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Buzz cut

The kids and I are flying to Utah tomorrow for some fun, so Christopher got a summer buzz cut tonight. It's not quite what I had in mind, but he likes it. We'll blog when we can. See y'all later!

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Lisa said…
Nothing like a Buzz cut to combat the summer heat! Wish I could do the same to my hair sometimes! ;-)

Have fun on your trip. We'll all miss you. And thanks again for the party last night! I had a total blast!!
I had so much fun last night! Your pool is a hit! :-) Thanks again for all you do to Host with the Most.
Jess said…
have fun on your trip! :)
have fun on your trip!! can't wait to see the pics.

what i wouldn't give to have a summer buzz.
Maryanne said…
I LIKE the buzz. It's perfect for summer!! Sometimes I wish I could do that to my head ;)
Megs said…
I love the cut and sometimes wish I could just cut all mine off as well. How great would that be! Have a great trip and I can't wait to see all the fun things you guys do.
Kirks said…
Wow he has grown up so much since we were there last. Time flies!!
Julie V. said…
He looks handsome, what a photogenic kid, even with a buzz!
Julie said…
I love it AND all the stars are doing it in Hollywood so it's the very "in" thing.

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