According to parenting experts, baby’s first haircut, if they were born with flowing locks, as early as 8-months-old. Otherwise, parents should wait until the little tyke is at least two-years-old.
#WowWednesday: Her. Can you cut my son's hair ? Barber( @ricolondon): You're not supposed to cut your child's hair until your child can talk. Her. But it's my religion ! Barber: if it's your religion I got to respect that . No problem ! BCK Says: Should the mom have cut the hair because of religious practices?#bck#parenting #haircut #kidshaircut #babysfirsthaircut [email protected]
However, this mom asked if @ricolondon would cut her son’s hair because of her religion. There has long been a long history of the “theology of hair” hailing from the ancient Israelites and Sampson to modern-day-Sikh’s. Even in Muslim tradition, a newborn’s hair is supposed to be shaved seven days after its birth when the child is given their name as a ritual sacrifice.
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