Well a few months ago I came up with a great plan to save even more money: I would cut Nate's hair. Of course, whenever I brought this up, Nate would quickly change the subject. After a lot of prodding I finally convinced him to buy some clippers.
So last night, as our Family Home Evening activity, I gave him his 2nd haircut free of charge. (Although I did try to convince him that I should be allowed to spend half of what we save each time, as a tip for my good work, but he didn't buy it.)
Brittney Singer: Hairstylist
So normally when he gets his hair cut, he comes home, showers off and styles his hair, but when I cut it he stands in front of the mirror for 10 minutes examining it and pointing out areas that could be better. It cracks me up. I know that I am not a beautician, but my haircuts look so much better than when he has them done professionally.
Finally after the lengthy examination he'll admit that I did a pretty good job... something that I already knew.
Nate's new haircut. Looks good, huh?