Lynnwood, Georgia (CNN) — Lynn Wood got her haircut at a store in Lynwood, a suburb north of Atlanta, and it went well.
Lynn Wood was sitting in the passenger seat of her mother’s car when the attendant walked over and pulled out a scissors and a pair of scissors that she’d ordered from the store.
Lynns mother, a mother herself, was looking forward to her daughter getting her hair cut, but the store owner stopped her at the curb to give her a little warning.
She said she’d be right back.
Lynne Wood’s daughter, Lynne Wood, was not happy about the haircut.
She was wearing a T-shirt with the word “baby” on it, and a picture of her baby son on the front.
She told the reporter, “I’m not happy with it.”
She said she wanted to get a new haircut because she was a baby and had grown up with a different haircut.
Wood’s mother said Lynne would have loved to have gotten the new haircut.
Lynndon Wood told CNN that Lynne’s haircut was great and she would definitely have liked it.
She is also the mother of Lynne, a toddler who was born in December.
The store manager, who did not want to be identified, told CNN, “My daughter got a haircut and she loved it.”
Lynn Woods said she would like to see more retailers offering her daughter a haircut.
“I would like it if they offered me one.
I would like them to make it easier,” she said.