Mum Horrified After Son Finds Razor And Shaves His Brother And Sister's Hair

This is the hilarious moment when a mum of three found out that her young son had given himself a haircut using the household's electric razor.

And if things couldn't get any worse - the little LAD had also chopped his sister's hair... and his younger brother's too.

Luckily (for us) Stephanie Leigh caught the aftermath of the fiasco on video and posted it on to Instagram. As expected it's now become a viral sensation.

The mum-of-three was in tears when she realised just what her son Teddy had done to himself and his siblings, before pulling herself together to reassure the kids 'it's only hair'.

The video begins with Stephanie saying: "This is real time, I'm crying because... look. Teddy found the buzz cutter..."

Eloise looked like she'd dodged the mop chop. Credit: Instagram/stephie_leigh_
Eloise looked like she'd dodged the mop chop. Credit: Instagram/stephie_leigh_

Stephanie's daughter, Eloise, stands beside Teddy assessing the damage with her mum, but she looks relatively unscathed.

That is, until she turns around to show the entire back of her head has been shaved - leaving two tiny pigtails at either side of her head.

Stephanie lets out a sob as she says: "Oh my God, oh my God," before asking: "Do you like your new haircut?" With admirable honesty, Eloise responds: "No."

Stephanie was in tears as she looked at what had happened. Credit: Instagram/stephie_leigh_
Stephanie was in tears as she looked at what had happened. Credit: Instagram/stephie_leigh_

As Stephanie asks the little girl why she allowed her brother to shave her head, Teddy interjects, saying: "She said she wanted me to do that a lot. So I did it and..."

Finally the mum says: "It's just hair, it's hair and it's gonna grow back and Mummy's ok." Well, if one thing's for sure - she is NOT ok.

She then goes on to ask whether her youngest son, Freddie, had also been victim to Teddy's hairdressing practice to which the youngster replies: "A little bit," as he holds his arms in the air.

Teddy held his hands up in surrender. Credit: Instagram/stephie_leigh_
Teddy held his hands up in surrender. Credit: Instagram/stephie_leigh_

Instead of shouting at the children, Stephanie commends their honesty - well, if you want anything it's truthful kids, right?

She explains to Teddy: "Honesty, that's good. It's just hair, it grows back. Ok?" We can't help but feel she's saying this to reassure herself, rather than the kids.

This is the look of a mother who is \*not\* ok. Credit: Instagram/stephie_leigh_
This is the look of a mother who is *not* ok. Credit: Instagram/stephie_leigh_

Little Eloise then says: "Mummy, I look like a boy."

Stephanie comforts her daughter, convincing her: "No you don't look like a boy. You're a beautiful girl. You're beautiful, it doesn't matter. It's cute, we'll make it work ok? We'll make it work."

Then Eloise asks: "Mummy, can you put your hair on my head?"

Surely all of our hearts have melted by this point in the clip.

In the days following, it seems Stephanie has taken matters into her own hands and finished off the job for Teddy, shaving the rest of his and Freddie's hair.

The rest of Teddy and Freddie's hair has now been shaven off. Credit: Instagram/stephie_leigh_
The rest of Teddy and Freddie's hair has now been shaven off. Credit: Instagram/stephie_leigh_

But, what about Eloise? We can only wonder what her hair is looking like these days...

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/stephie_leigh_

Rebecca Shepherd

Rebecca Shepherd is a Journalist at LADbible. She graduated from the University of Central Lancashire with a First Class BA in Journalism. Becky previously worked as Chief Reporter at Cavendish Press, supplying news and feature stories to national newspapers and women's magazines.

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