thought “what am I going to do with that?” I don’t have a traditional baby book for her (I make Snapfish/Shutterfly books), so there’s no real place to put it. It just wasn’t a big deal for me, likely because there was so little difference between before and after. Meg’s hair still hasn’t grown past the nape of her neck and, although it IS getting a lot thicker than it used to be, she still doesn’t have very much hair for an almost two-year-old. We had it cut because one little section of bangs was starting to get in her eyes a lot. My aunt trimmed her bangs and cleaned up the area around her ears, but that was it. It was a pretty uneventful haircut.
This is obviously not my FIRST haircut, but its the only haircut picture I could find. Coincidentally, it was also taken on Easter! (Easter 1991, to be specific)