So, Lula's hair. Right.
While I was at work last Friday, Bump attended a playdate with other families from Lumpyhead's preschool.
Bump reported that no parent at the playdate would weigh in on the issue of Lula's hair. (He's certain no one wanted to be named as the culprit when he came home and reported that "_______ agrees we need to cut Lula's hair."
He did, however, report the following conversation:
Bump: She really needs a haircut.
Other Mother: So is cutting her hair an ongoing debate in your house?
Bump: Oh, there's no debate. Both positions are firmly held, and no one is changing their minds. If only she would keep clips or ponytails in her hair, it wouldn't be an issue.
Other Mother: Oh, I know. Mia [her six-year-old] wouldn't keep things in her hair, either.
Mia has bangs.
So, shall I interpret her position as "You should give in and cut her hair, just like I did with my daughter" or as "Don’t do it! Don’t give in like I did or Lula will have bangs her entire life, just like Mia!"
Version 2, right? RIGHT? (read that last part in a very, very threatening manner)