The more I looked at it, the more I realized that the front was a little shorter than the back instead of the other way around. And I started to think that I wanted to fix it.
He wanted to leave it for a day, but I talked him out of it, using the logic "you wouldn't want to have to clean up hair twice."
Interesting observation: No one at work noticed, or at least they didn't say anything. EVERYONE at Enrichment noticed last night when he came to get the kids. I guess LDS women are either A) more observant than male engineers or B) appreciate a clean cut hairdo more (probably both).
Harrison also got a haircut and I got mine done 2 weeks ago, so we are a family full of new do's.