Post # 31
I will say this as respectfully as I can…. you asked for a response, made a post, and people gave you an answer. Personally, I think it’s not your place to have five year old change their hair for a wedding unless it is blue and 3 feet tall. I understand you may think it will be distracting, but at the end of the day everything else will be the way you want. I am all for choosing every detail and telling your maids how to dress ect….but this is a 5 year Olds hair, girl. I promise it won’t matter. Many bees on here won’t want to trash a mom for not changing her kids hair for a wedding.
Post # 32
My 6 year old nephew is my ring bearer and I can’t stand his hair cut. He’s got this thing going on where he’s trying to do a swoopy skater do but he doesn’t have the right hair to be able to have that haircut. Would I like him to cut it before my wedding in 2 weeks? Of course but I have so many other things to worry about at this point besides his stupid haircut. And honestly if he likes it why should I make him change it for one day?
Post # 33
Asking a five year old to cut his hair is like asking my bridesmaid to take out her tongue ring.
No one is going to notice or care, I’m the only one who even points it out.
Post # 34
Maybe u would expect a bit cleaner cut if it were your son which I agree would look best.. but its your sisters choice letting a 5 yr old decide dont sound like what I would choose but … u cant fix everythin.
Post # 35
My 18 year old Brother-In-Law had a Justin Bieber look at our wedding in October. We pestered him constantly to get it done. Do you know when he cut it? January. After the wedding. Yes it was annoying but I’d rather have the photos of him and DH – stupid mop hair or not.
Post # 36
Another response to say that yes, it’s just a haircut, and no, it doesn’t merit a fight or even another thought. Let it go.