All Blog Posts Tagged 'barber' (3)

Barber Foods Original Frozen Stuffed Chicken Breasts Review

OMG, this was so delicious!!!!!

First, let me start by mentioning I was provided this product FREE for the purpose of trying and sharing my honest opinion. My first opinion is that I would have NEVER tried…

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Added by Ronda on October 9, 2015 at 1:05pm — No Comments

Step Away from the Clippers, Dear....

You'd think past experience would've taught me not to trust my husband to cut my son's hair.  However, I must've had a momentary lapse in judgment over the weekend, for I allowed him to get the old clippers out once again.  Call me kooky, but I guess I figured it couldn't be THAT hard to screw up a buzz cut, could it?  (Ok, stop giggling,…

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Added by Jennifer Marshall on March 13, 2012 at 2:59pm — No Comments

My Baby’s First Haircut — Why I’m Still Crying

I finally gave in — it was time for Landon’s first haircut. After not being able to make up my mind about cutting off his beautiful little curls for the longest time, I had thought of making that trip to the hair salon in recent weeks. And when I received a half-off coupon in the mail from Snip-its, the kid’s place I wanted to take him to anyway because I wanted him to have a special, positive experience the first time, my frugal self took that as a sign.… Continue

Added by Dagmar Bleasdale on July 12, 2009 at 11:29pm — No Comments

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