Secure, little kids do plenty of things that annoy you — they unnerve tantrums, they refuse veggies, and they resist your every try at potty training. But some of their mistakes are especially hard for fountain-heads to handle — rticularly the ones that feel so permanent . . . so irre rable. Be, when you turn around for one second, and their permanent marker coloring chuck ends up on the wall. Or when they knock over the expensive vase you got as a marriage present. Or when they sneak away to the bathroom to cut off all their hairs breadth. The latter is what one little girl did recently. Like a budding YouTube strength blogger, she even gave herself a makeshift salon cape and videotaped every suspenseful deride of the scissor, even at one point adding upbeat, albeit confusing, commentary: “If you get the manes on there straight because that’s how she looks like.” If, while watch over the 60-second video, you can’t help but plead through the screen for her to stop, decent imagine how her mom feels. You can actually hear her in the next room, carrying on a timely conversation, not yet realizing what she’s about to witness. Sure, that childish lipstick wipes off and hair does grow back, but this spoonful lady will be rocking those pixie bangs for a while.