After hearing from her doctor how emotional the sudden hair loss can be for kids, Orton decided to have her four-year-old daughter, Norah, help her cut her hair once she started losing it so that it would be less of a shock once she lost it all. "Norah is so into hair stuff.
Orton shared the experience on Instagram in an IGTV video with a heartwarming caption about how it went down. "After I started losing my hair from chemo, I told Shug she could cut my hair however she wanted.
Even her seven-year-old son Cole, who was having a hard time grappling with the idea of having a bald mom, couldn't help but laugh when he saw his sister's work. "You can make funny things out of sad situations," she told the publication. "Norah was so pleased with herself.
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