Originally written on Sportress of Blogitude  |  Last updated 3/20/13
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Skills, talents and life lessons routinely are passed down from father to son, but who knew the finer points of how to maintain bushy and uncontrollable eyebrows were one of them? Minnesota Twins manager Ron Gardenhire recently was photographed by his Lindsay Gardenhire, his daughter-in-law and wife to son, Toby, demonstrating to his son how to go about shaving one’s eyebrows so they do not appear to be bloated and hairy leeches or resemble the disaster sitting on the forehead of NBA rookie Anthony Davis. The younger Gardenhire, who not only is picking up manscaping techniques from his old man, is likely soaking up managerial skills from his old man after being named the head coach of the University of Wisconsin-Stout baseball team. But obviously, eyebrow-shaving is a far more important skill to possess. Father teaching son how to trim eyebrows #SpecialMoment #10poundslighter twitter.com/Lindsay22Rae/s… — Lindsay Gardenhire (@Lindsay22Rae) March 19, 2013   Ha. Ten pounds lighter. Fantastic. But I say why didn’t Gardie and Toby make an afternoon of it, head out to a fancy salon and have themselves a pampering spa day? You know, make it an all-over kind of hair, nail and skin maintenance marathon. Oh, because they are baseball men and likely wouldn’t be caught dead in a spa? Gotcha. Their loss, I say. [H/T RandBall] TweetThe post Twins manager Ron Gardenhire teaches son finer points of eyebrow-shaving (pic) appeared first on Sportress of Blogitude.

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