Modern technologies help us to prolong the happy moments as much as possible. To keep valuable memories alive I’m ready to pay the price of inconvenience – carry around a camera with me. I’ll be doing it not for likes, but for my children with whom we can’t be forever. Perhaps one day I’ll follow this family’s example https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=phnSqqLEDK4 and start my own vlog channel. In fact, it’s quite a widespread hobby today. The video’s about the girl’s first haircut. That’s how Amantine says goodbye to her childhood. Lucia, the hairdresser, cuts her curly locks and puts a few of them into a beautiful box. I know that’s a kind of tradition but I’ve never understood why to turn your house into an archaeological museum. I’m ok with a birthing bracelet but I kept none of my two babies’ first teeth because there’s nothing special about them. Just imagine the situation when a father tells his son or daughter: ’Look, it’s your mum’s lateral incisor! And here’s her first nail!’. I’d feel myself a dinosaur! However, for some families it’s an heirloom. For Amantine’s mum as well. This seemingly ordinary visit to a hair salon becomes so cute and touching! For the small girl it was a wholly new experience that she won’t forget at least till the end of the week. We women are so impressionable! Unlike the men, who take a haircut as a routine matter. For them it’s the same as toothbrushing. Yep, we’re different. However, opposites attract, right?