love it! too cute. :-)
I love hawks on kids, but you're right, it does seem to grant them 'tude.
I love it, saw a whole family of hawks the other day - dad and sons. Thank gawd the kids weren't tat'd up yet,though!
Ha! I love his expression in this picture, too. Is that the way he looks at you when he's mentally mouthing off? ;)
What a great deal. I hope he makes it all summer! :o)
LOL... but no :-)
Pffttt! This summer heat'll wilt that hawk in a week!Have it bronzed, sister. That'll do it.
man what a clever way to get him to behave. He gets what he wants and you do too!! I wonder how I would look with a hawk
Yes, the faux hawk. I sported one for the Disney marathon once. It lasted until mile 2 until tipping over in a defeated heap of hair and humidity.
that is GREAT!! I let my 15 year old sport one every now and then. What the heck... it does not hurt anything and it is FUN!!
Two things:A) I wish I had hair againB) Who says we aren't kids?(oh, that's right, kids have hair)
reminds me of the Birdman on the Denver Nuggets...make sure he doesn't get all tatted up...
He is just too cool for school...well it is the holidays right!
tatted up?!? I don't think so....he has to be 37 before that happens.....
ha ha..great pic..my son would love that...
Love the hair!Seems like a good deal.. a way to keep him in line for a bit. Of course, I'd be mentally weighing each "choice" to see if it was worth it.. hehe
The Hawk is cute.I have a similar deal with my 12 year old daughter who wished to sport blue hair this summer. I said "Summer is okay for blue, but when school starts back to a color that hair generally is naturally. AND if she is a surly, mouth pre-teen. No more blue!" So far so good...
Love the hawk. We had the fo-hawk going around school in may ... it was the "in" thing to do.
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