Badger Gets Another Haircut!

Here's our powerhouse trio, Scout, Lula, and Evie. They have big plans to save the world from... well, you name it. These girls have it covered! From climate change, poverty, to bad haircuts...


These girls are meeting up at the Picket Fence with some of the boys before they head up to tackle the Eiffel Tower model building.


They are impatient, which is sort of their middle name. Where are those boys?


The first to arrive is Badger, formerly known as Brian, until Scout got a hold of him last year. Badger thinks Scout is "the best thing since sliced bread" (Badger is a Vintage).


Since the other boys aren't here yet, Scout decides this is the time to fix that haircut we gave him soon after he arrived. (We were part way through it when Scout said it was time to get the food to the Food Bank. "But Scout...!")

Let's see what happens this time. 

That's it? That's the haircut?

What do I mean, "Is that it?". Ummm, nothing, Scout.

Badger looks...nice. 

Oh, you are cleaning up? Great!

"Of course!" you say? Okay then...

Oh good! A distraction...the other boys are here, Owen and Chris!

Time to head out before the girls decide more haircuts are in order.

How are you feeling, Badger? Good? Good!

(Just keep the mirrors away from him. Although anything Scout does is fine with Badge!)



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Comments: 2
  • #1

    April (Tuesday, 30 May 2017 11:01)

    Well Badger certainly took that like a real trouper. And...he smiled all the way through the haircut!!!! I'm sure the other boys would have run for the hills if they got a glimpse of those scissors!

  • #2

    Jano (Wednesday, 31 May 2017 10:35)

    Yes he did! And you are right, that smile doesn't let us down!
    Well, those scissors in the hands of another Dolltowner might be more reassuring. But Scout usually has something to get on to... She might think it is an improvement over the one I tried to do, but I am not so sure.
    And you can imagine that I was wishing this one would be better. Now what? lol (I found myself thinking "It'll grow back!")