Mother Gets Shamed After Toddler Gives Herself A Haircut

July 7, 2017
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Toddlers are known to get up to mischief and one of the most common childhood shenanigans is the DIY haircut.

Kerry Katona, the English singer, TV personality, and mom of 5, recently posted an adorable photo of her toddler to Instagram which shows her daughter’s new haircut which she gave herself.

The post had the following caption: “My dj who thought it would be a good idea to cut her own hair!!!! But she still looks beautiful.”

Many parents were able to relate and commented with their own experiences – but the Mom also received a lot of criticism over her young daughter having access to scissors.

Oh dear! Just as well she didn’t cut her skin otherwise it could’ve been a hospital trip…” read one comment.

There were also those commenters wanting to dish out parental advice, saying things like, “Always keep scissors away from kids!”

I’m sure we all know that toddlers shouldn’t be playing with scissors but that doesn’t mean that it is never going to happen.

The negative comments on Katona’s post led her to create a follow-up post using the same picture, but with a new disclaimer: “Nobody was hurt during dj hairdressing disaster!!!” She later added that her daughter “isn’t the first toddler in the world to of done this and nor will be the last!”

Kids have a way of doing whatever they set their minds to, and they will go to great lengths to see that they get their way.

In her follow-up post, Katona also confronted those commenters who brought up “what ifs.” As in, “What if something bad had happened?”

“Don’t you all think I know this!” she exclaimed, referring to the danger of scissors.

Thankfully her daughter was fine, and was doing something that most kids will do at some point during their childhood, right?

In a more recent post, Katona showed off her own new hairdo!

Ok so I decided to cut my own hair so dj and I would be matching,” she said in the caption.

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