It was also the day Jonas got his first haircut. His very first real cut. It was a big step here for all of us, really, mainly Miah and I. Jonas wasn't too fazed about it. He sat in his little car chair and watched Spongebob as the hairstylist cut away years of growth that made him look a little different than all the rest.
If he was ever in a crowd of kids, I always spotted him easily because of his hair. His long curls that any woman with straight or wavy hair would love to have. But I thought it was time. It was too long, too hot, too in-the-way for my little man.
He was ready and we did it. Now, I can see his little face more, he looks a little taller, a little older. Strange. But he still looks handsome, as always.
Well, after the mountain, we just had to stop at Pete's Fish & Chips to get some greasy square fish with delicious red sauce, you have to have the red sauce. It's tradition. I remember when I was younger and we used to stop there with my aunt and uncle. They started this tradition, I don't think my aunt is aware of it. I should let her know.