Three-year-old Emily James doesn't usually like to get her hair cut, but when she learned about kids who lost their hair from cancer, it didn't take much to convince her to get one. All she requested was that her Rapunzel doll similarly get trimmed.
A video posted online by Emily's parents, Richard and Amy, who own a production company named FlyPress Films near Toronto, documents the little girl's idea to donate her hair for those who need it, and undoubtedly defines what it means to be generous.
"Sometimes, kids get sick and then their hair falls out, that's really, really sad," Emily says in the video. "I don't want any kids to be sad that they have no hair. What I want to do is give them my hair because I have more hair, just cut some of it off and give it to someone."
According to Amy, Emily was born with a full head of hair, and when the time came around for a shearing, her mom told her there was something special she could do with it if she cut it short. Amy showed EmilyRead More »from This Little Girl Will Inspire You to Get a Haircut