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"... and you're travelling with your daughter, Ma'am?" asked the immigration official at Ninoy Aquino International Airport. He examined CJ's passport then looked at CJ and his shoulder-length hair. The official furrowed his brow. I stifled a laugh. At Bangkok Airport, the confusion scene was similar.

CJ's 'normal' hairstyle is short like most boys.

Sometimes a hair saloon would take the liberty of cutting him their version of stylish -

Once he wasn't aware of the camera in my hand. He turned and I clicked right into his long bangs -

Round and round Hong Kong, I had no idea his hair was this long already until this photo was uploaded. Only a few hours after we arrived home, CJ's grandma had his long hair trimmed very short.


Now he looks like a coconut husk floor scrub.


We're doing hairstyles this week @ The Mommy Journey.

Comments

Anonymous said…
Umm. You said a mouth full. Poor CJ. Grandma needs to have it fixed. It's better short if you ask me but I'm partial to short hair. A girl! Pffft. The dude needs help. LOL
Hazel said…
LOL! But I think you're right Thom. Short is best for him. The dude indeed must have needed help waking up. We arrived in Manila at 4 AM something :D
imriz said…
haha, but, in any type of hairdo, it suits him well, he's a cute little jetsetter huh
Mom-Friday said…
I always like the "bunot" hairstyle for kids. I had one when I was little! LOL!
Hazel said…
imriz, I'm glad you think any type suits him just fine :)
Hazel said…
Mom-Friday, BUNOT! that's it! It was right at the tip of my tongue but all I could utter was
"LAMPASO" lmao! Thanks for saving me from further vocabulary torment
:)))
chubskulit said…
HAhaha tawagin bang bunot ang anak lol.. Gwapo pa rin sis kahit anong hair style.

Hair Styles
Hazel said…
Ay talagang bunot sis, lalu na't sinusumpong hahaha!
Clarissa said…
hahahaa!!kahit ilampaso pa sa sahig ang buhok nya,kilig pa rin ako sa pogi looks ni CJ^_^
Hazel said…
Pogi looks lang yan sis pag natutulog lol!
Tetcha said…
I can't take my eyes off CJ's first picture. He looks so adorable in that hairstyle and in that get-up.
Bagay naman sa kanya sis lahat ng hairstyle nya eh. :)
simply kim said…
hmmmm... various haircuts. but he looks good in any of it, lol!
Hazel said…
Tetcha, oh those were the days before something came up *sigh*
Hazel said…
Willa and Kim, you both really are moms :D
Ebie said…
Waaah, bunot, was CJ upset? Cute parin!
Hazel said…
Wa ra, 'te. Wala xa paki-alam ug hairdo. Camera sa jud iyang kalaban hehehe
Chris said…
hm.. i can't choose which one.. i think every hairstyle suits him!
Hazel said…
Chris, I can choose only one :D the long style. I gotta go find a daughter lol!

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