Child custody is a big issue for both parties, and a haircut is a major hurdle.
“You need to cut a lot of hair,” one parent told us.
“If it’s a big fight over custody, you don’t want a haircut.
You need to get the kids back to you.
You don’t know if the kids are going to come home and you can get them to stay with you.”
The other parent told The Hill that they are not sure if a haircut would be an issue for them.
“They just need to have a haircut,” the parent said.
“It’s just one of those things.
If I’m doing a haircut and the kids don’t come home, then I don’t care.”
“I’m not really worried about it,” the mom added.
“I know how to get them back to me.”
The mom said that she doesn’t care if the kid is in the back of the car or the front of the house.
“That’s not my business.
If you’re going to be a little bit behind, you need to give your kids some time.”
Another parent said that a haircut might be a problem, but they are just going to have to get it done.
“We’ve been doing it for a long time,” the dad said.
They also said that the haircut will only be a headache for the other parent if they get into an argument.
“But if you’re like me and it’s going to get out of hand, you can just cut the hair off yourself,” the parents said.
And they said that if the other side is upset, they will simply cut their hair off themselves and just let it grow back.
“All I want is for my kids to be with me,” the mother said.